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The United States provided nearly $200 million in additional humanitarian assistance through international organizations and NGO partners in Mexico and Central America, bringing our total humanitarian assistance to the region since FY 2018 to more than $594 million.

Our assistance will support the humanitarian needs and protection of refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced persons, stateless persons, and vulnerable migrants in Mexico and Central America, as well as ongoing efforts through international organizations and NGO partners to assist governments by providing a range of support across the region.

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