“eti karneyle aldığın ülkeden kaçcan hacı xd” diye zırvalayanların barındığı başlık.
bak bunu yazanın ülkesinde asgari ücretli açlık sınırının altında maaş alırken, etin kilosu (1 kg dana migros’ta, aşağı yuvarladım.) 50 lira. asgari ücretli yüm maaşıyla 40 kilo et alabiliyor.
bak bu aşağıdaki paragraflar da dünya yiyecek programının sitesinden, yiyecek ihtiyaçlarının %70 ila 80ini ithal eden kübalıların en zayıf grupları gözeten birtakım beslenme politikaları geliştirdiğinden bahsediyor.
over the last 50 years, comprehensive social protection programmes have largely eradicated poverty and hunger. food-based social safety nets include a monthly food basket for the entire population, school feeding programmes, and mother-and-child health care programmes. although effective, these programmes mostly rely on food imports and strain the national budget. ın 2011, in the context of efforts to make the economy more efficient, the government announced plans to make social protection more sustainable and streamlined, with an emphasis on the most vulnerable groups along “no one left behind” lines.
with few vegetables consumed and low food diversity, the diet of the average cuban family is poor in micronutrients. since 2011, the government has been making efforts to strengthen its national plan for the prevention and control of anaemia, particularly among children under 5. at the end of 2015, the food security and nutrition monitoring system (sısvan) indicated a persistently high prevalence of anaemia in the five eastern provinces: 31.6 percent among children aged two, and up to 39.6 percent among children aged six months.
cuba imports 70 to 80 percent of its domestic food requirements, with most imports slated for social protection programmes. the government is prioritizing higher domestic food production – particularly of beans, a critical source of protein. part of this effort has involved converting of state farms into cooperatives.