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Supporting farming families makes sense on many fronts. It not only helps farmers become self-sufficient, but it helps increase the prosperity and stability of countries in the developing world.
After all the devastation wrought upon Haiti over the last year (decades, really), a country that was once the "Pearl of the Caribbean" stands at a crossroads of opportunity.
The European Development Days conference I attended in Brussels earlier this month was a smorgasbord for dialogue on international development.
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In Sub-Saharan Africa, 80% of agricultural workers are women. According to the World Bank,They raise 90% of the food, but receive only 10% of credit extended for agricultural loans.
It's in our own self-interest to jump start agricultural development with the goal of creating markets for ourselves.
One can't help but wonder if by requesting this money from the G8 in the name of charity we are instead trying to promote our own economy.
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