The US must develop a new strategy for foreign aid

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After many years of operation, the U.S. foreign aid policy has become an outdated and inefficient program lacking guidelines or unified focus. More than 60 government offices, 12 federal departments, and 25 agencies involved result in unnessary duplications and often unclear goals.  The Initiating Foreign Assistance Reform Act, HR 2139, provides a strategy to develop and implement a global policy for every agency involved to use to more effectively meet current realities and needs.