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The Agency for International Development (AID) of the U.S. Department of State and numerous charitable organizations are pledged to providing aid in many ways: direct food supplies; technical assistance in the development of agriculture and industry; education of youth; education of homemakers in food preparation, child care, and sanitation; and many other ways. Several organizations of the United Nations illustrate the humanitarian efforts of the great international body.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) aims especially to improve the growth, distribution, and storage of food. To carry out its aims it might be involved in such widely different activities as irrigation for crops; development of varieties of grain that will grow in a given climate; sponsoring home economics programs to show people how to prepare their foods and to better feed their families; and setting up a food processing plant.
The World Health Organization (WHO) aims to eliminate diseases of all kinds, including those that relate to nutrition. It works closely with FAO. Diseases such as malaria and others keep millions from working. When people are treated for these diseases they are able to work and produce food for themselves and their families. WHO works closely with communities to improve the sanitation through insect control, water supplies, housing, and waste disposal.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is concerned with all aspects of the health and welfare of children everywhere. Some of its activities include the distribution of nonfat dry milk; immunization of children; provision of tools and seeds for gardening programs; school materials; development of safe water supplies; and many others.
The United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) aims to eliminate illiteracy and thus to help people through education to use science and to understand cultural forces for the improvement of their lives.

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