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A and some of the things people are doing to mitigate it BeliefnetAwe inspiringA well told story of Last Hunger Season A Year PDFEPUB or scarcity and hope Financial TimesPart of the beauty of this book is that it is not the story Last Hunger Season A Year PDFEPUB or of foreign aid workers Nor indeed does the author a former Wall Street Journal reporter with decades experience of writing about Africa and agriculture intrude Rather it is the tale of villagers such as Wanyama who is grappling with dilemmas familiar to millions of rural and indeed urban Africans whether to devote scant money to health education for the children or food This book shows us why history does not have to repeat itself WeekenderThe Last Hunger Season is as much a look at the distortions of agricultural development in Africa as it is a gritty underdog tale of hope and su.
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The Last Hunger Season A Year in an African Farm Community on the Brink of ChangeRvival The issue of malnutrition and hunger in children and adults living in impoverished conditions is a vast one But Thurow does a good job not only touching on those problems but also deeply exploring the trials and tribulations associated with farming in Kenya His voice is even keeled hopeful and respectful and it s almost impoRoger Thurow is a senior fellow for Global Agriculture and Food Policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs He was for thirty years a reporter at the Wall Street Journal He is with Scott Kilman the author of Enough Why the Worlds Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty which won the Harry Chapin Why Hunger book award and was a finalist for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize and for the New York Public Library Helen Bernstein Book Award He is a recipient of the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian AwardHe lives near Chicago.
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