U.S. Lawmakers Express Skepticism At Shifting International Food Aid System From Goods To Cash

The Hill: Lawmakers skeptical of cash-based foreign food aid
“Lawmakers from both parties on Thursday voiced skepticism about efforts to shift U.S. international food aid from goods to cash payments. At a hearing of the Agriculture Committee’s Livestock and Foreign Agriculture subpanel, lawmakers grilled federal officials about the effect of waste and corruption on foreign food assistance…” (Hardiman, 7/9).

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