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Contaminated Fukushima Fish Recycled as Food Aid: Canned Fish from Tohoku sent to Developing Countries, With Help of WFP

Monday, 02 April 2012 06:18

‘Another “win” for Britain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who operates the ODA (Official Development Assistance). They have managed to obtain support from the United Nations on this one.

I first wrote about this particular ODA in June last year, with the follow-up post in September when the Ministry of Foreign Affairs formally requested the appropriation for the 3rd supplementary budget.

Now it’s official, with the help of the UN. Canned fish from Tohoku will be given to people in developing countries in the world so that the fisheries in the disaster-affected areas can recover and “baseless rumors” disappear. The fish cans will go to Cambodia and 4 other countries and will be used in school lunches to feed school children.’

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