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For the past five years, Rajiv Shah served as the point person for America’s international aid and development efforts. It’s a mission that’s encompassed everything from disaster response to managing critical civilian projects in war zones and navigating controversy. Kojo chats with Shah about USAID’s evolving priorities as he prepares to step down from his post later this month.
- Rajiv Shah Administrator, USAID
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