Over the next 3 years, the Biden administration will donate $55 billion to Africa.

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Over the next 3 years, the Biden administration will donate $55 billion to Africa.

The United States is “all in on Africa’s future,” said President Joe Biden, adding, “When Africa succeeds, the United States succeeds.”

President Joe Biden said his nation is “all in on Africa’s future” during the US-Africa Leaders summit that is now taking place in Washington.

When speaking to a gathering of 49 African leaders on Wednesday, the US president said, “The United States benefits when Africa succeeds. Quite frankly, success extends to the entire world.”

In addition to his remarks, Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser at the White House, emphasised that the United States wants to assist African nations in achieving their own objectives.

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