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Combined Development Agency         
URANIUM PURCHASING AUTHORITY RUN BY THE US AND UK GOVERNMENT FROM 1948
Combined Development Trust
The Combined Development Agency (CDA), originally the Combined Development Trust (CDT), was a defense purchasing authority established in 1944 by the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom. Its role was to ensure adequate supplies of uranium for the respective countries weapons development programs.
NASDA         
FORMER JAPANESE NATIONAL SPACE AGENCY
NASDA; National Space Development Agency
National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, National Association of State Development Agencies
Agency for International Development         
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN FOREIGN AID AGENCY
U.S. Agency for International Development; USAID; Agency for International Development; U.S. Aid; US aid; United States Agency of International Development; US AID; US Agency for International Development; USAID Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons Policy; Us-aid; US-AID; The United States Agency for International Development; The U.S. Agency for International Development; Usaid; USAid; Power Africa; USAID.gov; Usaid.gov; United states agency for international development
AID was created in 1961 to administer foreign economic assistance programs of the U.S. Government. AID has field missions and representatives in approximately 70 developing countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Near East.