Russia largest N. Korea WFP donor in 2015 – corrected
Donations total $9 million, will be used to provide enriched food to most insecure
Correction 16.12.2015: Russia’s most recent $3 million donation to the WFP will be used in the first quarter of 2016, and so will not count towards 2015 totals. Switzerland was subsequently the largest donor in 2015, with $6.7 million, to Russia’s $6 million.
Russia has become the largest donor to the UN’s World Food Program (WFP) North Korea project this year, bringing its total to $9 million with a recent additional $3 million donation, according to a report from Voice of America (VOA).
The funds will be put towards the WFP’s program of providing enriched foods to children and pregnant
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