U.S. State Department Announces Additional $50M In Humanitarian Assistance For Refugees Fleeing Rakhine State
U.S. Department of State: Ongoing U.S. Humanitarian Assistance for the Rakhine State Crisis
“[Monday], Acting Secretary of State John J. Sullivan announced $50 million in additional humanitarian assistance for vulnerable people fleeing the Rakhine State crisis. … The United States continues to provide life-saving assistance that will support refugees and Bangladeshi host communities to provide protection, emergency shelter, water, sanitation, health care, and psychosocial support for people affected by the crisis … We urge other donors to join in providing the additional humanitarian assistance still needed for those affected by the crisis” (4/23).
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