Aid agencies must implement long-term solutions in Horn of Africa to ‘banish hunger’ With each of the three droughts in the Horn of Africa during the last decade, the international community agreed that long-term actions were needed to prevent another tragedy. But each right time, when the rains arrived finally, the world’s good intentions melted apart, Jose Graziano de Silva, director-general of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization writes in a Project Syndicate opinion piece. We should ensure that this will not happen once again by signing up for forces today to banish food cravings from the region once and for all, he continues.It gets the potential to move critical care practice forwards quickly. Related StoriesUAB study aims to supply improved care linked to reproductive health of women with CFHealthcare technology interpersonal event of the year opens entriesNew UCLA study talks about primary care medical house in reducing childrens' repeat visits to hospitals For another 16 months, teams of four nurses from each hospital will continue to work with CSI faculty, an internal mentor and their chief nursing officer to identify issues related to their existing individual care responsibilities. Teams will establish and implement unit-based tasks then, leading to quantifiable improvements in individual outcomes and decreases in hospital expenses.