At Davos, USAID Administrator Green Discusses Intentions To Better Engage Private Sector In Development Work

Devex: Mark Green at Davos to ‘tap into the creativity’ of the private sector
“Mark Green, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, is in Davos this week to make good on his goal to better engage the private sector in development work. ‘We want to tap into the entrepreneurship and creativity and ingenuity of the private sector by going beyond contracting and grantmaking,’ he said. USAID will move toward co-designing, co-creating, and co-financing solutions in order to engage business, allowing the agency to come up with the best solutions…” (Saldinger, 1/26).

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