USAID Announces $6M In Aid For World Food Programme, UNICEF To Help Treat 50K Malnourished Children In Kenya

Xinhua News: U.S. provides 6 mln USD to treat 50,000 malnourished Kenyan children
“The U.S. through its development agency, USAID, said Monday it’s providing 600 million shillings (6 million dollars) to two U.N. agencies to treat about 50,000 malnourished children under five years of age in the coming months. The U.S. agency said the World Food Programme (WFP) and UNICEF each received 3 million dollars to procure and distribute specialized products made in Kenya for the treatment of acute malnutrition in children…” (6/10).

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