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Global emergency aid delivery could end next month, UN warns

Published Fri Jun 19 2020 10:33:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
A global emergency delivery service that has kept tons of humanitarian aid flowing despite coronavirus travel restrictions could shut down next month if funding can’t be found to keep it running. The World Food Program warns that the shortfall comes “just as demand for this service is reaching its peak." Of the $965 million to keep the service going through the end of the year, $178 million has been confirmed. The emergency delivery service has been key in shipping tons of aid for the pandemic and other crises like HIV and cholera that need drugs and vaccines to keep flowing. 
by By CARA ANNA
Global emergency aid delivery could end next month, UN warns
Global emergency aid delivery could end next month, UN warns