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Haven't Had Enough



The situation in Somalia is catastrophic. We are facing one of the worst droughts in 40 years. The country experienced famine in 2011, and drought in 2017, in addition to conflict and health emergencies like cholera, measles, and malnutrition. This is all alongside high maternal and child mortality rates. We haven't had enough time between one disaster and another.




Haven't Had Enough


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Lower-income parents are much more likely to say there have been times in the past year when they did not have enough money for basic needs. About half of lower-income parents (52%) say they have not had enough money for food or their rent or mortgage. By comparison, 17% of middle-income parents say the same about each of these items, while 5% of upper-income parents say they have struggled to pay for food and 4% for rent or a mortgage.


"I haven't (seen enough). We just haven't had enough of a sample size," Van Gundy said. "The big lineup's been competitive in three games, got us off to good starts. So is that the way we start, rebound the ball, pound it inside early, draw some fouls and then play quicker? Or do we go the other way, start smaller and go there if we need it? I don't know."


Others are not so sure. ``We haven't got enough data yet,'' says David Hauck at the IRRC. ``It's the first time we've ever had the potential for a big divestment of stock that has nothing to do with the underlying health of the company.'' But Mr. Hauck thinks mutual funds, instead of joining the bandwagon, will set up South Africa-free funds as alternatives for investors. 041b061a72


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