USAID Announces Additional $173M In Emergency Food Aid To South Sudan
USAID: The U.S. Announces $173 Million in Additional Emergency Food Assistance for South Sudan
“The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is providing an additional $173 million in lifesaving emergency food assistance for those suffering from hunger as a result of the conflict that broke out in South Sudan two years ago. This new assistance is from USAID’s Office of Food for Peace and will provide more than 85,000 tons of emergency food assistance, including specialized nutrition products designed to treat acute malnutrition…” (12/15).
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