U.S. Foreign Assistance Efforts Integral To Global Development, Diplomacy

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: U.S. Foreign Assistance: A Decade of Impact
Hari Sastry, director of the Office of U.S. Foreign Assistance Resources at the State Department, reflects on the office’s efforts over the past decade, writing, “Looking back on our decade of impact — on the milestones we have achieved, on the tools we have created to make foreign assistance more manageable and accessible — inspires us to look to the future. … As we collaborate closely with government agencies, we must continue to invite and engage the private sector and nonprofit communities. Our organizations may be different, but our goal is shared: to advance our development and diplomacy objectives, so that our world is more safe, secure, and prosperous for all people…” (6/30).

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