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Aid organisations hit out at Bush budget [Financial Times]
February 6, 2006
Research fellow Stewart Patrick is quoted in this Financial Times article about the 2007 United States budget proposal investigates the concerns over what implications the budget holds for development assistance in the next year.
From the article:
Stewart Patrick, a failed states expert at the Center for Global Development, said that the budget would confirm fears expressed three years ago that the MCC and the presidential directive to fight global Aids, known as Pepfar, would steer funds away from traditional development assistance.
"It's striking how little of the foreign assistance goes to fighting global poverty," he commented.