Whether training local farmers to increase their crop production or helping people rebuild after a natural disaster, most Americans would agree that the aim of US foreign assistance should be to help people help themselves.
As thousands of migrants attempt to make their way to the United States, Oxfam and its local partners are responding with essential aid for nearly 2,500 migrants who are stranded at the Guatemala-Mexico border.
With an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for her community, Frances Adong took personal hardship and turned it into public goods.
At a little-noticed business meeting on Capitol Hill, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee took a step that could alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
The new US approach to South Sudan should invest in the country’s citizens to support an inclusive peace
The BUILD Act is a good start, but it must be an opportunity to build on US development best practice, not dismantle it.