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Ukraine and its neighbors, including Romania, are receiving aid


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The Japanese government has announced that it will provide $ 100 million in emergency humanitarian aid to Ukraine, as well as to neighboring countries, including Romania.

This measure is to implement the emergency humanitarian assistance announced by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on February 27, responding to urgent needs in areas such as housing, health and medical care, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), food, child protection in Ukraine and other countries. neighboring Poland, Hungary, Moldova, Slovakia and Romania, through six international organizations and Japanese NGOs.

The Japanese government, in collaboration with the international community, including G7 members, will continue to provide support and support to the troubled Ukrainian people, according to a statement from the Japanese Embassy, ​​quoted by Digi24.

The objectives and distribution of emergency humanitarian assistance provided through international organizations present in Romania are the following:

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF): child protection, health and medical care, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), education ($ 1,792,800 for Romania), International Organization for Migration (IOM): shelters, non-food items, health and care ($ 473,900 for Romania), United Nations World Food Program (WFP): food ($ 2 million for Romania, Moldova, Slovakia; exact amount for each country has not yet been determined), United Nations World Food Program United Nations (WFP): logistics ($ 2 million for Ukraine and neighboring countries; exact amount for Romania has not yet been determined), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR): shelters, non-food products, protection ($ 12.8 million for Poland, Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Slovakia, Hungary; the exact amount for each country has not yet been established).