USAID supports 69 vulnerable youth to grow Kenya’s economy
USAID HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Team Lead Elizabeth Meassick who presided over the graduation said the program has enabled more than 400 young Kenyans to complete university education and join Kenya’s labor market as professionals.
“The U.S. government’s investment in girls’ education and well-being impacts far more than a single individual. Her opportunities for better health and a better future create a better life for her family, and build strong self-reliant communities and nations,” she said during the graduation ceremony held in Nairobi on Saturday. Read More
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