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6/18/13

Congress Debates Limiting US Farmers' Role in Food Aid

When starvation looms, speed is critical. But while the U.S. provides more emergency food aid than any other country, speed is not what it does best.

6/16/13

Fix U.S. Food Aid System

As a small tropical fruit farmer in Miami, I can recall when our local markets were distorted, directly affecting our economic lives and agricultural options. Read The...

6/12/13

Reforming U.S. Food Aid Would Eliminate 7,000-Mile Food Chain

Lawmakers attempted Wednesday to push along an ongoing effort to modernise U.S. international food aid policy amid mounting bipartisan support for the use of more locally...

6/6/13

Flexibility in US Food Aid to Syria Should be the Rule – Not the Exception

In Syria, the US has been able to deliver food aid using a flexible approach to needs on the ground. Yet such flexibility is the exception in US aid. President Obama's ...

6/6/13

U.S. Senate Largely Rebuffs Obama Plan for Food-Aid Reform

The U.S. Senate voted on Monday to make only a minor change in the main U.S. global food aid program, rebuffing President Barack Obama's call for the biggest reform of the...

5/28/13

Food Aid Reform: Making Every Dollar Count

Today, almost 1 billion people are hungry. By 2050, world population will top 9 billion, only increasing the demand for food, fuel, and natural resources and straining our...

5/27/13

Editorial: Politics Blocking Help to the Hungry

The generous international food aid program run by the United States is past due for reforms, but farm state lawmakers of both parties are standing in the way. 

5/24/13

Live Blog - Chicago Council: “Failure to act now puts future generations in jeopardy,” says Dr. Helene Gayle

Dr. Helene Gayle, President and CEO of CARE International, has served in global health and development for much of her life. Yet, she began her keynote address by noting that...

5/24/13

Lawmakers Nix Obama's Food Aid Overhaul, but Discuss Compromise

A White House-proposed overhaul of the United States’ $1.4 billion food aid program is not going to happen, at least not in as ambitious a form as the administration...

5/21/13

Ship Storm

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