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Thursday, September 28 • 9:25am - 10:10am
Evidence and Evaluation in U.S. Foreign Assistance: A Historical Perspective

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Over the past decade and a half, a broad consensus has emerged around the need for a focus on results and cost-effectiveness and the use of evidence and evaluation in U.S. foreign assistance. Join this conversation with leading policy figures to learn how this consensus emerged and what we can learn from it moving forward.

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avatar for Cindy Huang

Cindy Huang

Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development
Cindy Huang is a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development. She works on issues related to refugees, fragile and conflict-affected states, gender equality, development effectiveness, and strengthening US development policy. Most recently, she co-chaired a study group on forced displacement and development, culminating in... Read More →
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Raj Kumar

Founding President & Editor-in-Chief, Devex
Raj Kumar is the founding president and editor-in-chief of Devex, the media platform for the global development community. A social entrepreneur and digital media executive, he chaired the Humanitarian Council of the World Economic Forum and is a member of the Clinton Global Init... Read More →
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Michael Miller

Partner, Kyle House Group
Michael W. Miller joined Kyle House Group in 2014 with more than two decades of senior-level experience in government, private sector consulting, international organizations, non-profits, and academia.  He brings a deep, first-hand understanding of how government policy is made and how it affects... Read More →


Thursday September 28, 2017 9:25am - 10:10am
Amphitheater Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center