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SDF offensive against ISIS-held parts of Ar Raqqah displaces nearly 160,100 people between April 1 and May 23. SDF gains control of Al Thawrah and Tabqa Dam, enabling IDP returns to the area. SARG regains control of city of Homs following final evacuations of opposition fighters and their families from the city’s Al Wa’er neighborhood

USG announces additional $45 million for the Nigeria humanitarian response. More than 11,800 people relocate to Nigeria’s Banki town from Cameroon in May. WFP continues providing emergency food assistance to IDPs and refugees across the Lake Chad Basin Region. International donors contribute $24 million to the Nigerian Humanitarian Fund

Ongoing violence displaces an additional 200,000 people in April. Health actors report suspected cholera cases in Aburoc. US government (USG) announces $142 million in new humanitarian assistance.

Renewed outbreak of cholera spreads in 19 governorates, with more than 41,900 suspected cases recorded since late April. US government (USG) contributes an additional $77.1 million to support emergency relief operations in Yemen. Humanitarian agencies, including USG partners, provide life-saving assistance to approximately 4.8 million people from January to early May.

On May 24, the U.S. Government (USG) announced more than $64 million in new humanitarian assistance for drought- and conflict-affected Somalis. The new assistance includes $30.4 million from USAID/OFDA, more than $5.6 million from USAID/FFP, and $28.1 million from State/PRM to meet emergency food, nutrition, health, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) needs for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable communities in Somalia and Somali refugees in the region.

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Budget request for USAID defends our national security interests and addresses the challenges to American leadership abroad. It acknowledges that U.S. assistance must be more effective while continuing to advance our foreign policy and economic interests – as well as our values. Strong American leadership will promote development and provide lifesaving assistance, along with diplomacy and defense efforts, to support U.S. national interests. USAID helps to build a more stable, resilient, and prosperous world, and assists vulnerable populations. We make Americans safer at home and abroad by addressing such challenges as extreme poverty, food insecurity, pandemic disease, conflict, violence, and poor governance that can foster violent extremism, instability, transnational crime and other security threats.

يعتمد الأردن في تلبية غالبية احتياجاته من الطاقة على استيراد النفظ والغاز. تواجه المملكة تحديات عديدة تتمثل في التقلبات المستمرة في أسعار الطاقة والزيادة السريعة على الطلب من الجانب المحلي الذي تحظى تكاليفه بدعم كبير من قبل الحكومة. يوفّر برنامج بناء قدرات قطاع الطاقة الممول من الوكالة الأمريكية للتنمية الدولية الدعم اللازم لشركات توليد وتوزيع الطاقة والمستهلكين الأردنيين لتشجيعهم على تبني أفضل الممارسات في مجال كفاءة الطاقة وتطوير مصادر بديلة ومتجددة للطاقة.

Populations across northeastern Nigeria continue to experience acute food insecurity, high acute malnutrition levels, and increased risks of excess mortality, according to the USAID-funded Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET). The onset of the May-to-October rainy season—which complicates road access—could potentially further limit humanitarian access and relief operations in some areas of the region. The UN and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in northeastern Nigeria are developing contingency plans for the rainy season and expanding storage capacity in Borno State to facilitate the delivery of food and other humanitarian assistance to vulnerable populations.

The United States has had a diplomatic relationship with ASEAN since 1977, cooperating in trade, economic and social development, people-to-people connections, institutional strengthening, national security, defense, science and technology and education.

To date, in response to Hurricane Matthew, the U.S. Government has committed $101.3 million in funding, including $42.6 million from USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP), approximately $39 million from USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), $11 million from the U.S. Department of Defense, and $8.7 million from the USAID Mission in Haiti. USAID’s assistance is carried out by more than 20 implementing partners and local organizations based in the hurricane-affected southwestern departments of Grande Anse, Nippes, and Sud.

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Last updated: July 26, 2017

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