Cutting U.S. Aid To South Sudan Would Further Hurt Civilians In War-Torn Nation, Humanitarians Say

Devex: Despite corrupt regime, cutting off aid to South Sudan isn’t the right move
“Cutting off United States aid to South Sudan would not have the intended effect of punishing the government and instead would create further hardship for civilians in the civil war-torn country, humanitarians say. The Trump administration said last week it was undertaking a review of all U.S. assistance to South Sudan to ensure it ‘does not contribute to or prolong the conflict, or facilitate predatory or corrupt behavior’…” (Welsh, 5/18).

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