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US Gives Ethiopia $488 Million in Humanitarian Aid in Response to Drought – Bloomberg

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The US announced $488 million in humanitarian assistance for Ethiopia to help the nation respond to a prolonged drought that’s threatening the survival of 8.1 million people.
The funding will target about 7.4 million people in need of immediate food assistance by providing sorghum, yellow split peas and vegetable oil, according to a statement by the US Agency for International Development. Part of the money will also go to helping more than 4.7 million children under five years of age at risk of malnutrition this year. 


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