USAID’s Shah Reiterates Agency’s Support Of Public-Private Partnerships

Devex: Is the private sector always welcome in development?
“Are there any areas of development where the private sector should not be involved? According to U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Rajiv Shah, the answer is plainly, ‘no.’ ‘There is really no element of any of this where I think I could just say with confidence that there is no role for the private sector,’ he said on Friday at an event about public-private partnerships in development at The Woodrow Wilson Center on Friday in Washington, D.C…” (Saldinger, 2/17).

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