How U.S. Hurricanes Are Complicating International Aid Reaction

This time World Vision brought in $900,000.
” He’s confident that the subsequent retooling of staffing arrangements with both full-time personnel and contractors has left OFDA prepared for the current wave of crises.
She is leading the international component of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s response to the hurricanes.
And doing the kind of core work World Vision would normally undertake — for instance rebuilding the water supply and supporting the health sector — is out of the question without a rapid influx of additional funds.
Congress has seemed on track to restore those cuts — there’s been longstanding bipartisan support for this kind of aid.

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