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Norman L. Greene, New York Life Fellow, Co-authors "Beyond Good Intentions: New Legislation on Foreign Aid Effectiveness"

April 15, 2020, Fellows in the news

Norman L. Greene, New York Life Fellow and Partner at Schoeman Updike Kaufman & Gerber LLP, has co-authored Beyond Good Intentions: New Legislation on Foreign Aid Effectiveness.  The article finds that a recent study conducted by the U.S. Government Accountability Office across the key USG foreign aid agencies identified a number of areas that needed improvement in the design, implementation, conclusions, and dissemination of foreign assistance evaluations of the FATAA, and the relevant guidelines will require providers to address those areas and focus their reporting requirements on tangible outcomes and the impact of their programming. However, these requirements pose a number of implementation challenges for smaller projects, smaller implementers, and certain interventions with long-term effects, such as the programs supporting the rule of law.

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