Oxfam America Blog Post Highlights 3 Things To Know About U.S. Foreign Aid

Oxfam America: Myths about foreign aid
This blog post discusses “three things you may not know about U.S. foreign aid: 1. Development aid is not just wasted by corrupt governments. … 2. Americans spend more on candy, sporting goods, and jewelry than the U.S. government spends on poverty-reducing foreign assistance. … 3. Foreign aid is proven to lift people out of poverty” (11/5).

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