Counterinsurgency, counterterrorism, and development objectives converge in contested spaces, greatly complicating aid programs.
How do we turn platitudes of supporting locally-led efforts into a reality? asks Semkae Kilonzo of Tanzania's Policy Forum
Are the same objections to cash transfers also getting in the way of aid reform?
Treasury and Department of Defense finally show us the money!
Greg Adams discusses "A Quiet Renaissance in American Aid" on the Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimists blog.
Rep. Howard Berman’s legacy is a roadmap to more coherent US development efforts—whether or not it becomes law.
Can strengthening country systems ensure more effective aid for everyone?
Rather than cutting food aid, reforms could place saving lives over special interests.
With Farm Bill negotiations simmering on the back burner and an all-consuming Congressional focus on dealing with the fiscal cliff, the Alliance for Global Food Security, a group of Private Voluntary Organizations who have opposed common sense reforms to food aid programs, took the opportunity to launch a new study on the use of food […]