NPR Talks USAID with Clinton, Shah, and Berman

As a part of its “Morning Edition”, NPR did a story on the future of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in light of Secretary Clinton’s speech on a new development strategy given yesterday.  Raj Shah, being sworn in later today as USAID Administrator, commented on the need to drive innovation and bring creativity and risk-taking found in the private sector to development.  Howard Berman  (D-CA), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, noted his concern of lost expertise at USAID and the need to make a strong case to the American people for U.S. development assistance.

Listen to the full story here.

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