U.S. To Provide Additional $20M To Zimbabwe For Food Assistance During Drought

Reuters: U.S. to feed half a million Zimbabweans until October after drought
“Nearly half a million Zimbabweans will continue to receive food aid for another six months after the United States provided an extra $20 million to help ease hunger in 12 of the country’s districts hit by the worst drought in a generation. … The additional $20 million will bring to $55 million the amount provided by the U.S. to feed hungry Zimbabweans since last year in June…” (Dzirutwe, 4/20).

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