U.S. To Provide More Than $25M In Humanitarian Aid To Uganda To Assist With East African Refugee Influx

Agence France-Presse: U.S. to give Uganda $25 mln in aid for refugees
“The United States will give over $25 million in humanitarian aid to Uganda, to help the nation cope with a huge influx of refugees fleeing conflict in East Africa, the U.S. ambassador in Kampala said Tuesday. Uganda is hosting more than a million refugees, nearly 700,000 of whom escaped the brutal civil war raging in neighboring South Sudan since December 2013…” (2/14).

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