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USAID The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is the lead organization within the United States government that provides assistance to developing countries to help with their economic and social development. USAID's roots go back to the Marshall Plan and reconstruction efforts after World War II during the Truman administration. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed into law the Foreign Affairs Assistance Act, which created the United States Agency for International Development.

USAID has programs in over 100 countries worldwide - in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the Near East, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe and Eurasia. The Agency works closely with recipient country governments, with multilateral donors, and a host of implementing partners in the public and private sector, including private voluntary organizations, businesses, universities, and other U.S. government agencies to achieve common goals.

USAID organizes its activities around six Agency goal areas:
  • Broad-based economic growth and agricultural development encouraged
  • Democracy and good governance strengthened
  • Human capacity built through education and training
  • World population stabilized and human health protected
  • The world's environment protected for long-term sustainability
  • Lives saved, suffering reduced, and conditions for political and economic development re-established
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Basic Project Information and project description
1. Inception mission to review ICWC training programs, staff and facilities
2. Study tour to Canada for senior policy makers
3a. Study tour to North America for senior water managers
3b. In-country workshops and seminars for senior water managers
4. Short-term water reform courses
5. Short-term technical courses
6a. Development of self-teaching courses and regional program
6b. Regional dissemination missions
7. Training of ICWC staff and equipment procurement
8. Project Management
9. Future of the ICWC Training Center
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