United States Agency for International Development (USAID) - Explained
What is the USAID?
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What is USAID?
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is an agency run by the U.S government to foster international development, alleviate extreme poverty globally, and also promote self-sustenance and resilience in countries of the world.
This agency helps in executing foreign policy and fostering development across countries of the world.
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Academic Research on U.S. Agency for International Development
- The neoliberalization of development: Trade capacity building and security at the US Agency for International Development, Essex, J. (2008). Antipode, 40(2), 229-251.
- Deservedness, development, and the state: Geographic categorization in the US Agency for International Development's Foreign Assistance Framework, Essex, J. (2008). Geoforum, 39(4), 1625-1636.
- Evaluating the use of remote sensing data in the US Agency for International Development Famine Early Warning Systems Network, Brown, M. E., & Brickley, E. B. (2012). Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 6(1), 063511.
- Prospects for coal briquettes as a substitute fuel for wood and charcoal in US Agency for International Development assisted countries, Perlack, R. D., Stevenson, G. G., & Shelton, R. B. (1986). (No. ORNL/TM-9770). Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (USA).
- The population assistance program of the US Agency for International Development., Gillespie, D. G., & Seltzer, J. R. (1990).
- Bilateral aid in communications: the US Agency for International Development, Block, C. H. (1985). Journal of Communication, 35(2), 27-38.
- Information system for the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Government of Sudan: final report to the US Agency for International Development, Calhoun, C., Whittington, D., & Drummond, W. (1986).
- US Agency for International Development (USAID): background, operations, and issues, Tarnoff, C. (2015). CRS Report (Congressional Research Service.
- US agency for international development, Pumfrey, R. (1997). . National Renewable Energy Lab., Golden, CO (United States).
- Support for biodiversity research from the US Agency for International Development, Alpert, P. (1993). BioScience, 43(9), 628-631.
- Highlights of the Department of State and US Agency for International Development Budget, Kerry, J. (2014).