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SUNY Center for International Development Wins $2.9M Contract to Support Democratization of African Nation Project to Help the National Assembly of Malawi Pursue Executive Oversight Role


ALBANY - Chancellor John R. Ryan today announced The State University of New York Center for International Development (SUNY CID) was awarded a $2.9 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to work with the National Assembly of Malawi to support democratization in the African nation. The $2.9 million contract, designed to support an agreement by the Government of Malawi, USAID and Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a U.S. government corporation, will fund the two-year project. The goal is to strengthen Malawi's system of checks and balances by helping the National Assembly fulfill its constitutional mandate to scrutinize the use of public funds and conduct oversight of the executive branch.

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