U.S. Announces Additional Humanitarian Aid For Sudan Amid COVID-19, Floods

USAID: United States Announces $81 Million In Humanitarian Assistance To Help The People Of Sudan
“…[T]he United States announced $81 million in humanitarian assistance for the people of Sudan as they confront ongoing severe challenges related to a deteriorating economy, the global pandemic, and the worst floods in more than a century. This new funding brings U.S. humanitarian assistance to the people of Sudan to over $436 million for Fiscal Year 2020, including more than $33 million to support the Sudanese response to COVID-19…” (10/24).

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