This paper focuses on one section of the Food For Peace program. Essentially, it emphasizes combing surplus labor and food in a work program to accelerate development and expand future income flows. An analysis of potential contributions and limitations of food for work programs requires raising a number of specific questions. The problem at hand for this section of the Food For Peace program is to favorably induce: changes in consumption patterns and human welfare, improvements in human dexterity and fitness, development of physical capital, and mobility of resources. The problem for food for work programs includes uniting surplus labor and food to effectively achieve these goals.