United States Provides $5.5 million To Nepal For Covid-19 Control

June 10, 2020 | Investopaper

United States has provided additional assistance for the prevention and control of Covid-19. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided additional US $ 5.5 million (approximately Rs. 630 million) to Nepal for the prevention and control of COVID-19. Earlier, the United States had provided $ 1.8 million in assistance.

USAID has provided for health assistance at the local level to facilitate risk communication operations, laboratory system preparation, case detection and monitoring activities, and technical experts for response and pre-preparation. US has a strong and collaborative partnership with the Government of Nepal for more than 70 years, providing more than $1.5 billion in assistance to support the development of Nepal’s agriculture, education, health, education, and other socio-economic sectors.

United States has been the world’s largest bilateral aid provider for decades in the field of global health. Since 2009, US taxpayers have generously provided more than $ 100 billion in health care and nearly $70 billion in humanitarian aid.

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