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113-79, the Agricultural Act of 2014), reauthorized these four-- along with the Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT), a reserve of commodities and cash for use in the Food for Peace programs to meet unanticipated food aid needs--through FY2018.
The Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT) is a reserve of U.S.
Elle est traversee par le cours du bas Sebou et recoit ses principaux affluents dont le Beht sur la rive droite.
reauthorizes the Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT), a reserve of
Suite aux etudes menees au laboratoire de Botanique de la Faculte des Sciences de Rabat pendant les deux dernieres decennies, nos recherches ethnobotaniques, sur la flore medicinale, ont ete realisees dans la region de Rabat qui est limitee a l'Ouest par l'Ocean Atlantique, a l'Est par l'oued Beht, au Nord par la region Sud du Gharb et au Sud par la region des Zair.
* The Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT) (the successor to the Food Security Commodity Reserve in the 1996 farm bill), which provides commodities and cash primarily to meet unanticipated emergency food aid needs.
The BEHT could become the subject of renewed interest as a vehicle for providing emergency food assistance, leaving more scope for P.L.
480 Food for Peace Section 416(b) Food for Progress (FFP) McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program The Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT) Recent Program Activity Export Subsidies Market Development Export Credit Guarantees Food Aid FY2005 Budget Developments FY2006 Appropriations Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) Foreign Food Assistance Export Credit Guarantees Export Promotion and Export Subsidies Export Credit Guarantees and the WTO Cotton Case Trade Negotiations and USDA International Programs Note: a searchable glossary is available for many of the programs/terms discussed in this issue brief.
Other food aid activities, largely funded by CCC-borrowing, include the Food for Progress Program (FFP), Section 416(b) commodity donations, and the Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT).