Published December 1989
by Interhemispheric Resource Center .
Written in English
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Gives a review of US legislation on food aid and farm policy and summarizes the debate over food self-sufficiency versus 'comparative advantage' in agricultural trade policy for underdeveloped This title provides insights into the counter-insurgency strategy for the Reagan and Bush administrations in Central America. The authors reveal that, instead of being allocated on the basis of need, U. S. food aid is being used to support military programs; and that it is distorting Central American economies by reducing production of and prices for local crops, by benefitting agribusiness at the expense of small farmers, and by encouraging new consumption habits that neither family incomes nor national treasuries can sustain. Feeding the Crisis: U.S. Food Aid and Farm Policy in Central America. Rachel Garst and Tom Barry. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Author: Jan-Åke Al Varsson. Feeding the crisis: U.S. food aid and farm policy in Central America. By R. Garst and T. Barry. Topics: FOOD AID, FOOD SECURITY, AGRICULTURAL POLICIES, AIDE ALIMENTAIRE.
Promoting Food Security and Trade in Central America (k) Promoting Food Security and Trade in Central America Chronic undernutrition is the most critical nutritional challenge facing Central America, and reflects development problems that . The Food and Farm Facts book features facts about food in America, how it is grown and who produces it, using color photographs and infographic style illustrations. See what's inside! Below are some ways you can use Food and Farm Facts to help others learn about American agriculture! commodities. Since , U.S. food aid has averaged nearly $ billion per year—accounting for over 7% of total U.S. foreign aid. Health, economic, and security-related assistance account for most of the outlays.1 Current U.S. food aid programs had their origins in with Public Law , or “P.L. ,” as it was commonly known. Strengthen Food for Peace’s commitment to tackle food insecurity from a holistic approach to ensure people have the tools to feed themselves in the future. Support household, community and institutional capacities that contribute to resilience and reduce the need for U.S. food .
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