Former U.S. State Department Official John Prendergast Discusses Situation In South Sudan, Potential Impact Of U.S. Aid Review In NPR Interview

NPR: South Sudan Update
“NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to John Prendergast of the Enough Project about the effects of U.S. humanitarian aid to South Sudan amid a humanitarian crisis. … The Trump administration says it will review all aid that it gives to South Sudan as the eight-year-old nation spirals into further chaos. The U.S. is the largest donor for humanitarian programs in the country, so any potential change could have an enormous impact. John Prendergast is the founding director of the Enough Project, which seeks to stop genocide in Sudan. He’s also a former State Department official on the Africa Desk, among other government posts…” (5/13).

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