Analysts, Aid Workers Describe Mixed Feelings Over Saudi, UAE Donation For Yemen Relief Efforts

NPR: The Irony Of A $930 Million Donation To Help Yemen
“The U.N. has received one of the biggest donations for relief in aid history: $930 million to its Yemen Humanitarian Fund, which provides food, health care, and other vital services for the conflict-ridden nation. But there’s an ethical concern. It’s coming from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, two countries that have helped fuel Yemen’s conflict…” (Gharib, 4/4).

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