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Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of International Development Aid

Read the full remarks on the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog

From keeping the development pledges we made at the Gleneagles donor summit, to delivering major reforms to our aid through an effort called USAID Forward, to launching a global food security initiative called Feed the Future that will lift 18 million people out of hunger and poverty, the United States has shown its commitment to be a modern, global leader in international development. 

But delivering effective aid is a two-way street—it also requires leadership from our partners. That’s why we will also strengthen our partnerships with foreign governments that show commitments to economic reform and democratic governance. The U.S. continues to work with its partners to strengthen our impact and bring real and tangible benefits to the poorest around the world.  We are emphasizing mutual accountability for results.



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