Cash, Not Food
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Food prices were rising long before the economy came crashing down. But the current global financial crisis makes it even more likely that people in developing countries will be squeezed into greater poverty.

Traditionally, aid groups have delivered food to the hungry. But now, some aid groups are trying something different: They’re giving cash.

Rob Crilly, reporting from a remote part of Kenya, covered this phenomenon for the Christian Science Monitor.
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