Is not the feeding of these people the way to deal with surpluses, instead of the immorality of setting aside millions of acres of productive land? Many developed countries promised to give .07 per cent of their gross national product to help these countries. This money should be spent on sending the help in kind - this should be mostly food - as there is no guarantee that their governments will spend it this way.
I know there are many difficulties, but I have spoken to some of the people from charities who are actively engaged in helping these people. They admit these difficulties, but make the point: if there was the will and proper co-ordination, they could be overcome.
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