Abstract Objectives The study evaluated the managing Education for Food And Health Security in Ehime and Isiala Mbano Local Government Areas of Imo State Nigeria. Methods Data for the study was obtained from a sample of 240 respondents, 120 from each of the Local Government Areas. Frequency counts and percentages was used in analyzing the research questions raised. The Chi- square was also used to analyze the null hypothesis generated at 0.05 level of significance. Results The study reveals that there is no significant difference between the production of food and the level of the farmers education in the local Government Areas. The implication of the finding is that, the quality of food is proportional to the level of education of the producer and there Is also no significant difference between food and health security and the management of education in the two local Government Areas. Despite the climatic condition of the areas that favours health and food production, food and health insecurity remains a major obstacle faced by most dwellers in these areas. Further more, the study reveals obstacles towards food and health security in the areas to include; poor management of education, low level of people's education on food production and common health on food production and common health safety measures, low Government commitment to issues concerning health and food security etc. Conclusions To ensure a secured food and health society, the researcher observed that there Is need to strategize the Management of education to incorporate awareness on the modern methods of food production, nutrition education, education management, general health preventive measures, motivating farmers to form cooperative societies. Funding Sources Tertiary Education Trust Fund, Nigeria.

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