As previously reported, the northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado has suffered a series of terrorist attacks by Islamic State groups, which have killed many villagers and displaced thousands. This week, Germany has donated 26 million euros to assist the victims of this Islamic terrorism in the African nation. The below article from the Portuguese-language Mozambican newspaper, Folha de Maputo, is translated by Fousesquawk.
National: Germany Donates 26 Million euros to support victims of Cabo Delgado
July 27, 2021
The German government has made 26 million euros available for an "urgent humanitarian response" in Cabo Delgado.
The amount was made available through the World Food Program (WFP) in response to an appeal made by the organization to the international community, targeting the "urgent availability of new funds" to support the victims of armed violence, according to a statement in possession of "Folha de Maputo."
In accordance with the statement, with the additional funds announced today, Germany has contributed to WFP in 2021 "twice as much as what was contributed in the last 4 years combined."
Armed groups have been terrorizing the province of Cabo Delgado since 2017, some attacks being claimed by the group, Islamic State.