Gerson, Shah Write About Evidence-Based Foreign Assistance Efforts In New Book Chapter

ONE Blog: Michael Gerson on transforming foreign assistance with evidence
Michael Gerson, a nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, senior adviser to the ONE Campaign, and senior fellow with Results for America, discusses a chapter he authored with former USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah for the second edition of the book Moneyball for Government. “Our chapter, titled ‘Foreign Assistance and the Revolution of Rigor,’ provides a bipartisan roadmap for result-oriented foreign assistance,” Gerson writes, adding, “In our Moneyball chapter, Raj and I call for data and evidence to drive U.S. foreign aid and we highlight seven best practices in foreign assistance for policymakers to follow…” (1/5).

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