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well, reporting critical technical and policy information to the donor coordination group.

Other multilateral donors include the European Union (energy, legal reform, environment, macroeconomic policy, governance, education, transport, SME development and information technology), the International Monetary Fund (macroeconomic policy), the United Nations network of agencies, e.g., UNDP (poverty reduction, democracy and governance, post-crisis management, infrastructure, and information technology), United Nations High Commission for Refugees (refugee support), United Nations Children’s Fund (health, education, and social sector), World Food Program, World Health Organization, and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (anticorruption and elections).

Several Armenian diaspora donors are active as well, the largest of which is the Lincy Foundation (road network, Yerevan public works restoration and improvements, SME development, tourism and earthquake recovery). In addition to Armenian diaspora, private foundations such as the Open Society Institute are also active in Armenia (civil society, education, public health, culture, media, and judicial reform).

SOURCE: U.S. Agency for International Development. 2004. Fiscal Year 2005 Budget Justification to the Congress.

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