UNITED NATIONS: Hoffman's Decade of Aid

The United Nations was a major casualty of last month's Indo-Pakistani war, and not because of its already diminished prestige as an international peace keeper. Halted by the war were a U.N. emergency relief program and a host of development projects in East Pakistan, including a water-resources survey, management training, a fisheries program and the work of an agricultural-training center. No one can guess when they will be resumed in the new nation of Bangladesh. The U.N. Development Program has 86 such little-publicized projects under way round the world, which are...

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