Global Peace Index Suggests USAID Provide Better Support To Local Groups For Peacebuilding

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“The gap between the most and least peaceful countries in the world continues to grow wider, according to the 2019 global peace index. A robust civil society can help address underlying causes of conflict — and U.S. foreign assistance can do a better job of funding local groups that support peacebuilding, officials said at the launch of the index in Washington on Thursday…” (Welsh, 6/21).

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