Principles for Strategic Transitions from Development Aid


MFAN believes that foreign assistance should create the conditions under which it is no longer necessary.1 When countries have the capacity to meet their own development needs, they become stronger partners to the United States in the pursuit of greater global prosperity and security. Although U.S. engagement and assistance will continue to advance diplomatic, economic, or security objectives, the principles below should guide transitions from development aid and support moving countries to broader forms of collaboration and partnership with the United States.


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