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The Fundamental Role of Science and Technology in International Development: An Imperative for the U.S. Agency for International Development Appendix J Recent National Academies Activities Relevant to Science and Technology in Development Review of The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR): Implementation and Evaluation, Board on Global Health (funded by the Department of State). Implementation of a program of S&T Capacity Building in Africa, Policy and Global Affairs Division (funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation). Support for USAID Research Programs: US-Israel Cooperative Development Research Program and the Middle East Regional Cooperation Program, Policy and Global Affairs Division (funded by USAID). Implementation of U.S.-Pakistan Science and Technology Cooperative Program, Policy and Global Affairs Division (funded by USAID). Roundtable on Natural Disasters, Division on Environment and Life Sciences (funded by a number of public and private organizations). Implementation of The Grainger Prize for a New Technology for Removing Arsenic from Drinking Water in Developing Countries, National Academy of Engineering (funded by the Grainger Foundation). Implementation of a program of Graduate Training in the United States for Young Vietnamese Scientists and Engineers, Policy and Global Affairs Division (funded by the Vietnam Foundation).
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