U.S. Pledges Nearly $90M In Additional Humanitarian Aid To South Sudan
The Guardian: U.S. pledges $90m to South Sudan but warns of sanctions should peace fail
“The U.S. has promised almost $90m (£60m) of extra aid to South Sudan but warned its newly reconciled leaders that failure to engage properly with the peace process could result in sanctions or an arms embargo. … The new funding is earmarked to provide safe drinking water, emergency health care, food, shelter, and training to the most vulnerable families and communities…” (Jones, 4/28).
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