Federal Funding For Some U.S. Humanitarian, Aid Organizations Uncertain Under Trump Administration, IRIN Reports

IRIN: Who’s afraid of Mr. Trump?
“Will billions of dollars in U.S. aid be slashed or redirected under President Trump? For aid agency planners, only one thing about the Trump presidency is certain right now: uncertainty. New financial figures obtained and analyzed by IRIN show that a number of key U.S. NGOs depend on Uncle Sam for more than half their budgets. Several aid officials confirmed that those that rely heavily on U.S. government funding are feeling particularly vulnerable right now…” (Parker/Siegfried, 11/14).

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