Long Story Short #22: Can foreign aid curb the Central America crisis?

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Guest:
Teresa Welsh, reporter, Devex
Host:
Kate Midden, engagement editor, Devex

The United States’ policy of separating families at the U.S. border has brought renewed global attention to the Central America crisis. In this episode, reporter Teresa Welsh and engagement editor Kate Midden discuss foreign aid's mixed impact in Central America, the root causes of migration and displacement, how donors and multilateral organizations have responded so far, and how the response strategy has changed over the past few months.

Additional reading:
UN, international NGOs boost Central America presence amid migrant and refugee crisis
'Play the long game:' US must continue aid in Central America, analysts say
Trump's Central America threat backs USAID chief into a corner

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