World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director, David Beasley said important progress has been made in Ethiopia’s Tigray region.
The executive director made the remark on his twitter after his visit to the region today.
He also said that 107 million USD is needed as soon as possible in a bid to scale-up WFP’s operations in the region.
Beasley wrote, “I’m back on the ground here in Ethiopia, talking with our team, getting updates and continuing to push to reach everyone in need in Tigray. Important progress is being made, but much more to do. We need 107 million USD as soon as possible to scale-up WFP’s operations.” ENA Reports