Kaur, is visiting India to advance the US-India development partnership, and meet with government officials, development partners, and visit USAID-supported sites
As the India-US bilateral cooperation now is broad-based and multi-sectoral, covering trade and investment, defence and security, education, science and technology, cyber security, high technology, civil nuclear energy, space technology and applications, clean energy, environment, agriculture and health, Deputy Assistant Administrator (DAA) of the Bureau for Asia Agency for International Development (USAID), Anjali Kaur is visiting India from March 11 to 15.
The United States and India are joining hands to solve some of the world’s toughest development challenges, including climate change, health access and equity, and inclusive economic growth. Anjali Kaur, is visiting India to advance the US-India development partnership, and meet with government officials, development partners, and visit USAID-supported sites.
While in New Delhi, on March 15, DAA Anjali Kaur will deliver a keynote address at an event commemorating Women’s History Month and elevate women leaders and youth change-makers that are addressing gender-based violence, stigma and discrimination, and reducing barriers to equitable access to health services in their communities.
The US (local time) reiterated that India is a global strategic partner of America. Vibrant people-to-people interaction and support across the political spectrum in both countries nurture our bilateral relationship.
Under the new motto “Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go”, both countries are trying their best to strengthen the ties. The officials of both countries are often in touch with each other at political and official levels and have organized a wide-ranging dialogue on global issues that have a direct impact on their growing economies.