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Development Works

Number 5, December 2012

Published on in “General, Religion & Spirituality”, language — English. 6 pages.
Every year, U.S. humanitarian assistance, such as food aid, eases the hunger of millions of people who have fled natural disaster or conflict. These are clearly emergencies. But worldwide, most hungry people are hungry or malnourished as a fact of their everyday lives. Chronic hunger and malnutrition sap the strength of adults trying to earn a living and the potential of children trying to learn. More
The Development Works series is comprised of seven short essays that make the case for effective international development assistance. These papers tell stories about people who are improving their lives with the help of U.S. development assistance, and clear up common misconceptions about development. More

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