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The article offers information about the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), a government agency helping people overseas struggling to make better life, recover from disaster or striving to live in a democratic country. It receives foreign policy guidance from the Secretary of State. It supports long-term and equitable economic growth. It also advances foreign policy objectives by supporting economic growth, global health and democracy.


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