Foreign Assistance Modernization

MFAN Co-Chairs – Discussion Draft: A New Foreign Aid Architecture Fit for Purpose


Ideally, any government agency architecture should be focused, evidence-based, and results oriented, driven by clear goals and mandates and powered by strong technical expertise and adequate resources. U.S. foreign aid programs and agencies have made great strides to meet this ideal. U.S. assistance has saved lives from disease and hunger, helped farmers become more productive, strengthened democratic institutions, and promoted economic growth, all of which supports political stability.


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