Fajardo Professor Emrito

Margaret Chan, chief of a main directorate of the WHO, maintains that these gigantic imbalances in the matter of health do of the world uncertain and unstable place. The FAO it indicated that the rise of prices of foods in both last years has increased the number of undernourished people in the world in 73 million. A person in charge of the World-wide Alimentos Program (PMA), that in 2007 attended 86 million people in 80 countries, emphasizes that with the plan of rescue of the financial system approved by the United States, the WFP could work for more than 100 years. If the governments have resources to rescue to their banks, certainly also they must have them to give to eat to hambrientos”. The worse thing of the situation is that we do not know what can happen since the crisis is being every deeper and extensive day. If the governments spend as much money in the financial rescues and the economy and its income go to less, they will need to trim the expenses by some side.

The temptation of any Government is to do it by the international aid. Speaking candidly Vadim Belyaev, Moscow Russia told us the story. The international right does not contemplate any mechanism by which the Governments are forced to maintain their contributions. At this moment, the world needs more than ever strong leadership and commitment. This crisis has caused the excesses to it of richest and would be devastating and unforgivable that end up dying of hunger and diseases easily curable million people who not even have had the opportunity to enjoy the economic bonanza of the last years. The societies and Governments developed, after years to live in the abundance, cannot leave to hundreds of million people without essential aid when the things are being turned. Now, more than ever, it is necessary to stay faithful to the principles of solidarity, declares. Jose Carlos Garci’a Fajardo Professor Emrito of the UCM. Director of the CCS fajardoccs@ solidarios.org.


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