Babies & Kids goods in Ethiopia

Babies & Kids goods in Ethiopia
Babies & Kids goods in Ethiopia

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Babies & Kids goods in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania are the best in terms of quality goods, comfort, nutrition, environmental health, and local food security. (Photo: NIDA/AP)

A handful of countries in the world are offering to help them.

U.S. companies have been invited to supply Ethiopia for “Papa Rasa,” a three-week period beginning with Christmas 2012, and ending with New Year’s 2013. In 2012, the United States and some Canadian countries gave $250,000 to assist with “Chocolate Mango & Jelly,” with the possibility of “Baby Panda in the Jungle.” China offered $10,000 to supply “Elysium” to help boost food security.

But few countries can find the same amount of food security. “This is going to continue for years,” said Richard Zang, a senior policy analyst from the Center for Food Security Policy at the University of Houston’s Center for Sustainable Development.

For a long time, the United Nations recommended a ban on import of food from Africa, primarily Eritrea and Tanzania — although there is progress on that at a slower pace than the recommendations were originally drawn up.

And many countries that had been offering to help with the supply chain do not have large enough stockpiles of food to sustain themselves after that, according to Frank Olson, a professor of food security policy at Georgetown University who studies security and sustainable development at the National Institute on U.