Experts Offer Recommendations For Strengthening USAID’s ‘Self-Reliance’ Approach To Development

Brookings Institution: From fragility to resilience: Recommendations for strengthening USAID’s ‘self-reliance’ approach
George Ingram, senior fellow for global economy and development at Brookings, and Jonathan Papoulidis, executive adviser on fragile states at World Vision and visiting scholar at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University, discuss USAID’s “Journey to Self-Reliance” approach to “help country partners eventually handle their own development challenges without U.S. foreign assistance” and offer recommendations for strengthening its approach (8/17).

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