USAID Outlines Response To Hurricane Dorian In The Bahamas, Announces Additional Humanitarian Aid

USAID/OFDA/Medium: 4 Ways USAID is Responding to Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas
“…Here are 4 ways that USAID is helping communities in the Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian: 1. Deploying a USAID Disaster Team … 2. Sending Search and Rescue Teams … 3. Providing Relief Supplies by Air & by Sea … 4. Working with Humanitarian Partners…” (9/6).
USAID: USAID Administrator Mark Green Announces Additional Humanitarian Assistance for the Bahamas
“…U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green announced $1 million in additional humanitarian assistance to help people in The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian, bringing USAID’s total funding for this response to more than $2.8 million to date. This funding will provide urgently needed food, shelter, water containers, and hygiene kits to people on Abaco and Grand Bahama islands. It will also provide critical logistics support to help move U.S. Government commodities by airlift and by boat to The Bahamas…” (9/7).

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