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Three weeks after Nepal's devastating earthquake, the United States has contributed more than $27 million, including food and shelter supplies.
U.S. commitment to Nepal earthquake relief is up to nearly $26 million, providing emergency shelter, medical supplies, safe drinking water and sanitation.
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The U.S. joins the United Nations, other countries and international groups working on disaster relief in coordination with the government of Nepal.