E.U. Provides $24.5M To Uganda For Efforts To Reach Goals, Sustain Efforts On MDGs

International Business Times: E.U. Gives Uganda $24.5M Reward For Millennium Development Goals Performance And To Support Further Progress
“The European Union gave $24.5 million Tuesday to Uganda to reward the East African country for staying on track with its Millennium Development Goals agenda and for its progress so far in sustaining socioeconomic development…” (Winsor, 9/15).

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