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Crises & Countries in Conflict

The Global Fragility Act of 2019 (GFA)

The Global Fragility Act (GFA) passed the House of Representatives on May 20, 2019. The bill would streamline and improve programs and efforts within the USG to address violent conflict overseas using a “3D” approach of development, diplomacy, and defense. With bipartisan support, the bill has moved out of the House.
May 28, 2019
Young protester stands in the middle of a highway waving a Venezuelan flag
Crises & Countries in Conflict

The Politicization Of Humanitarian Aid For Venezuela Must End

"The people of Venezuela are in desperate need of significantly expanded lifesaving and sustaining support. We must not allow them to become victims of the political brinksmanship around humanitarian assistance we are currently witnessing."
Feb 22, 2019
Challenges to Civil Society

As the US government shuts down, here’s what you need to know

These shutdowns reduce the quality and effectiveness of aid programs because it results in “the kind of uncertainty, volatility that is detrimental to good planning,” said Noam Unger, InterAction vice president of development policy, advocacy, and learning.
Dec 22, 2018
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