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USAID Kenya 11h
It’s almost time!!! Join us tomorrow 26th October using and hear about winners of the competition. We had amazing submissions about peace from the youth. See you Kesho!
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USAID Kenya Oct 23
How do we keep safe when travelling? Remember to wear a mask properly, covering your mouth and nose completely, and maintain social distance when using public transport to avoid COVID-19 infection and transmission.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 23
Crimes against elephants and rhinos in Africa robs communities of their natural resources and livelihoods, fuel corruption & undermine the rule of law and hard-fought conservation gains. See the U.S. government’s response to stopping wildlife trafficking:
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 22
Media note on U.S.-Kenya Strategic Consultations:
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 22
Here's an excellent resource for companies submitting a proposal for the Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project () Round 2 of the Results Based Financing Facility for Solar Service Providers. RFP closes November 6, 2020 (17:00 EAT) →
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 21
Ambassador McCarter: “The United States Government is pleased to support a Kenyan institution that presents an innovative approach to infrastructure investment." KEPFIC intends to mobilize more than KES 25 billion over the next 5 years for infrastructure investment.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 21
Replying to @USEmbassyKenya
The consortium supported by the U.S. Government through USAID’s Kenya Investment Mechanism, Power Africa, World Bank Group & MiDA Advisors (in p/ship with USAID INVEST) provides an opportunity for beneficial collaboration between Kenyan & American pension funds & other investors.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 21
This afternoon, Ambassador McCarter joined partners to launch the Kenya Pension Fund Investment Consortium - KEPFIC. The consortium will enable pension schemes to jointly make sustainable long-term infrastructure and alternative asset investments in the region.
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Ambassador Kyle McCarter Oct 20
Great time w/ King Kaka & team last week. Using the arts to promote peace & express opinions (even tough political ones) & give youth someone to look up to. Can you imagine what else we did together?
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US Africa Media Hub Oct 18
African businesses & American investors are natural partners. Africa offers incredible growth, innovation & opportunity; the U.S. offers the largest capital markets in the world& a commitment to the highest standards of quality & transparency. Read more:
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 16
As the world’s biggest humanitarian organization picks up a Nobel Peace Prize — working with UN sister agencies, other partners and donors — here are a few things you might want to know about :
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 14
Yesterday, participated in with other U.S. Ambassadors in Africa & . continues to deepen economic ties w/ Kenya, encourage U.S. & African businesses to invest in Kenya. Details:
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 13
With the NEW course, "Fundamentals of Personal Money Management," you'll learn how to make smart money management decisions and achieve your goals! Learn how to take control of your finances here:
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Ambassador Kyle McCarter Oct 13
Great visit to Kirinyaga visiting Gov , Gathaka Poultry Group,Kiaga Feeds & grad Joyce Kamande of also delivered 153,000 masks Made in Kenya
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US Africa Media Hub Oct 12
The U.S. is the world’s largest donor of foreign aid, contributing $34.6 billion in 2019. This year, the U.S. has contributed more than $20 billion to fight COVID-19 around the world. Read more:
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USAID Kenya Oct 11
On International and every day, celebrates the power of girls across all sectors of development. Our support continues to help reach their full potential and build a bright future.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 12
The in February pledged up to $100 million to support global efforts to combat . On March 6, President Trump signed into law a coronavirus relief package that includes $1.3 billion in foreign assistance to help countries fight the pandemic.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 9
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 9
Congratulations to our friends and partners at the ! We’re proud to work with you to help the people of Kenya when they need it most.
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U.S. Embassy Nairobi Oct 9
LIVE TODAY 7PM EAT Watch with and 🏀 on facing mental illness, building resilience, and fighting stigma. Watch live! Ask questions on Facebook:
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