Nasear on September 9 at 08:46PM
How can the answer saying that the amount of aid is not the problem be correct when this section of the passage clearly states that the large influx of aid cripples existing infrastructure?
"Teams of uninvited experts and personnel—all of whom need food and shelter—as well as uncoordinated shipments of goods and the establishment of programs inappropriate to local needs can quickly lead to a secondary "disaster" as already strained local infrastructures break down under the pressure of this large influx of resources."
Irina on September 9 at 09:51PM
Nasear Thursday at 07:50PM
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