USAID Aims To Establish New Bureau For Resilience And Food Security, Official Says
Thomson Reuters Foundation: World’s top aid agency to promote resilience with new body
“The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is to set up a new body to promote resilience, a senior official said, amid growing pressure on the world’s top foreign aid donor to do more with less. … Experts said the creation of a new Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, which still has to be approved by Congress, would cement momentum behind the global poverty-reduction approach. The proposed Bureau for Resilience and Food Security would have about 180 staff, [Greg Collins, USAID’s resilience coordinator,] said…” (Malo, 11/14).
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