FOOD AID and the problem of LABOR INTENSIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT

In keeping with the scope of work mandating this study, this report seeks to identify problems and clarify issues commonly raised in the use of food aid, labour-intensive approaches to public works and community development. An under­ lying premise of the study assumes that certain material' resources are readily available to private voluntary organizations (PVOs) and USAID projects, in accord with the Congressional mandate. These resources include food for work through Title II of PL 480, cash resources and other forms of material aid.

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