World Bank Pledges Up To $480M In Grants For Health, WASH, Social Support For Rohingya Refugees

Reuters: World Bank to provide up to $480 million to aid Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
“The World Bank said on Thursday it would provide up to $480 million in grant-based support to Bangladesh to address the needs of Rohingya refugees including health, education, water, sanitation, and social protection. The World Bank’s board approved a $50 million grant to add to an existing health-sector support project in Bangladesh, the first in a series that could total $480 million…” (Lawder, 6/28).

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