This story is full of TNB, niggers set new standards of depravity, every day:
But three months later, The Associated Press has learned that only a fraction of a key U.S. food pledge — less than 2 percent as of early July — has been distributed.Farmers — reeling from last year's floods and a dry spring, and lacking equipment that was promised to increase their yields — are eating the very seeds they should be planting to avoid future hunger.World Vision country director Wesley Charles blamed USAID for its delays in delivering food,
"I think that at the USAID level they need to be more sensitive," Charles said.Sylvieta Saintera, 38, said her 8-year-old daughter cooks for her six other children when she's gone.His father went to the neighboring Dominican Republic to find work and does not support the child.!!!!Some of the children receive a super-high-protein mixture of peanut butter, oil, milk and vitamins known here as "Medika Mamba" that has also been used in African famines. But once they go home, mothers struggle to follow doctors' advice to thoroughly clean their homes and prepare more balanced meals for their children, Hyppolite said.
Some, he said, eat the peanut butter mixture themselves.