USAID Administrator Green Discusses U.S. Support Of Bangladesh’s Development Efforts

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USAID Administrator Mark Green discusses his recent visit to Bangladesh, noting the mass migration of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh, as well as the country’s development gains. Green writes, “The United States stands with Bangladesh on its development journey, and we will continue to work closely together on global health and food security, as well as economic development and democratic governance.” The piece originally appeared on Medium, in USAID’s “2030: Ending Extreme Poverty in This Generation” publication (7/17).

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