Catalyzing Country Ownership: Implementation and Procurement Reform


MFAN believes that any successful and sustainable approach to global development must be driven by the priorities of people in developing countries. In particular, MFAN has recommended that U.S. strategies in developing countries incorporate plans to support the ability of citizens and local civil society to help drive the development process, set development priorities, combat corruption, and hold their own governments accountable. As such, we see the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Implementation and Procurement Reform (IPR) initiative as an important tool to give partner countries and their people more direct responsibility – and ownership – over their own development.


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