Posts Tagged ‘foreign policy’
While it’s more than a case of, “it’s the thought that counts” with foreign aid, an impractical storage solution could render even the most noble intentions fruitless. The consideration of fortified foreign food aid commodities should extend beyond consumption, preparation and transportation because after all is said and done you can’t leave the surplus supplies basking in the sun. A field study occurred recently in Uganda, Malawi and Guatemala which dealt with American and British foreign aid and development provided in part by USAID. Foreign aid statistics and observational data collected confirmed preparation and storage are the two most effective ways to get the maximum amount of nutrition out of the fortified food stuffs.