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U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue

Administrator Rajiv Shah and Secretary of State John Kerry.
Administrator Rajiv Shah and Secretary of State John Kerry.
Photo Credit: Pat Adams, USAID

On June 23, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah traveled to New Delhi, India, as part of Secretary of State John Kerry's delegation for the fourth annual U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue on June 23-25. Administrator Shah participated in discussions on clean energy and climate change, education and women's empowerment.

He also met with public and private sector leaders and young innovators at an event highlighting U.S.-India partnership on affordable innovation. He announced the nine winners of the first round of awards for the Millennium Alliance. The Millennium Alliance is a partnership between USAID, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and India's Department of Science and Technology, to support innovations that can deliver transformational development solutions.

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Last updated: July 24, 2014

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