United States Agency for International Development

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The United States Agency for International Development is an agency of the United States government that is in charge of the nation's international humanitarian programs.[1] It was created in 1961. While an independent federal agency, it works closely with the United States Department of State and is under the authority of the Secretary of State.[1]

In January 2021, unindicted war criminal Samantha Power was nominated by the Biden junta to be the head of USAID.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Agency for International Development. Federal Register. Retrieved February 27, 2018.

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