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To fight corruption, localize aid

How US foreign assistance can support a locally driven fight against corruption

Americans don’t want their foreign aid to be lost to corruption—or worse, to fuel corruption. However, by seeking to avoid corruption rather than changing its approach to aid, the United States is missing out on the vast, untapped potential of local actors to strengthen accountability, improve governance, and fight corruption.

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