Z’bar first VP, USAID mission director hand over youth based projects

Z’bar first VP, USAID mission director hand over youth based projects

ZANZIBAR’s First Vice President Othman Masoud Othman and USAID-Tanzania Mission Director V. Kate Somvongsiri $1,052,564.82 million in grants from the U.S. Government to 14 youth based organizations at the USAID Advancing Youth ceremony at the Zanzibar Beach Resort.

Implemented in the Iringa, Mbeya, and Zanzibar regions, USAID Advancing Youth supports rural youth; aged 15-35, to engage in agribusiness and other rural value chains and increase their economic opportunities while promoting leadership and healthy lifestyles.

USAID Mission Director, V. Kate Somvongsiri, noted that “the U.S. government is committed to supporting Tanzania’s youth and both the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar and the Government of Tanzania to achieve Vision 2020 and Vision 2025, which aim to uplift Tanzanian lives.”

Zanzibar’s First Vice President and USAID Mission Director met 45 Advancing Youth beneficiaries who demonstrated how they process their products including yogurt, fruit jams, honey, foods, and moringa powder. 

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