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Principal secretaries from the East African partner states have jointly agreed to initiate programs that will address challenges facing millions of people living within the community. The secretaries from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan, and The Democratic Republic of Congo adopted the report by the senior officials that would see the quick implementation of the projects within the lake Victoria basin commissions. The secretaries spoke during the official closure of the 10th regional policy steering meeting in Kisumu.
Principal secretaries from EA partner states agree to launch programs to address challenges
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