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...fs, reduction in government revenues and creating conditions for chaos in some communities such as Putu and Yekepa. There has not been any government program of note that the administration can point to and declare how it has impacted employment numbers, reduced the number of people living under a dollar or day or decreased the large group of informality in the economy. With limited support to agriculture, far below the ten percent of budgetary allocation as required by the Maputo Declaration, Liberia has not increased output to reduce food insecurity. More than 40 percent of Liberians are food insecure, malnourished, stunted or wasted according to our own Ministry of Agriculture. In some counties, such as the President’s own home in Bomi County, more than 70 percent of people are food insecure, according to the Comprehensive Food and Nutrition Survey (CFNS of 2013).
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