From Aid to Partnership: Lessons learned from Costa Rica


Costa Rica has long distinguished itself in LatinAmerica for its stable, democratic governance and its investments in education. As Costa Rica attained high and stable levels of human and economic development in the 1990s, the U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID)announced it would transition the country from development aid as part of a larger closeout effort, and completed the Mission closure in 1996.


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