The US will allocate humanitarian aid to the residents of Myanmar for $50 million

The United States believes that allocating these funds will allow international and non-governmental organizations to provide emergency food aid, protection, shelter, basic medical care, water, and sanitary conditions to the residents of Myanmar.

The U.S will allocate humanitarian aid to the residents of Myanmar for $50 million

The United States believes The American authorities will send $50 million to provide humanitarian assistance to the residents of Myanmar and those who were forced to flee the country. This is stated in a statement by the press service of the State Department, distributed on Tuesday.

As follows from the document, “in the light of the February 1 coup, people from Burma (as the US calls Myanmar) are still leaving their homes because of the ongoing violence.” It is expected that more than 700 thousand people will be provided with assistance, including those who “fled from Burma or were evicted from their homes.”

The United States believes that the allocation of these funds “will allow international and non-governmental organizations to provide the people of Burma with emergency food aid, protection, shelter, basic medical care, water, and create sanitary conditions.”

The provision of funds was announced by the US Permanent Representative to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, during a visit to Thailand. This country will also receive US aid for $ 5 million. The US authorities believe that this will “mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on people’s lives” in Thailand and Myanmar.es that allocating these funds will allow international and non-governmental organizations to provide emergency food aid, protection, shelter, basic medical care, water, and sanitary conditions to the residents of Myanmar.

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