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Unformatted text preview: of emergency supplements. Main Idea II: Insufficient aid provisions. • Shortage of clinics. • Unavailability of nearby clinics for village people. • Temporary food aid does not solve the hunger problem. Fortified milk and plumpy’nut. “But the problem is when they go home, and there is no food” • Of $50 million needed for life-saving food and medical care, UNICEF says donor countries have chipped in only $6 million. Main Idea III: Severe drought leads to bad harvest and to a severe food crisis. • Obsolete farming technology. • Raining season does not help with Ethiopian harvest. • The U.N. estimates that 14 million people are starving in East Africa. • Ethiopia has become dependent of western aid handouts....
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- Spring '10
- Famine, Malnutrition, Ethiopian Government, insufficient aid provisions