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About "Indian Water Sanitation"
AFF plan gives US foreign aid to India to clean up rivers and do sewage treatment. The Status Quo is already doing this, both by US foreign aid and locally by Indian government programs.
India’s own programs are well on the way to getting water and sanitation more widespread. But even US aid added some value, there’s no clear evidence that such programs actually decrease the death rate or improve public health. There are multiple factors local to India that will block the success of our water aid projects, and even USAID admits such projects have a large failure rate. And the dependency US foreign aid creates and its lack of accountability means we’ll not only not solve anything, we’ll probably just make things worse.
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