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Dr. Joia Mukherjee and Donna Barry

Feeding Haiti

A young boy was able to find a meal at St. Clare's Church rectory in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, this week. A young boy was able to find a meal at St. Clare's Church rectory in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, this week. (Eric Thayer/Getty Images)
By Dr. Joia Mukherjee and Donna Barry
May 5, 2008

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ONCE AGAIN the media are filled with stories and images of unrest in Haiti, this time due to soaring food prices and pervasive hunger. In the United States and around the world, grain stocks have been depleted, energy costs have skyrocketed, and prices of food staples are inflated by increased use of grain to feed livestock in middle-income countries and ... (Full article: 697 words)

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