The U.S. on Tuesday announced 32.6 million dollars in new funding for humanitarian assistance to address severe food insecurity currently by over three millionpeople Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec said.
According to the Ambassador, funding is part of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s ongoing support to Kenya’s drought response.
“The U.S. is helping to feed children and families who are suffering as a result of the drought.
“We are working to save lives and to support Kenyan efforts to build resilience in the most vulnerable communities,” Godec said in a statement issued in Nairobi.
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