Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Sida (sometimes "SIDA" but not officially spelled with capital letters) is a Swedish governmental agency that answers to the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Sida is an acronym for the "Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency" (or in Swedish "Styrelsen för Internationellt Utvecklingssamarbete").

Sida is responsible for the bulk of Sweden's aid to developing countries.

External links

*Official Sida website http://www.sida.se/


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