US$50,000 aid for Suriname - USA Govt
The United States is providing $50,000 to Suriname to help victims of heavy flooding in that South American nation.
In a May 12 statement, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) said the $50,000 for Suriname has been provided to that country's Red Cross for the purchase and distribution of relief supplies to meet the basic needs of communities affected by the flooding. The relief supplies include food, tarps and water purifiers to meet the needs of the affected population.
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