Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Without new funds, Africa could pay for Finnish generosity in tsunami

Within the first two weeks of January, Finland allocated EUR 20 million, one-third of its entire humanitarian budget, for the two countries worst hit by the tsunami crisis, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The math is simple. Unless extra funds are added to the humanitarian aid budget, other emergencies - probably in Africa -will pay for Finnish generosity in Southeast Asia.

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