Start at Madagascar by boat and/or main refueling/shipping area at first until other safe places can be set up.
Yemen: come in through the Gulf of Aden.
Ethiopia: Come in through the Gulf of Aden and then traverse Djibouti as shortest distance crossed most likely by plane.
Niger: come in from Nigeria. Lagos. Or neighboring Benin.
Sudan: directly from the gulf of Aden to the Red Sea or over Niger while hitting Chad.
Sierra Leone: take a boat and follow coast to Sulima or take road into area through Liberia from Robertsport.
Kenya: There’s a road at Mombasa that travels from their coast inward to a cross section of the area under South Sudan. Or you can go through Ethiopia up to Finchawa and travel through.
Namibia: come into Capetown in South Africa and charter through there.
Democratic Republic of the Congo: there is an ships entrance to the left coast called Boma.
Guatemala: Florida to Cuba to Guatemala.
Haiti: go from Florida or Cuba.
There’s much more to this of course: bribing your way through corrupted areas, keeping your delivery personal and cargo safe, getting the people to adopt the food stuff as governed by law as law as are set into place by their local governments to enforce taking them as some countries did by ionizing salt to give us the needed iodine that a lot of us were lacking. That wasn’t a law per se, but some of these countries greatest people feel that the altered food is something to be angry about or fearful of from what I’ve read (If I find the article I’ll cite it). So a government saying we’re bringing you cheap foods for the next 5 years or so saves millions of children’s and others lives. Then the next step is to bring these nutrient systems into the plant life which they will naturally do when used as fertilizer by the people, and the rains carry that around—hopefully without spreading anything terrible along the way. But I’m hopeful every time I hear something like this.
Have a wonderful day/night.