Region/Country USAID HHS DoD DoL Peace Corps
79 Uzbekistan R B V
Latin America and the Caribbean
80 Antigua & Barbuda R V
81 Argentina B
82 Bahamas B
83 Barbados R
84 Belize R B B V
85 Bolivia B B V
86 Brazil B B B
87 Chile B
88 Colombia B
89 Costa Rica B B
90 Dominica R V
91 Dominican Republic B B B V
92 Ecuador B V
93 El Salvador B V
94 Grenada V
95 Guatemala B V
96 Guyana B B B V
97 Haiti B B B V
98 Honduras B B B V
99 Jamaica B B V
100 Mexico B
101 Nicaragua B V
102 Panama R B V
103 Paraguay B V
104 Peru B B B V
105 St. Lucia R V
106 St. Kitts and Nevis R V
107 St. Vincent & Grenadines R V
108 Suriname R V
109 Trinidad and Tobago R B
110 Uruguay B
111 Venezuela B

NOTE: B = Bilateral program; R = regional program; V = volunteers. DoD = U.S. Department of Defense; DoL = Department of Labor; HHS = U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; USAID = U.S. Agency for International Development. The 14 focus countries named in the original authorizing legislation are italicized. SOURCE: Appendix F from PEPFAR’s First Five-Year Strategy (OGAC, 2004).



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