Well, for humanitarian efforts, then, you have to find a way to get the parties on the ground to allow humanitarian efforts in the country. Right now, the government in Addis Ababa is blocking that. Of course, it is a sovereign state, and it has been quite effective in blocking any access, especially when there are, as has been stated quite clearly and quite powerfully, atrocities being committed.
The only thing that I think can be done.... Ethiopia is uniquely situated, I suppose, because it has been an ally of the west, especially the United States, so there is the capacity to lean on it and effectively coerce it into allowing humanitarian organizations to enter the country. That is really the only thing—and then just leaving it to them to provide those services.