UN to Double Yemeni Food Aid to $14 Million as Starvation Looms

Published November 13th, 2018 - 08:52 GMT
The United Nations decided to increase their aid to $14 Million, instead of the $7 Million. (Shutterstock)
The United Nations decided to increase their aid to $14 Million, instead of the $7 Million. (Shutterstock)

The United Nations’ Food Program has been investing a huge portion of their budget to the Middle East recently, especially all the war zones such as Yemen, Sudan, and Libya.

So in a recent attempt to battle starvation and put an end to it, The United Nations decided to increase their aid to $14 Million, instead of the $7 Million they have been receiving ever since the war erupted.

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