The United States is on the verge of spending $100 billion over the next four years in foreign aid. Here’s our chance to shape the future of global development.
Create dedicated funding pathways to scale proven, sustainable innovations; cut red tape for innovators to apply directly for contracts; give USAID new authorities to move more money to innovators more quickly; increase the DFC’s ability to deploy capital, and utilize more industry-accepted impact metrics to crowd-in more private sector capital.
The Biden-Harris Administration must reimagine how America’s foreign aid expenditures can be more effectively leveraged to help LMICs access world-class technology and innovation to achieve the SDGs.
Global development funders including USAID must diversify their partner bases, especially to direct more funding to local, national, and front-line innovators with sustainable business models.
Hitting the SDGs and climate targets by 2030 will take a revolution in global development. We are championing policy reforms to empower innovators, break down barriers, and unlock funding. We’ve written a blueprint for the way forward.
Today, we’re launching an 18-month campaign to reform the way the US partners with countries around the world to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. We need you to get involved.
USAID is about to award $17 billion for global health supply chains. This is the Biden-Harris Administration's chance to change the way the United States partners with countries around the world.