Devex Examines Impacts Of Trump Administration’s Aid Restrictions On Countries Not Meeting Anti-Human Trafficking Criteria

Devex: Exclusive: ‘Haphazard’ White House crackdown on human trafficking disrupts aid
“The Trump administration’s desire to crack down on global human trafficking may restrict U.S. efforts to fight Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The White House’s decision to enforce tighter aid restrictions on countries that do not meet anti-trafficking criteria — and a lack of transparency from the administration about how those decisions are being made — has led to confusion and uncertainty about which programs will be allowed to continue, and which will be suspended, Devex has learned…” (Igoe, 5/9).

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