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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 plumpynut. 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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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course HIST 73407 taught by Professor Georgegastil during the Spring '10 term at Palomar.
- Spring '10