E.U. To Provide $4.5M To Zimbabwe For Drought Assistance
VOA News: European Union Unveils $4.5 Million for Tackling Severe Drought in Zimbabwe
“The European Union is set to give Zimbabwe an additional $4.5 million with a view of raising more funds to ease a drought caused by the El Niño weather phenomenon and a crumbling economy. E.U. ambassador to Zimbabwe, Phillepe Van Demme, told journalists in Harare on Thursday that the regional body confirmed the funding Wednesday…” (Chifera, 1/28).
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