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Agency for International Development (AID or USAID) The term 'Agency for International Development (AID or USAID) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' An independent agency of the executive branch, established in 1961, that administers U.S. international development and humanitarian assistance programs. The activities often involve joint efforts with private voluntary organizations (PVOs). USAID administers commodity donations for humanitarian or development purposes under Titles II and III of P.L. 480, or Food for Peace, and commodity import programs'.
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