Japan To Provide $1M To WHO, Other Organizations To Address Zika In Latin America

Xinhua News: Japan pledges 1 mln USD in aid to tackle Zika virus in Latin America
“The Japanese government on Friday pledged 1 million U.S. dollars in emergency aid to help Latin American countries tackle the Zika virus after a case was confirmed near Tokyo a day earlier. The financial aid will be provided to the World Health Organization (WHO) and other international organizations, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said, while outlining Japan’s intentions to help stop the virus spreading…” (2/26).

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