What Could U.S. Budget Cuts Mean for Global Health?

Issue Brief
  1. “Family Planning” is used here to describe the USAID Family Planning and Reproductive Health Program.

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  2. See, for example: Rogin J, “Trump’s national security team could make a comeback”, Washington Post, June 11, 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/trumps-national-security-team-could-make-a-comeback/2017/06/11/57564c50-4d43-11e7-9669-250d0b15f83b_story.html?utm_term=.2d92472715ed; Rogin J, “Lindsey Graham: Trump’s State Department budget could cause ‘a lot of Benghazis’” Washington Post, May 23, 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/josh-rogin/wp/2017/05/23/lindsey-graham-trumps-state-department-budget-could-cause-a-lot-of-benghazis/?utm_term=.4d672739a095; Tritten T, “43 senators rally against Trump's foreign aid cuts”, Washington Examiner, April 27, 2017, http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/43-senators-rally-against-trumps-foreign-aid-cuts/article/2621494.

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  3. Guttmacher Institute, Just the Numbers: The Impact of U.S. International Family Planning Assistance, May 2016.

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Appendix
  1. Any country that receives $5 million or more in annual PEPFAR funding prepares a COP. See: US Department of State, PEPFAR Country/Regional Operational Plan (COP/ROP) 2017 Guidance, January 2017.

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