USAID's Liberia Spending Totals USD2B

The U.S. Agency for International Development has spent more than USD2 billion for development initiatives in Liberia in the last seven years, a U.S. aid officer on the ground recently said. 

Liberia’s The Daily Observer reports that USAID economic growth team leader McDonald Homer cited the agency’s partnership with the Liberian government and communities for the effective implementation of USAID projects in the country.

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