Humanitarian response hampers aid efforts in the Horn of Africa, but this is not necessarily a good thing. The Horn of Africa is a very difficult part of the world to get to because of the very poor infrastructure in Africa and due to the many dangers to the lives and property of the local population. It is therefore more important to get aid to areas of greater humanitarian need, where the humanitarian situation would be better, rather than trying to reach populations that are at very high risk because of the current humanitarian situation. If people are already suffering, they will go to greater areas, because we can send more aid there than we can send to Somalia. And this will probably make them die a lot in the process, which is quite cruel but a necessary evil.
This view also suggests we should be concentrating resources away from areas of greatest humanitarian need—where the international community has clearly given priority. This is an issue that I want to make clear in future interviews, as we try to better understand exactly how we do our aid and, more importantly, what we do to respond to humanitarian emergencies such as hunger and drought. The international community doesn’t always get its way and often makes mistakes in areas like this. If we can’t understand just how we respond, then we won’t be able to intervene effectively.
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