MFAN Co-Chairs’ Letter To USAID Administrator Mark Green Recommends 5 Priority Areas For U.S. Foreign Aid Reform

Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network: MFAN Co-Chairs Letter to USAID Administrator Mark Green
In a letter to USAID Administrator Mark Green, MFAN Co-Chairs George Ingram, Tessie San Martin, and Connie Veillette urge USAID to prioritize the following: “1. A State/USAID redesign that strengthens foreign aid and U.S. leadership … 2. A path for aid transition through local ownership of resources, priorities, and implementation … 3. Measuring impact and the sustainability of results … 4. Greater foreign aid transparency and accountability … 5. Renewed partnerships with Congress and the development community” (8/28).

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