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Solidarity and Soup Kitchens: A review of principles and practice for food distribution in conflict.

Author: Jaspars, S
Year: 2000
Resource type: Research

Technical paper of current principles and practice for food distribution in conflict. The objective of the report is to assist humanitarian agencies develop a more principled approach to food distribution.

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