Can aid for food security show the way for broader aid reform?
President Obama has launched the Global Hunger and Food Security Initiative (GHFSI) as a bold vision that could make US foreign aid a better tool for improving food security abroad. The GHFSI provides a tangible sector-level illustration of key principles that are driving the debate on broader aid reform. Can the GHFSI show the way for broader aid reform by putting these principles in practice? Or does a piecemeal approach to aid reform delay or even undermine progress?