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UAlbany gets $50 million for Kenyan development project

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The University at Albany’s work with the Kenyan government to implement its 2010 constitution was rewarded Tuesday with a nearly $50 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development. The grant will help the Center for International Development at UAlbany work on Kenyan government development for the next five years. The center has been running a “parliamentary strengthening” program to help the country create county governments and a national senate. The 2010 constitution instituted ...

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