December 4, 2009 — William Hammink, U.S. Agency for International Development Mission Director in Sudan, joined us for a discussion on the U.S. government’s development and humanitarian activities throughout the country.
What is the scope of USAID’s work in Sudan? How is the Agency responding to fill gaps in the wake of the expulsion of 13 international NGOs from Darfur in March? What is the status of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement’s implementation and what is the prospect for credible national elections in 2010?
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