CGD Highlights 5 Areas Of Consensus, Divergence On U.S. Foreign Assistance Reform

Center for Global Development’s “U.S. Development Policy”: Attention Trump Administration: Five Important Questions for Redesigning U.S. Foreign Assistance
Gailyn Portelance, research assistant, and Erin Collinson, senior policy associate and assistant director of the U.S. Development Policy Initiative, both at CGD, discuss an event during which authors of four recent reform proposals for U.S. foreign assistance addressed their ideas. Portelance and Collinson summarize outcomes of the discussion, identifying five areas of consensus and divergence on U.S. foreign assistance reform, including fragmentation, inclusive economic growth, humanitarian assistance and fragile states, global health, and country graduation (9/20).

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