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Give a poor man some money and he will eat for a day or two.
Teach him how to make money and he will eat for the rest of his lifetime.
This is what that came to my mind while I was reading your article.
Aid doesn't work, because we don't know whether the Aid gets there (And even if it gets there, how is it used?).
You suggested a great solution. But, I doubt that any country would ever want to do stop their own subsidized programs - it does put a lot of lives on stake).
Economics is a hard concept, some one has to suffer all round. I think the best way to do is distribute "the pain" among others - thus making it easier for everyone, individually. Funds should be redistributed (the money that is invested in many banks like Swiss bank should be given back to the countries - the black money then can be used for the good of the country (and of the world).
I also think we should work on the quality of the food products, rather than the quantity (using less hormones and chemicals, processing meat and other items in sanitary situations etc are different actions we can take to improve the quality). Quantity is indeed important, especially with growing world population. But, I think we should try to harvest food in large measure in methods other than things that involve genetic modification, hormone injection or something along those lines.
I would like to add more to the discussion, but I unfortunately don't have the time (I have final exams tomorrow). Anyways, thanks once again for sharing the info, Catarina,
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