A pledging conference for Venezuelan refugees chaired by Canada today raised about US$1.55 billion in grants and loans to help countries dealing with the world’s largest displacement crisis after Syria.
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The total raised was less than last year, when governments contributed US$2.79 billion. But more of the money raised this year came in the form of grants?rather than loans —?US$954 million, compared to US$653 million in 2020.