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Jan 11, 2018 | News, Press Release
BERLIN – Germany’s support for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) reached an all-time record in 2016 of €791.5 million.
Of this amount, the largest single contribution ever to a WFP operation – €570 million – went to Syria and neighbouring countries, helping to restore food assistance to nearly six million of the most vulnerable people in this region last year.
In addition, the German Government boosted WFP preparedness, resilience, nutrition and innovation programmes through increased multi-year investments.
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Oct 27, 2015 by Bruce Campbell (CCAFS) and Lisa Goddard (IRI)
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