A total of 13 countries drawn from central, northern Sub-Saharan Africa, Central America, the Middle East, Asia, and the Caribbean will get a share of a $150 million (or about N$2.4 billion) humanitarian crisis bailout by the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund. News24 quotes the UN says the bailout “represents a lifeline for the millions of people caught up in underfunded crises” with the body’s Relief Chief, Martin Griffiths, in a tweet, calling it the largest relief fund in the history of the aid agency.
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