U.S. Pledges Additional Humanitarian Assistance To Support People Affected By Syrian Crisis

U.S. Department of State: U.S. Humanitarian Assistance in Response to the Syrian Crisis
This fact sheet describes continuing U.S. support for humanitarian efforts for people affected by the war in Syria, including more than $566 million in additional assistance announced at the Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region conference in Brussels on April 5. “Through this support, the United States continues to provide emergency food assistance, shelter, safe drinking water, urgent medical care, humanitarian protection activities, and other urgent relief to the 13.5 million people suffering inside Syria, as well as the more than five million Syrian refugees from Syria in the region…” (4/5).

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