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Charting the Course – A Bipartisan Legacy of Modernizing Foreign Assistance

May 04, 2023

Since our creation in 2008, MFAN has worked with Congress, the Executive branch, and other stakeholders to spur more effective and accountable U.S. foreign assistance. Building on the bipartisan foreign assistance reforms that first began under President George W. Bush with the creation of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in 2003 and the establishment of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in 2004, MFAN has advanced reforms that prioritize accountability and evidence of impact. These reforms give greater voice, resources, and power over decision-making to local actors, who are best placed to deliver sustained results for U.S. taxpayer investments.

Check out this infographic detailing the results of our work and the timeline of bipartisan foreign assistance reforms over the past two decades.

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