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Date Created: 09/13/15
LECTURE 2 o Hint Lear Africa39s map the course will be based in Africa FOOD AID o What obligations do we have 0 What are the best means 0 What are the ethical dilemmas 1 The ethical dilemma is that it might help more US farmers than farmers in Africa read the video notes 2 It is not altruistic 3 The US may need to find a new way to help 4 Example sell the food and give the money 5 Example 2buy food to the farmers so they have money for their own food CASH AND VOUVHERS 0 They created this because of the problem highlighted in the previous video Definitions and causes for 0 HUNGER 0 FAMINE 0 STARVATION 0 MALN UTRITION 0 FOOD SECURITY 0 FOOD SOVEREIGNTY Fundamental predisposing o For Malthisian Growth outdoing food production 0 ForSenPovertyvulnerability 5 IMPORTANTE EVENTS o 1973Ethiopian famine crushed our innocence 1 This chanced the conscience of the people in Ethiopia the US and the rest of the world 0 Identification of a couple of outside exacerbating conditions 2 Pollutants from NorthSoviet wheat purchase 0 1974First World food conference 3 Started monitoring starvation 4 Issue right for food Right for food resolution 737 Every person in the world has the right to a nutritionally adequate diet The US should must help improve sustainability Themes for Butterly and Shepherd 0 The diluted of article 25 of the UDHR o The wealth paradox o The silent emergency The media could not talk about this issue 0 19752000 There was a progress in food crises o 2000 Food crises increases again crossed the billion mark FACTORS 0 Population growth 0 Urbanization growth 0 Rising income The is a nutritional transition that increases the demand and price 20072008 FOOD SPIKE 0 Rise of the fuel costs 0 Biofuels 0 Trade speculation 0 Lack of political will Jacques Diouf General Director of FAO We have economical and technical
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