Emergency Food Production in Haiti: Getting It Right.

A paper by Mervyn Claxton (Trinidad and Tobago) a consultant and former international civil servant with UNESCO who has written widely on the subject of Culture and Development, supporting the critique by the Haitian Platform to Advocate Alternative Development (PAPDA) of the Haitian Government’s Emergency Food Production programme. PAPDA is correct, he says: the programme will worsen the very problems it is supposed to address.

For the full document Emergency Food Production in Haiti: Getting It Right, by Mervyn Claxton,  click here.

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