USAID Fact Sheet Outlines Uses Of U.S. Aid In Philippines

United Press International: U.S. commits $86.7M to assist Philippines
“The United States government pledged $86.7 million dollars in USAID and Defense Department funds for 2014 assistance to the Philippines as the country recovers from the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. According to a USAID fact sheet released January 24, the largest portion of the funds will go toward logistics and relief commodities, followed by shelter and settlements, water, sanitation and hygiene, economic recovery and market systems, and protection…” (Finley, 1/30).

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