E.U. Signs $287M Development Grant With Ethiopia, Including Funding For Maternal Health
“The European Union signed a development grant with Ethiopia on Monday worth 212.4 million euros ($287.26 million) to help finance road construction and projects targeting maternal health and drought resilience,” Reuters reports. “The package includes 49 million euros earmarked for road building. Another 50 million euros will be [available] to help fight the effects of drought in the country’s arid south and east and 40.4 million euros will go to improving maternal health,” the news agency writes, adding, “Earlier this month the United Nations said Ethiopia was making slow progress in improving maternal health and that the rate of maternal mortality — dying in childbirth — was among the highest in the world” (11/25).
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