More Than 100 Individuals, Organizations Endorse MFAN Statement On Principles To Guide U.S. Foreign Assistance Review, Implementation

Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network: More Than 100 Endorsers Agree: Effectiveness Principles Should Guide Foreign Aid Reform
More than 100 individuals and organizations endorse the statement, which begins, “Reforms to U.S. foreign assistance should be conducted jointly by Congress and the administration — in consultation with the development community — and guided by these principles, a comprehensive review of U.S. efforts, and a coherent Global Development Strategy.” The statement includes an outline of the proposed structural requirements and principles of U.S. foreign assistance (6/9).

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