Increasing Number Of People In Need Of Food Aid Stretching Abilities Of WFP, Donors To Keep Up With Demand

Associated Press/Huffington Post: Donors Aren’t ‘Fatigued,’ They Just Can’t Keep Up With Food Aid Demands: U.N.
“…[WFP Executive Director] Ertharin Cousin said in an interview with the Associated Press that the World Food Programme is not facing ‘donor fatigue.’ In fact, traditional donors have been more generous, she said, but food needs have escalated because of an increasing number of refugees, people caught in conflict, and suffering from climate-related events including drought…” (Lederer, 9/24).

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