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Signing Financing Agreement of SIVAP between AfDB & GOK Worth Ksh 6.23 billion
afbCabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) and Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre signing financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) toady, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the agriculture and Food Secuirity Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB)).

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Cabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) and Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre exchange signed financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) toady, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the agriculture and Food Secuirity Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB)).


afdbCabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) and Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre listen as Mr. Micheni Japhet Ntiba, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Fisheries Development makes his remarks during the signing financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) toady, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the agriculture and Food Secuirity Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB)).
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afdbGabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre (Left) flanked Cabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich address the press when they b both signed financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) today, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB.


afdbCabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) with Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre address the press when they both signed financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) today, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB.

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afdbCabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich (Right) and Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre share a word when they both signed financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) today, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi.The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by the Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), but administered through AfDB.

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Cabinet Secretary, Treasury, Henry Rotich and Gabriel Negatu, Director African Development Bank (AfDB), East Africa Resource Centre greet one another after signing financing agreement between AfDB and Government of Kenya for Small-Scale Irrigation and Value Addition Project (SIVAP) today, Thursday, February 4, 2016 at the Treasury Building in Nairobi. The  signed agreement  of agricultural development financial support amounting to USD 62.346 million  (Kshs. 6.23 billion) is divided into two components: AfDB loan totalling USD 39.546 million (3.95 billion) and grant amounting to USD 22.8 million (Kshs. 2.28 billion) advanced by