Gregory Adams is the director of aid effectiveness at Oxfam America. Gregory works with allied organizations and individuals to generate momentum for foreign aid and development policy reforms that are driven by a long-term commitment to effectively reduce poverty.
Our traditional approaches to corruption have not delivered, writes Gregory Adams, director of Oxfam America's advocacy work on aid effectiveness and reform of U.S. foreign aid and development policy. What changes can donors make to better support accountability?
An exclusive Devex report last week revealed USAID is now more than halfway toward its 30 percent local funding target. In a guest commentary, Oxfam America's aid effectiveness director explains why USAID's localization agenda reduces financial risks for the agency.