Kenya Offers UN-Habitat Sh3m More

BY LEOPARD OBI AND ANNITA CHEPKOECH

Kenya will increase its contribution to the United Nations Human Settlement Foundation by $30,000 (Sh3 million), President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Monday.

During the inaugural Habitat assembly at the UN offices in Gigiri, Mr. Kenyatta stressed the country’s commitment to implementing the Urban Agenda, a programme jointly set up by countries to elevate the status of towns and improve the quality of life. Read more…

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