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International Food Assistance: Improved Targeting Would Help Enable USAID to Reach Vulnerable Groups
Thomas Melito (au)
In fiscal year 2011, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) spent approximately $1.7 billion on food assistance reaching over 46 million people in 48 countries. USAID targets food assistance so that benefits accrue selectively to only a portion of the overall population, typically the most vulnerable. Effective targeting is important to maximize the impact of limited resources, especially as USAID begins to use more nutritious but more costly specialized food products to address hunger and malnutrition among vulnerable groups. This report (1) describes in-country factors that USAID and its implementing partners face in targeting vulnerable groups; and (2) examines the extent to which USAIDäó»s targeting process supports effective targeting. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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