Aid, Organizational

Aid, Organizational

See also Generosity.
Aimlessness (See WANDERING.)
Boy Scouts
organization of boys dedicated to community service and character building. [Am. and Br. Hist.: NCE, 350]
CARE
agency devoted to channeling relief to needy people abroad. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 456]
Girl Scouts
recreational and service organization for girls. [Am. and Br. Hist.: NCE, 1089]
National Guard
military reserve units frequently help in civil disturbances and natural disasters. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 1885]
Red Cross
international philanthropic organization devoted to the alleviation of human suffering. [World Hist.: NCE, 2288]
Salvation Army
nonsectarian Christian organization for philanthropic and evangelical work. [World Hist.: NCE, 2408–2409]
UNRRA
(1943–49) supplied funds and personnel to areas freed from the Axis. [Eur. Hist.: NCE, 2832]
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a company that offers research services in a variety of governance areas), and Buss (director of international studies, National Academy of Public Administration) have organized the material into four sections concerning foreign aid and foreign policy debates, case studies in foreign aid, organizational dynamics and foreign aid policy, and international assistance and development.