The U.S. government’s approach to delivering food aid overseas is endangering lives, say a bipartisan pair of senators who recently returned from a visit to a refugee camp in Uganda. Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Sen. Chris Coons, a Democrat from Delaware, are urging reform to better deal with 20 million people facing famine worldwide.
Senators say US needs to reform food aid to save lives amid historic hunger crisis
Congress sneaks damaging U.S. food aid provision in Coast Guard bill
The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would set back food aid reform. A provision sneaked into the act…