USAID Examines Implications Of Potential Merger Of Food Aid, Disaster Assistance Offices

Devex: USAID exploring food aid, disaster assistance merger for Trump reorganization
“The United States Agency for International Development is exploring a merger of its disaster assistance and food assistance offices, to create a combined entity that would oversee the agency’s roughly $4 billion humanitarian operations, Devex has learned. … Merging the two offices, which often operate in the same crisis contexts, is an idea that has been floating around USAID for at least a year…” (Igoe, 5/18).

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