Japan to Fund UNIDO Projects in Africa Worth over USD 7 Million

The government of Japan will fund UNIDO-based projects in Africa in order to provide training and equipment to various groups in different countries. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, US $1.3 million will be used to help improve the local agro-processing sector, expecting to benefit 4,000 people. In Kenya, US $1 million will be used to aid in soy bean processing technology distribution.


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