We looked inside some of the tweets by @eu_echo and here's what we found interesting.
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In Donetsk, @UNHCRUkraine has been busy repairing👩🔧multistorey apartment buildings🏙️that had been damaged by conflict. So far in 2020, some 180 families👩👧👦have benefited, among them, displaced persons that moved back home🙆♀️These repairs have been possible thanks to @eu_echo 🇪🇺! https://t.co/sHbiKbMQVC
New funding from @eu_echo will allow #WFP #Afghanistan to distribute food to nearly 470,000 people affected by conflict & natural hazards, as well as food & nutrition support to 150,000 malnourished children and pregnant/breastfeeding mothers. Thank you!👉https://t.co/JK9mOXCJR1 https://t.co/xboGd8Rco2
Access to healthcare is a basic right, even in times of pandemics when health facilities struggle to cope. In Pakistan’s Hajizai camp for Afghan refugees, the EU supports @HI_Advocacy and @ICMC_news to ensure refugees continue to receive care during the #coronavirus outbreak. 🏥 https://t.co/04NsPAEY1f
One of the greatest humanitarian challenges today is displacement. +2M are displaced by violence in North-East Nigeria🇳🇬 alone. @ACTED and @eu_echo 's parternship in 7 countries, including in Nigeria, helps displaced communities with critical shelter, assistance & education. https://t.co/XlOAolhV1g