Blog Post Discusses USAID’s Vision For Ending Extreme Poverty

Center for Global Development’s “View from the Center/Rethinking U.S. Development Policy”: SDGs + USAID = EEP @ UNGA
Casey Dunning, senior policy analyst at CGD, discusses USAID’s recently released Vision for Ending Extreme Poverty, writing, “Lingering questions aside, I’m heartened that USAID has spoken with action instead of words on the ending extreme poverty agenda. Over a year of consultations and analysis went into the creation of this Vision, and USAID has already assembled implementation teams for how the Vision will translate into practice. Kudos to USAID for leading on how it will define this critical part of the SDG agenda — now it’s time to lead the way on implementation” (9/29).

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