Feeding the World: America's New Deal

Feeding the World: America's New Deal

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Posted
8/4/13
By
BBC Radio 4

Since the end of the war, America's "Food for Peace" programme has shipped American-grown food in sacks across the world to feed the world's starving people. Virtually all experts agree it's an inefficient way to send aid, and the EU stopped doing it decades ago.

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Feeding the World: America's New Deal

 

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Asia and Pacific
East and Central Africa
Latin America & Caribbean
Middle East & Europe
Southern Africa
West Africa
Food Aid Reform