After 5-Year Tenure, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah Parts Agency With 5 Lessons

U.S. State Department’s “DipNote”: Farewell: Reflections on Five Years of U.S. Development Assistance
USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah reflects on his five-year tenure at the agency with five parting lessons for carrying the U.S. development agenda forward. “…We will have the opportunity to come together and seize the moment, by elevating and agreeing to a set of [new development] goals that focus around ending extreme poverty, ending hunger, and ending child death — and doing it in a measurable way between now and 2030, and financing that vision with creativity and focus…” (2/18).

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