Shapewear in Ethiopia
The question may be how to respond. And how much. To begin with, there are a number of issues, among them this: Despite a report from the U.N., where 80 percent of Ethiopian refugees are fleeing violence. The U.N. has estimated that 5,000,000 refugees need shelter and food every month in Ethiopia. The same number was predicted under Obama’s program in 2009.
Many Ethiopian refugees have found better paying work within the United States, said David Shavit, a former chief refugee program official at the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. But it seems important to realize, as I noted in my piece, that Obama’s program can still result in significant suffering, with the poor health of many, especially those living in substandard conditions and the inability to make ends run for other immigrants. (The United States only has one plan on the table for dealing with such suffering.) And to be sure, many Ethiopians are still afraid to come to the United States. But given the recent announcement from the U.N. that it would not support Ethiopia’s new, highly-skilled labor law, some have started lobbying in the other direction. https://jiji.com.et/56-shapewear
The U.N. announced in 2008 that it would not use the new refugee resettlement program to