CGD Research, Panel Examine ‘Ownership’ In U.S. Foreign Assistance

Center for Global Development’s “U.S. Development Policy”: Improving Ownership in U.S. Foreign Assistance
Sarah Rose, senior policy analyst at CGD, discusses a recently released research paper and brief from the CGD’s U.S. Development Policy Initiative (DPI), which she notes “complements our earlier quantitative look at perceptions of U.S. approaches to country ownership practices.” Rose highlights three key messages of a recent CGD panel of high-level policymakers convened to discuss ownership in aid, including, “The United States has made great strides incorporating ownership. … Ownership is a balancing act. … Incorporating ownership remains a work in progress…” (1/19).

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