Rome/Seoul In response to the UN Flash Appeal for Ukraine and the Ukrainian refugee response plan in Moldova, WFP welcomed a $3 million gift from Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Korean government provided $2 million for food and financial aid, logistical support for the recent UN Flash appeal for Ukraine, and $1 million for WFP’s assistance to Ukrainian refugees in Moldova.. Since the situation in Ukraine, this is Korea’s second contribution. Korea gave $1.5 million in March 2022.
According to WFP Korea Office Director Marian Yun, “the support of the Korean Government and people will allow us to reach the most vulnerable populations in Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees in Moldova”. Stabilizing markets, reopening farms, and getting trucks, trains, and ships back on the move are all critical, as WFP’s executive director recently informed the UN Security Council.
WFP provides food and cash assistance to Ukrainians. Cash and hot meals are provided to Ukrainian refugees in Moldova through the World Food Program (WFP).
World Food Programme (WFP) is the largest humanitarian organization in the world, delivering food relief to communities affected by conflict or disasters, as well as climate change.