U.K. DFID Announces $1.3M In Funding To Help Enhance WHO’s Early Warning Alert And Response System

Bloomberg: U.K. Gives $1.3 Million to U.N. Health Agency Ahead of 2019 Crises
“The U.K. will provide one million pounds ($1.3 million) to the World Health Organization as part of stepped up preparations for expected global humanitarian crises in 2019. Funds from the Department for International Development will enhance the United Nations agency’s Early Warning Alert and Response System to prevent the spread of life-threatening infectious diseases, according to a statement…” (Benitez, 12/30).

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