Zambia Vice President Inonge Wina Discusses Concerns Over Proposed Cuts To U.S. Foreign Aid

ABC: Zambia fears health programs will suffer under Donald Trump’s proposal to cut foreign aid
“Critical programs across Africa will be impacted by significant foreign aid funding cuts proposed by the Trump administration, the sub-Saharan nation of Zambia has warned. … Questioned about U.S. aid cuts during a recent trip to Australia, Zambia’s Vice President Inonge Wina said a range of health programs in her country would be impacted. … Zambia’s vice president says her government is looking at alternative funding avenues to maintain existing health programs in the face of the U.S. budget cuts. … ‘As a country we are preparing ourselves for any eventualities’…” (Van Extel, 3/28).

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