Is changing 9,000 years of eating habits the solution to vitamin A deficiency in poor communities in Asia?
The excessive use of technical language in international development can keep vital information away from the people who need it the most.
Preparation reduces the damage caused by typhoons, earthquakes and other hazards, but sometimes the power of nature overwhelms all.
The over-use of acronyms turns the joy of reading into a tedious process of decoding. It also muddles the message of development communications.