U.S. State Department Announces $25M In Additional Support For UNICEF-Implemented Emergency Cash Transfer Program In Yemen

U.S. Department of State: United States Announces $25 Million to Support Emergency Cash Transfer Program in Yemen
“[Last] week, the United States announced $25 million in additional aid to support the people of Yemen through the UNICEF-implemented Emergency Cash Transfer (ECT) program. This funding complements more than $2.2 billion in U.S. humanitarian assistance since 2015 and will help 1.5 million Yemeni households — approximately 9 million people — access basic goods and services on the local economy…” (10/4).

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