USAID/India: country development cooperation strategy 2012-16

The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) five-year Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) acknowledges India’s growing economy, rising geopolitical status, and remaining development challenges, while simultaneously building on USAID’s comparative advantage and long relationship with the country of India. This report details the recasting of the USAID-India relationship from a traditional donor-recipient relationship to peer-to-peer partnership.

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  • Content type: Report
  • Form of cooperation: Comprehensive
  • Cooperation context: Bilateral
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  • Sector: Multisectoral; health; education; environment
  • Institution (publication): USAID
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  • Keywords: Peer-to-peer partnership; USAID; North-South development cooperation (NSC); Triangular cooperation
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