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UN probing British father and daughter who received $61m for projects after New York party


Investigators at the United Nations are probing the organization’s dealings with a British father and daughter who received $61 million for charitable projects after diplomats met them at a party in New York.

The UN Office for Project Services (UNOPS) said internal investigators are reviewing its links to British businessman David Kendrick, 58, the founder of Sustainable Housing Solutions (SHS), after he was given $58.8 million for projects including building houses in developing countries.

The agency’s relationship with his daughter, Daisy Kendrick, 27, and her company We Are The Oceans (WATO) are also under investigation after she was given $3 million to produce a pop song performed by singer Joss Stone, who was not paid and has said she thought it was a fundraising project. 

The UN agency also gave Ms Kendrick, who interned at the UN after graduating Northeastern University in Boston, the $3 million to create a video game and a website raising awareness about environmental…



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