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In his remarks, Mr. Staal said, "This new funding underscores the United States' commitment to working with Ethiopia to prevent
this drought from becoming a humanitarian catastrophe."
With this announcement, the United States has provided nearly $705 million in humanitarian assistance since October 2014,
and continues to be the largest humanitarian donor to Ethiopia.
The U.S., in the press release issued by its embassy here on Friday, commended the other donors who have contributed
generously to the drought response.
It also urged others to join the ongoing international effort to address the drought's impacts and also protect hard-earned
Source: U.S. Embassy
USAID announces $128 mln in additional aid to Ethiopia
May 16, 2016
(EBC; May 13, 2016) - The
United States Agency for
(USAID) announced on Friday
nearly $128 million in additional
humanitarian assistance to help
the people of Ethiopia face the
impacts of the worst drought in
fifty years, a press release from
the U.S. embassy disclosed.
Acting Assistant Administrator
for the Bureau of Democracy,
Conflict, and Humanitarian
Affairs Thomas H. Staal
announced the new funding in
Commissioner Mitiku Kassa -
from Ethiopia's National
Disaster Risk Management