On November 17, the United Nations allocated $ 100 million from its Central Emergency Response Fund to prevent famine in seven countries that are facing severe consequences of conflicts, economic shocks, climate change and the COVID-19 epidemic.

$ 80 million will be distributed among Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, South Sudan and Yemen. The largest amount — $ 30 million - will be allocated to projects in Yemen. Another $ 20 million is intended for Ethiopia, where a prolonged drought has created an extremely difficult humanitarian situation.

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