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Japan to provide $2.8 billion worth of aid for better nutrition -PM Kishida -Breaking


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – An elderly person receives food assistance handouts to the poor as the spread coronavirus disease COVID-19 continues in Tokyo (Japan), May 9, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato

TOKYO, Reuters – Japan is set to provide more than $2.8 billion of aid over the next three years in order to combat malnutrition exacerbated due coronavirus pandemic. Prime Minister Fumio Kishhida spoke at an online summit about nutrition for growth Tuesday.

Kishida addressed the Japan-sponsored event, which was attended by over 80 countries and agencies. He stated that his country would give 10,000,000 doses coronavirus vaccines to Africa countries, where rates of vaccination remain low, and he will be addressing them. 

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