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Announcement: Third Anniversary of the U.S. Civilian Response Corps

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Office of the Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization
July 15, 2011


July 16, 2011, marks the third anniversary of the Civilian Response Corps, a partnership of nine federal agencies providing deployable expertise in international conflict prevention and stabilization. Congress authorized the Corps in 2008 to help address the rise of new challenges to U.S. national security, including weak governance, political conflict, and internal violence in countries around the world. Since its inception, the Civilian Response Corps has grown from a small pilot program to provide civilian responders to U.S. embassies in 36 countries.

Please visit www.CivilianResponseCorps.gov for a video address from the Acting Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization and a fact sheet on some of the Civilian Response Corps's major achievements to date.

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