One size does not fit all when it comes to aid. Working together, U.S. government agencies can provide humanitarian aid and crisis assistance more effectively.
This is why USAID Missions are required to develop and use Country Development Cooperation Strategies, also known as CDCS. These five-year, country-based strategies show how Agency assistance is synchronized with other agencies' efforts
Currently, 58 out of 62 missions have completed a CDCS.
The CDCS Workplan was last updated 05/15/2015.
Last updated: May 18, 2015