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Publication Date: 1994
Shaw, John, Clay, Edward
Food aid is both popular and controversial. Detractors point to the political and commercial motives that have driven food aid flows, its disincentive effects, and the risk it carries of creating dependence. Supporters find it at the very core of humanitarian assistance. This innovative book examines the question of food assistance very broadly, from the perspective of both recipient countries and donors around the world, including four African nationsTunisia, Benin, Lesotho, and Tanzania.Shaw, John is the author of 'World Food Aid Experiences of Recipients & Donors', published 1994 under ISBN 9780435080976 and ISBN 0435080970.