Trump Administration’s Cuts To Foreign Aid For Northern Triangle Countries Hurting Development, Humanitarian Programs, Charities Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Central America’s ‘poorest of the poor’ hit hard by U.S. aid cuts: charities
“From drought-hit farmers and hungry children to battered women, tens of thousands of people in Central America have been hard hit by U.S. government aid cuts, according to major charities. … Charities that receive funding, mainly through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), say they have had to stop, scale back, or postpone humanitarian and development projects…” (Moloney, 10/3).

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