U.S. Officials Traveling To East Africa To Assess Drought, Humanitarian Conditions
Humanosphere: U.S. mum on global hunger crisis, sends officials to assess East African drought
“Two officials with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) are traveling to East Africa this week to meet with governments and humanitarian actors about the emerging hunger crises in the region. They arrive at a time when $4.4 billion is needed to help some 20 million people, and the Trump administration is seeking to cut the foreign aid budget…” (Murphy, 4/3).
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