within the population, and finally the level of daily dietary that they assume. This method has estimated the most recent the world in 2010-2012 contained that were unnourished. Which came up to be about 868 million people, about 12 percent of the total world population in that time. International food aid is the aid of food in international shipments through “concessional” channels, as gifts instead of commercial channels such as sales. The good can or is given by a donor government to a recipient government, that is by a donor government from a non- governmental organization that is working inside the recipient country, or by a multilateral organization, for example, the World Food Programme from the United Nations. Countries that receive food aid varies from time to time or year to year. In the 50s, Europe and Eastern Asia, due to the World War ll, like the Marshall Plan. America’s food aid policies are pretty difficult to change because most foods that are purchased in the United States today are shipped by US vessels. Taxpayers pay less to purchase the food closer to the site of the emergency and every other donor country, for example, European countries, Japan, and also in Canada. Changing the rules isn’t a simple task, President Bush tried to change in 2006 and 2007 to make a small percentage of the food aid budget for procurements abroad, but Congress intervened his attempt.
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