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Kenya: Kenya Receives U.S.$50 Million From World Bank to Address COVID-19 Pandemic

allAfrica.com Friday, 3 April 2020
[Capital FM] The World Bank Group Board of Directors has approved US$50 million -Sh5.3 billion- in immediate funding to support Kenya's response to the global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic under a new operation - the Kenya COVID -19 Emergency Response Project.
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