United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Agence des Etats-Unis pour le développement international
1961, USA, by executive order of President John F Kennedy, on signature of the USA 'Foreign Assistance Act'. Derives from the Marshall Plan for reconstruction of Europe after World War II and the Truman Administration's 'Point Four Program'. Also known as Agency for International Development (AID).
Implement USA's foreign economic and humanitarian assistance programs; work to achieve sustainable development; advance US foreign policy objectives.
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