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Democracy in Development: U.S. Food Aid Reform

Women carry bags of rice from USAID in Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince February 18, 2010 (Carlos Barria/Courtesy Reuters).

April 19, 2013

Women carry bags of rice from USAID in Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince February 18, 2010 (Carlos Barria/Courtesy Reuters).
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Yesterday on my blog, I discussed the Obama administration’s proposed reforms to U.S. food aid. As I note:

A 2010 interview with former USAID administrator Andrew Natsios serves as a sobering reminder of what’s at stake. “I’ve seen children starve to death when there was a surplus of food in their local markets, but there was no one to buy the food because we didn’t have the money to do that, so people died.”

You can read the full post here.

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