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EU: €600 million for the most vulnerable ACP to tackle food crisis

The President Von der Leyen announced the reallocation of €600 million from the European Development Fund for the most vulnerable ACP countries hit by the food crisis triggered by the Russian aggression against Ukraine.

 West and Central Africa: for food production and resilience €20 million for
Cameroon, €10 million for Chad, €10 million for Ivory Coast, €10 million for Ghana,
€12 million for Mauritania, €25 million for Niger, €15 million for Senegal, €10
million for Togo. For emergency food assistance €6.5 million for Burkina Faso, €6.5
million for Cameroon, €6 million for Central African Republic, €7.5 million for Chad,
€6 million for Mali, €1 million for Mauritania, €6 million for Niger, €7.5 million for
Nigeria, €1.5 million for the region.
 Eastern Africa/Great Lakes: for food production and resilience €25 million for
DRC, €10 million for Kenya, €10 million for Rwanda, €20 million for Somalia and
€10 million for Uganda. For emergency food assistance €16 million for DRC, €2
million for Burundi refugee crisis, €2.5 million for Horn of Africa, €8 million for
Ethiopia, €8 million for Somalia, €29 million for Sudan, €5.5 million for South
Sudan.
 Southern Africa: €10 million for Madagascar, €15 million for Malawi, €15 million for
Mozambique and €20 million for Zambia. For emergency food assistance €4 million
for Madagascar, €8 million for Mozambique, €4 million for Zimbabwe, €0.5 million
for Southern Africa region.

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