USAID Provides an Additional $234 Million for Health, Agriculture, and Education in Nigeria

Development assistance under 2015 agreement reaches $1.8 billion Abuja – On June 2, 2020, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced notification of an additional $234.5 million in development assistance to continue support for the goals outlined in the 2015 bilateral Development Objectives Assistance Agreement (DOAG) between the U.S. and Nigerian governments. Most of …

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Deputy Chief of Mission Kathleen FitzGibbon’s Remarks at the 2019 SME Conference – Abuja

Distinguished guests and partners in development, I am pleased to join you at the 2019 Small and Medium Enterprise Conference, hosted by the Kaduna State chapter of the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce.  We at the U.S. Mission in Nigeria are happy to partner with you again on this annual event. The topic of this year’s …

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USAID Launches Agribusiness Investment Activity To Promote Private Sector Investment in Agriculture

New ‘Feed the Future’ initiative will strengthen Nigeria’s business enabling environment to boost private sector investment in select agribusiness value chains  Abuja – Under a new contract with Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA), an international agricultural development organization, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) recently launched the new Feed the Future Nigeria Agribusiness Investment Activity. This activity aims …

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TRANSCRIPT – AGOA Forum: Telephone Press Briefing with U.S. Government officials on Africa Affairs & Trade in Africa.

Telephonic Press Briefing with Mr. Peter Henry Barlerin, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African Affairs, and Ms. Constance A. Hamilton, Acting Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Africa, Via Teleconference, Foreign Press Center, Washington, DC August 3, 2017 OPERATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your patience in standing by. Welcome to the Preview Africa Growth Opportunity …

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USAID Seed Donation Yields ‘Bumper Crop’

IDP and host communities transition from food distribution to food production Before the harvest, Mary Utsewa touched an ear of maize so large she could hardly get her hand around it.  She looked at the stalks reaching above her head and considered her good fortune.  Driven from her fields for three growing seasons by Boko …

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