Yangon-based US Embassy announced in the third week of February, 2023 that the United States is providing an additional $50 million in humanitarian assistance for emergency food and nutrition assistance in Myanmar, where increased displacements, armed conflict, and growing food insecurity are compounding existing needs.
The Japanese Foreign Ministry announced on 28 February that Japan would give US$ 60.3 million to Myanmar as additional humanitarian assistance.
The foreign governments which have witnessed the plights of Myanmar people are making approaches using the different forms of encouragement, consolations and sympathy. However, they cannot assess whether the Myanmar people in need actually receive humanitarian aid.
This week, the BNI-Myanmar Peace Monitor’s weekly news review will focus on the direction of international humanitarian aid.
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