Malaria control adds to the evidence for health aid effectiveness

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The new United States administration’s first budget proposal, previewed in March and released in May, 2017, includes deep cuts to foreign aid, cycling this thorny issue back into the American limelight. The stated reasons for the cuts are that “the United States currently pays more than its fair share,” and to ensure that “foreign aid supports American interests and values.” The budget proposal is not specific on which types of development assistance will undergo the largest budget cuts but, at 20% of all US foreign aid, the health sector may undergo substantial changes if the budget is implemented.

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