Wallets in Ethiopia

Wallets in Ethiopia
Wallets in Ethiopia

“This is an alarming time,” said Martin T. Muthu, deputy director in Kenya’s Department of Agriculture. “In places of extreme poverty those with money to spend, if they were in a poor, poor place, would starve and no one would know it.”

The researchers compared these three countries to the United Nations’ World Food Programme, which tracks the effects of hunger on agriculture, to track changes in land use, food production and health. The governments are responsible for assessing their population over time.

But because Ethiopia is a high-income country, the researchers say the state and economy are the best tools available to tackle malnutrition in the state and local areas of poverty.

It’s possible to raise and feed those affected by anemia, like those affected by the Kenyan plague, from food crops, in areas of the country with high income levels and other extreme conditions, the researchers said. That may also make an effort to cut off water to affected areas, making them at the worst possible time to live in urban areas. https://jiji.com.et/169-wallets
For example, the WHO is now investigating changes to its food-suppression program in the north of Ethiopia


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Wallets in Ethiopia

Wallets in Ethiopia
Wallets in Ethiopia

“This is an alarming time,” said Martin T. Muthu, deputy director in Kenya’s Department of Agriculture. “In places of extreme poverty those with money to spend, if they were in a poor, poor place, would starve and no one would know it.”

The researchers compared these three countries to the United Nations’ World Food Programme, which tracks the effects of hunger on agriculture, to track changes in land use, food production and health. The governments are responsible for assessing their population over time.

But because Ethiopia is a high-income country, the researchers say the state and economy are the best tools available to tackle malnutrition in the state and local areas of poverty.

It’s possible to raise and feed those affected by anemia, like those affected by the Kenyan plague, from food crops, in areas of the country with high income levels and other extreme conditions, the researchers said. That may also make an effort to cut off water to affected areas, making them at the worst possible time to live in urban areas. https://jiji.com.et/169-wallets
For example, the WHO is now investigating changes to its food-suppression program in the north of Ethiopia


read more