USAID's Investments in Asia Regional - Dollars to Results
USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality.
Results of USAID’s spending in Asia Regional
FY 2011 $62.2 M
FY 2012 $65.3 M
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