To end perpetual hunger, why not abolish villages?

February 27, 2009 • Daily Email Recap

Thanks to Steve Kurtz for this article from The Nation of Kenya.

The prospects for 10 million Kenyans don’t look good this year. That is the number of people the Government estimates face starvation.

Mozambique, too, is in similar dire straits. Looking at Kenya, and Africa in general, I feel that until governments take unpopular vote-losing decisions, millions will continue to starve to death.

Whenever mass hunger strikes, the starving usually move in search of food and will gather at a point where some NGO is distributing relief food.

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