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Synonyms for aid

Synonyms for aid

to give support or assistance

the act or an instance of helping

assistance, especially money, food, and other necessities, given to the needy or dispossessed

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If foreign assistance were to replace nation assistance in joint doctrine, the definition would include that portion of security cooperation that falls outside the realm of nation assistance in figure 1.
Concluding her statement, Shaikha Lubna said that the continuous improvement being witnessed in the UAE's ranking among the world's top donors is first and foremost attributed to the directives of the country's wise and sound leadership on matters pertaining to UAE foreign assistance, which entail an emphasis on the world's poorest countries and an understanding of the type of sectors that the UAE should target for development in the countries it assists.
Similarly, after the recent double earthquake in East Azerbaijan province, the government first refused any foreign assistance and then changed its mind and accepted aid, mainly from Turkey, which is only a short distance from the impacted area.
HATA emphasizes that the legislation is not an end to United States foreign assistance to Lebanon, as it allows for humanitarian assistance as well military and educational training to ensure continual contact with the Lebanese military.
Foreign Assistance worked closely with USAID, the Bureau of Information Resource Management and the National Security Council staff to create the site, which responds to the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and President Barack Obama's Open Government Initiative.
spending on other health-related bilateral foreign assistance also increased most for PEPFAR focus countries.
18 million foreign assistance in the form of grant from donors countries, financial organizations.
The foreign assistance could be higher than the amount if the government agencies were able to implement the development projects in time," the ERD official said.
The Pentagon has won a major internal battle over control of foreign assistance funding, delaying the Obama Administration's pledge to demilitarize foreign policy, multiple sources tell The Cable.
4) On April 3, 1948, President Harry Truman signed the Foreign Assistance Act ("FAA").
In addition, I direct the Secretary of State and the Administrator of USAID to take the following actions with respect to conditions in voluntary population planning assistance and USAID grants that were imposed pursuant to either the 2001 or 2003 memoranda and that are not required by the Foreign Assistance Act or any other law: (1) immediately waive such conditions in any current grants, and (2) notify current grantees, as soon as possible, that these conditions have been waived.
foreign assistance to sub-Saharan Africa managed by the State Department and the U.
Indeed, the moral and security arguments for foreign assistance are converging into a new consensus which has been articulated by the Secretary of State as "transformational diplomacy.
When the military regime that rules the country imposed limitations on foreign assistance entering the country, the world's outcry was enormous.
The State government acknowledged foreign assistance to the semi-autonomous Southern Sudan but held Government of Southern Sudan responsible for not investing in roads development.
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