Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice suspended a trade deal with Bolivia last week for failure to rein in coca growing. Some 50,000 jobs could be lost.
Despite economic crisis, Bush urges the US and other wealthy nations to maintain foreign aid.
Proposals include improved seed types, better roads, and more-efficient irrigation systems.
The moringa’s leaves and seedpods deliver extraordinary nutrition, advocates say, but aid groups await a formal study.
Readers write about youth movements in Cuba and declining foreign tourism in the US.
Critics decry slashing of agricultural aid as US tries to balance competing foreign relief priorities.
Most jobs are in the military, police, and intelligence forces. But Iraqis say those jobs are only attained through family ties or bribes.
Mozambique struggles to regain global reach for its nut.
Millions in aid money intended to help war refugees is also helping improve Jordan's beleaguered infrastructure.