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Ethiopia to get British aid !

 

Addis Ababa, 26th December 2002 (AFP),
By Banadir.com

Britain will give 15 million pounds in emergency aid to Ethiopia, where millions of people will face starvation next year (2003), a spokesman for the British Embassy in Addis Ababa said on Wednesday .

Desperately high levels of poverty make it difficult for ordinary people to cope with a raging drought in the region, the British Embassy said in a statement .

According to Ethiopian and United Nations data, at least 11 million people are at risk of starving in 2003 and another 3 million people could be on the brink of famine and may also need assistance .


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