June 18, 2024
US Commits $9 Million Support To Natural Disaster Victims In Northeast
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US Commits $9 Million Support To Natural Disaster Victims In Northeast

The United States of America, through the US Agency for International Development, is providing $9 million in humanitarian assistance to bolster disaster response efforts in North-East Nigeria.

A statement by the US Embassy in Nigeria which was sent to Radio Now’s news editor yesterday, says the funds will be provided through the United Nations’ International Organisation for Migration.

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The aid will provide emergency shelter, water and sanitation, as well as psychosocial support services, and cash to populations affected by floods across Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe states.

The funds will also provide critical life-saving assistance to people affected by other natural disasters such as fire or climate-related shocks.

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