USAID chief assails proposed aid budget cuts

04/1/2011 | ForeignPolicy.com

The U.S. Republican Party's current budget proposals could lead to the deaths of as many as 70,000 children around the world who depend on U.S. aid, Rajiv Shah, head of U.S. Agency for International Development, warned American lawmakers. Proposed cuts to international affairs allocations would adversely affect anti-malaria, immunization and trained birth attendant programs, Shah said.

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