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U.S. Foreign Assistance to Sub-Saharan Africa: The FY2012 Request
Alexis Arieff (ed)
Sub-Saharan Africa, the worldäó»s poorest region, receives over a quarter of all U.S. bilateral foreign assistance. Aid to Africa more than quadrupled over the past decade, primarily due to sizable increases in global health spending during the Bush Admin. and more measured increases in development, economic, and security assistance. The Obama Admin.äó»s FY2012 bilateral Africa aid budget request, at $7.8 billion, represents an increase of roughly 10% compared to FY2010, albeit at a more restrained growth rate than in previous years. Contents of this report: U.S. Policy Priorities in Africa and the FY2012 Aid Request; Africa and the Presidentäó»s Global Foreign Assistance Initiatives; Other Selected Program Areas: Democracy and Governance; Economic Growth; Security Assistance; The Millennial Challenge Corp. (MCC) and Africa. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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