What are EPA's international programs? Does EPA finance projects in other countries?
For information about EPA's international programs, please see:
About EPA's International Work:
If you would like to contact EPA's Office of International and Tribal Affairs, please visit:
EPA is a regulatory agency and does not generally finance projects overseas, although it sometimes does help with technology and training aspects of such projects. If you are looking for financial assistance for international projects, there may be some non-EPA resources available to you. Listed below are some organizations involved in environmental financing.
The World Bank provides financing for environmental projects. For information about the World Bank's activities, please visit:
World Bank Environment:
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) implements America's foreign economic and humanitarian assistance programs. USAID also provides financing for environmental projects, private sector development and more.
You can find a directory of USAID missions at:
The Food and Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture lists selected international grants, exchanges, fellowships, and collaborative research opportunities in agriculture here:
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