USAID Provides $25M To WFP To Provide Cash-Based, Food Assistance To Nearly 1.7M Afghans

USAID: USAID Donates $25 Million to WFP to Support the Most Vulnerable Afghans Affected by Conflict and Natural Disasters
“[Tuesday,] the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced it has donated $25 million to the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP’s) Afghanistan Protractive Relief and Recovery Operation (PRRO) to provide cash-based and food assistance to nearly 1.7 million Afghans — mostly women and children — affected by conflict, natural disasters, and seasonal hunger…” (4/3).

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