For generations, the United States has been a leader in providing development assistance to alleviate suffering in Kenya and across the globe. But food price spikes and resulting instability in 2007 and 2008 were a wake-up call: More needed to be done to break the vicious cycle of hunger and poverty.
USAID has a powerful partnership with Bomet, and there are so many things we have already achieved together. We have been working in Bomet for a long time. There’s a reason why you see the big USAID sign on the way to Tenwek Hospital.
It is an honor to be here this morning. Today, the United States and Kenya join hands to reaffirm our joint commitment to the fight against climate change. Today, we take action that will help us avert a worldwide climate catastrophe. Today, we launch a joint three-year project to help Kenya achieve its goal of low-carbon, sustainable economic growth and development.
Kenyan non-profit non-governmental organization Act Change Transform (Act!), in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Embassy of Sweden today officially commissioned the newly restored Kipsigon Health Center, which had been destroyed during the 2006-2008 conflicts, and the new Chepyuk Community Water Project.
Last updated: February 14, 2015