It is the article I saw on the bbc news few months ago.

He stood by a pledge, made in a speech sunday in Cairo, for funding to HELP BUILD "human capacities,infrastructure and so on for those blablabla"


You can use an infinitive either with to or without to after the verb "help", without any difference in meaning. So it's correct to say "...... for funding to help build/to help to build......".

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