We in the developed countries often do want to help and so we send our money and even aid teams over to countries that are very poor and in need to help them but sad to say their leadership is often as corrupt as ours but in that situation every little bit counts and the supplies never get to the people.
The graft among leadership in extremely poor nations is to great for food crisis solutions to work. Some of these president of these nations use food to control the people of their countries. So no matter how hard we work to correct the problem if their leaders don't address it it will not be fixed completely.
I do not believe the graft among leadership in extremely poor nations is too great for food crisis solutions to work. While this may be the case in locales like North Korea, it is not representative of all these nations. Many of these problems need to be addressed at a local level, it shouldn't be left entirely up to the government and its leaders.
No, the graft among leadership is not too great for crisis solutions to work for extremely poor nations, because human interest groups can still go around these leaders and provide aid. We can negotiate with leaders, and we can also smuggle food in and arrange for food drops, as ways to work around the leadership.