Podcast on Prepositioning International Food Aid

Posted on March 07, 2014

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provides U.S. agricultural commodities to meet emergency food needs in foreign countries. To expedite delivery to recipient countries, food can be ordered before it is requested and prepositioned in warehouses in or near regions with historically high needs.

Listen to our podcast with Tom Melito, a director in our International Affairs and Trade team, discussing our new report on USAID efforts to preposition food aid.

Prepositioning International Food Aid
GAO Contacts
Thomas Melito
Thomas Melito
Managing Director