More Than 100 Organizations, Individuals Support MFAN’s Principles For Helping Nations Transition From Development Aid

Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network: Over 100 Organizations and Individuals Call for a Principled Approach to Aid Transitions
In a statement, George Ingram, Tessie San Martin, and Connie Veillette, MFAN co-chairs, write, “MFAN’s widely endorsed Principles for Strategic Transitions from Development Aid call for a responsible approach to transitioning countries from aid to other forms of partnership with the United States. … Adherence to these principles will ensure the sustainability of U.S. development investments by aligning and supporting local and U.S. interests. We urge the administration and Congress to adopt these principles as they work to support partner countries’ journeys from aid to broader forms of collaboration with the United States” (1/10).

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