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The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is the Canadian Government's main agency responsible to provide long-term assistance and emergency relief to more than 100 countries of the developing world and countries in transition. The federal government's international assistance budget is $2 billion (1999--2000), of which approximately 80% is managed by CIDA. The Canadian aid program is channelled through CIDA's bilateral programs, multilateral organizations, non-governmental organizations, institutions and businesses involved in international development.
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