New Fund Would Double U.S. Development Aid The Bush administration prepares to make a change in the way it helps the sick and impoverished around the world. The new Millennium Challenge Account fund would double U.S. aid for development over the next three years, but critics fear some nations will be left out. NPR's Richard Harris reports.
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New Fund Would Double U.S. Development Aid

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New Fund Would Double U.S. Development Aid

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New Fund Would Double U.S. Development Aid

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The Bush administration prepares to make a change in the way it helps the sick and impoverished around the world. The new Millennium Challenge Account fund would double U.S. aid for development over the next three years, but critics fear some nations will be left out. NPR's Richard Harris reports.