An emergency grant from Japan in the amount of one million dollars to the displaced from Sudan to this Arab country
Displaced from Sudan, thanks to its humanitarian efforts and its commitment to provide urgent assistance, Japan announces a grant of one million US dollars for the displaced and returnees from Sudan to that Arab country.
This emergency grant comes as a concrete implementation of Prime Minister Kishida’s statement during his visit to Egypt last April, and reflects Japan’s commitment to alleviating the suffering of the displaced and providing them with the necessary support.
Japanese support to displaced people from Sudan in neighboring countries
In addition to the assistance to the displaced in Egypt, the Japanese government will provide a total amount of US$3.5 million to the displaced and returnees in Sudan’s neighboring countries, namely Egypt, Chad and South Sudan.
An emergency grant from Japan to support displaced persons and returnees in the neighboring country
Of this amount, one million US dollars will be allocated to the displaced in Egypt, in cooperation with the Egyptian Red Crescent.
Humanitarian assistance to the displaced in Egypt
This emergency grant is concerned with meeting the needs of the displaced in Egypt and improving their living conditions. Thanks to this grant, about 150,000 people will receive food assistance through the World Food Program (WFP).
Some 80,000 people will also receive essential non-food items, such as sanitary kits and water, through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This aid aims to provide the necessary support to the displaced and improve their living and health conditions.
Enhancing continuous cooperation with Egypt to protect the displaced
This emergency grant comes as an initiative to enhance cooperation between Japan and Egypt regarding the protection of displaced persons and returnees. The Japanese government seeks to support Egypt’s efforts to provide care and protection for the displaced and to stabilize them in the areas to which they return.
This ongoing cooperation between the two countries forms part of the global efforts to achieve stability and sustainable development in the region.
Japanese interest in the humanitarian issue
This emergency grant reflects Japan’s commitment to contributing to global humanitarian causes and providing support to those in need. Japan is a country committed to promoting peace, stability and sustainable development around the world, and regards humanitarian assistance as an essential part of its foreign policies.
In summary, Japan’s $1 million grant to the displaced and returnees in Egypt is a boost to humanitarian efforts and reflects Japan’s commitment to support and care for those in need. This assistance comes as part of the ongoing cooperation between Japan and Egypt in protecting the displaced and promoting stability in the region. This scholarship reflects Japan’s commitment to global humanitarian causes and enhances its role.