The United Nations has a $ 150 million in humanitarian actions for 13% of funds.

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The United Nations has a $ 150 million in humanitarian actions for 13% of funds.

2022-01-15 00:09:00 31 ℃

Xinhua News Agency, January 13 (Reporter Wang Jiangang) The United Nations allocated $ 150 million from the Central Emergency Safety Fund on the 13th, used for 13 humanitarian actions in Africa, America, Asia, etc..

The Central Emergency Response Fund will support humanitarian rescue actions in Syria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Burkina Faso, Haiti and Lebanon.

The United Nations deputy secretary-general of the humanitarian affairs, the emergency rescue coordinator Martin Griffis said: "This Central Emergency Fund has always been aid to address the most urgent needs of the disadvantaged community."

Recently released United Nations Global Humanitarian Overview "predicts that 2.74 million people will need humanitarian assistance this year. The United Nations hopes to provide with its partners to provide at least $ 41 billion funds to assist 183 million most vulnerable groups.

The Central Emergency Safety was created by the United Nations General Assembly in 2005, with a donation of more than 130 Member States and observers and other donors, including individuals, with hundreds of millions of dollars in more than 110 countries. Assistance, including $ 2.4 billion to the lack of copened funds.