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December 30, 2019

Spanning more than five decades, the U.S.-Kenya partnership is a tapestry of ties in government, business, academia, development, and civil society. Each year, the American people invest close to $1 billion (100 billion Kenyan shillings) in Kenya to advance our mutual security, prosperity, and democratic values. Our investment in Kenya’s future is guided by the great promise of the 2010 Kenya Constitution and Kenya’s own development goals.

December 30, 2019

Spanning more than five decades, the U.S.-Kenya partnership is a tapestry of ties in government, business, academia, development, and civil society. Each year, the American people invest close to $1 billion (100 billion Kenyan shillings) in Kenya to advance our mutual security, prosperity, and democratic values. Our investment in Kenya’s future is guided by the great promise of the 2010 Kenya Constitution and Kenya’s own development goals.

December 30, 2019

Spanning more than five decades, the U.S.-Kenya partnership is a tapestry of ties in government, business, academia, development, and civil society. Each year, the American people invest close to $1 billion (100 billion Kenyan shillings) in Kenya to advance our mutual security, prosperity, and democratic values. Our investment in Kenya’s future is guided by the great promise of the 2010 Kenya Constitution and Kenya’s own development goals.

December 30, 2019

Spanning more than five decades, the U.S.-Kenya partnership is a tapestry of ties in government, business, academia, development, and civil society. Each year, the American people invest close to $1 billion (100 billion Kenyan shillings) in Kenya to advance our mutual security, prosperity, and democratic values. Our investment in Kenya’s future is guided by the great promise of the 2010 Kenya Constitution and Kenya’s own development goals.

December 27, 2019

As part of the Agency's Journey to Self-Reliance, the USAID Kenya and East Africa mission issued Kaunti Kuimarisha Uendelevu (Swahili for “County-Driven Sustainability”), a partnership opportunity for local organizations. USAID organized information sessions in 13 counties, with more than 1,000 participants – thousands more Kenyans signed up online.

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Last updated: January 28, 2020

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