Blog Post Discusses Bipartisan Efforts To Reform U.S. International Food Aid Program

U.N. Dispatch: The USA is Closer Than Ever to Reforming its Inefficient Food Aid Program
Writer Joanne Lu discusses bipartisan efforts in the U.S. Congress to reform the nation’s international food assistance program by including the Food for Peace Modernization Act of 2018 in the 2018 farm bill. “[W]hat [is] giving some advocates reason for optimism is the recent support of the American Farm Bureau Federation, which has long resisted changes to U.S. food aid policy,” Lu notes (3/20).

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