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  • WebMemo posted September 6, 2011 by Brett D. Schaefer, Morgan Lorraine Roach Theft of Food Aid in Somalia Should Lead to Congressional Oversight

    This summer, the Horn of Africa confronted its worst drought in decades. Estimates indicate that more than 12 million people across the region are vulnerable to starvation. Somalia, lacking a credible government and beset by internal instability and conflict, has been particularly hard hit, and the United Nations has formally declared that a famine exists in six regions…

  • WebMemo posted April 18, 2011 by Bruce Klingner Food Aid to North Korea: Time Is Not Right

    North Korea has again appealed for food aid to alleviate the suffering of its people. Teams from the World Food Program and nongovernment organizations (NGOs) have chronicled the country’s abysmal nutritional deficits, particularly for children and the elderly. Pyongyang told visiting inspection teams that it is now willing to accept strict monitoring requirements to…

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  • WebMemo posted September 6, 2011 by Brett D. Schaefer, Morgan Lorraine Roach Theft of Food Aid in Somalia Should Lead to Congressional Oversight

    This summer, the Horn of Africa confronted its worst drought in decades. Estimates indicate that more than 12 million people across the region are vulnerable to starvation. Somalia, lacking a credible government and beset by internal instability and conflict, has been particularly hard hit, and the United Nations has formally declared that a famine exists in six regions…

  • WebMemo posted April 18, 2011 by Bruce Klingner Food Aid to North Korea: Time Is Not Right

    North Korea has again appealed for food aid to alleviate the suffering of its people. Teams from the World Food Program and nongovernment organizations (NGOs) have chronicled the country’s abysmal nutritional deficits, particularly for children and the elderly. Pyongyang told visiting inspection teams that it is now willing to accept strict monitoring requirements to…

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  • WebMemo posted September 6, 2011 by Brett D. Schaefer, Morgan Lorraine Roach Theft of Food Aid in Somalia Should Lead to Congressional Oversight

    This summer, the Horn of Africa confronted its worst drought in decades. Estimates indicate that more than 12 million people across the region are vulnerable to starvation. Somalia, lacking a credible government and beset by internal instability and conflict, has been particularly hard hit, and the United Nations has formally declared that a famine exists in six regions…

  • WebMemo posted April 18, 2011 by Bruce Klingner Food Aid to North Korea: Time Is Not Right

    North Korea has again appealed for food aid to alleviate the suffering of its people. Teams from the World Food Program and nongovernment organizations (NGOs) have chronicled the country’s abysmal nutritional deficits, particularly for children and the elderly. Pyongyang told visiting inspection teams that it is now willing to accept strict monitoring requirements to…

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