50 million US dollars will be provided to Burmese people 50 million US dollars will be provided to Burmese people

50 million US dollars will be provided to Burmese people

50 million US dollars will be provided to Burmese people  Increasing displacement in Myanmar The U.S. Embassy in Yangon announced today that the U.S. government will provide an additional $50 million in emergency humanitarian aid for armed conflicts and food shortages.  The funds will be provided as emergency food and nutrition aid through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  According to an overview of humanitarian needs recently released by the United Nations, more than 17 million people in Myanmar, one in three people, are in need of humanitarian assistance. In 2020, the number of people in need of assistance across the country did not even reach one million, according to a statement from the US Embassy.  Children under the age of five, with the United Nations World Food Program, in conflict-ridden regions and states. More than 750,000 people, including pregnant and lactating mothers, are expected to receive nutritional support.  The press release also commended those who are continuing to provide emergency life-saving support to people in need, and who are peacefully working towards an inclusive democratic future for Myanmar.


Increasing displacement in Myanmar The U.S. Embassy in Yangon announced today that the U.S. government will provide an additional $50 million in emergency humanitarian aid for armed conflicts and food shortages.

The funds will be provided as emergency food and nutrition aid through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

According to an overview of humanitarian needs recently released by the United Nations, more than 17 million people in Myanmar, one in three people, are in need of humanitarian assistance. In 2020, the number of people in need of assistance across the country did not even reach one million, according to a statement from the US Embassy.

Children under the age of five, with the United Nations World Food Program, in conflict-ridden regions and states. More than 750,000 people, including pregnant and lactating mothers, are expected to receive nutritional support.

The press release also commended those who are continuing to provide emergency life-saving support to people in need, and who are peacefully working towards an inclusive democratic future for Myanmar.
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