will provide $4.4 million in aid to Somalia, for projects
to provide primary health care services and access to safe
water, and to transport food and medicine.
also announced it would provide $300,000 to improve the port
of Berbera, which is a critical part of the region's infrastructure
has 1.2 million people at risk from the drought, and the U.S.
government is responding by providing $14.6 million in food
additional announcements bring total USAID non-food assistance
to $22 million this fiscal year.
in addition to the $323.6 million in food aid the U.S. is
sending to the Horn of Africa.
Agency for International Development is the U.S. government
agency that provides development and humanitarian assistance