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What does IDO stand for?

IDO stands for International Development Organization

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ACDI/VOCA, an international development organization, has worked in 145 countries since 1963 to alleviate poverty and support broad-based growth by empowering people to succeed in the global economy.
After Zoellick announced he would step down in June, some developing countries appealed for an end to the US hold on the top job at the international development organization that gives low-interest loans to developing countries.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ German Technical Cooperation Center), a German government-owned international development organization, are providing technical assistance to the Philippines central bank in order to strengthen its supervisory and regulatory capacity for lending to small and medium-sized enterprises.
AMAL was formed in partnership between the Palestinian Affordable Housing Association (SAKAN), a Palestinian non-governmental organization whose mission is to support affordable housing in Palestine; CHF International; an international development organization that works in post-conflict, unstable and developing countries; the Middle East Investment Initiative (MEII), a non-profit organization formed to help revitalize economies in the Middle East; the Bank of Palestine; and Cairo Amman Bank.
Today, Israel is celebrating its new membership in a long-standing, international development organization, and the average Arab asks why Israel is being rewarded, for doing nothing in return, while the west is deciding as quickly as possible to punish this or that state, which, like Israel, does not listen or accept the advice of the west.