U.S. To Provide $407M In Health, Development Aid To Tanzania After Cancelling Similar Amount In March

Reuters: U.S. pledges $407 mln aid to Tanzania, after blocking funds in March
“The United States pledged $407 million aid to Tanzania on Monday, months after cancelling a similar payment due to an election that it said had violated the country’s commitment to democracy. … The U.S. embassy said the $407 would be disbursed this year to support the areas of health, agriculture, natural resource management, education, energy, and democratic governance…” (Ng’wanakilala, 8/1).

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