Private Voluntary Organization

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Private Voluntary Organization

Also called a PVO. A charity or other organization that provides international assistance and is eligible for financial support from USAID. Organizations must register as PVOs to apply for this support, and ordinarily must provide audited financial statements and the like.
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based non-profit Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs), for profit NGOs, private voluntary organizations (PVOs), Institutions of Higher Education/Universities and Non-US Nongovernmental International Organizations for a program entitled Health Policy Plus (HP+).
government and private voluntary organizations active in humanitarian assistance and development work overseas.
The Matching Grant program, which is administered and partially funded by private voluntary organizations, features several design elements that set it apart from ORR's other programs.
According to the statement, to date, the United States has provided more than $227 million in emergency food assistance to flood-affected Pakistanis through WFP and private voluntary organizations.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) has awarded its top research award, the Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy, to Rachel McCleary for her book, Global Compassion: Private Voluntary Organizations and US.
Potato Board hosted guests from international private voluntary organizations for a workshop to introduce U.
This plan was a good example of what the government together with American private voluntary organizations can accomplish.
Tom Davis, whose opinions here don't necessarily reflect his employer's, has worked with private voluntary organizations for 20 years on child survival, HIV/AIDS, and other issues in 16 developing countries.
Local government or private voluntary organizations can compete for funds to supplement emergency food and shelter programs, courtesy of the National Board, which uses money appropriated by Congress.
In the international trades, TECO's vessels are found in ports throughout the world, proudly flying the US Flag and offering reliable service to project shippers, the US Military, and Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs) that offer food aid to impoverished nations.
They will go to private voluntary organizations and the United Nations World Food Program primarily to support agricultural development projects.
Sullivan, Private Voluntary Organizations in Egypt: Islamic Development, Private Initiative, and State Control (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1994).
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