In October 2005, the Bush administration is considering a radical change for the food aid program of the United States would have 25 percent of the budget that would otherwise be used to buy food at the national level, and instead of send directly transfers the money could be used to buy food or close by countries in desperate need. The food aid program of the United States, traditionally the support of Congress because he supported U.S. farmers, agribusiness and shipping interests of the United States and non-governmental organizations such as Catholic Relief Services and CARE. The case considers the proposal from the perspective of four different players: Cargill, USAID, Catholic Relief Services and Oxfam. Everyone must find an answer to the proposal.
Source: Kellogg School of Management
Publication Date: January 1, 2007. Prod #: KEL342-PDF-ENG
U.S. Food Aid: cash or products? Case Solution