USAID Acting Administrator Travels To Kenya, Announces $7M To Help Nation Recover From Pandemic-Related Economic Losses

USAID: United States Announces $7 Million To Help Kenya Recover From Economic Losses From COVID-19
“The United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), announced a new, three-year Local Works program that will provide up to $7 million to support local communities in the Mara landscape and Northern and Coastal Kenya as they recover from the loss of tourism and livelihoods because of the pandemic of COVID-19…” (10/6).

USAID: Readout Of USAID Acting Administrator John Barsa’s Travel To The Republic Of Kenya
USAID Acting Spokesperson Pooja Jhunjhunwala provides an overview of USAID Acting Administrator John Barsa’s visit to Kenya (10/6).

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