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The Money will be handled to UN agencies and their partners to aid critical support, which includes clean water, food, cash, nutritional help, medical services, and shelter. Yemen will receive $20 million.
“Hundreds of thousands of children are going to sleep hungry every night while their parents are worried sick about how to feed them. A war halfway around the world makes their prospects even worse. This allocation will save lives,” said Martin Griffiths, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator.
Food insecurity is considered to be driven by armed conflict, drought and economic turmoil, and the Ukraine conflict is making a dire situation even worse.
Humanitarians measure food insecurity levels using a five-point scale which is called the Integrated Phase Classification (IPC).
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