Eat out at a restaurant in America, and you often get more food than you can eat in a single sitting. Yet for these boys, starvation might stay away for an extra day by digging through the dirt for a few extra grains of food.
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Boys gather kernels of of sorghum that were dispersed on the ground after an air drop in the Olilim camp for Internally displaced people in the Lira District of Northern Uganda, 19 October 2007. The UN food agency said 18 October that food airdrops that started four days earlier have saved up to 250,000 war displaced people from starvation after roads linking them to the rest of the country were washed away by floods following torrential rains that have hit the region.