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Steps Obama should take in his second term

January 18, 2013

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — President Barack Obama faces many tough challenges when he is sworn in for his second term on Sunday, January 20, 2013. InterAction members and partners have recommendations on a range of issues, from tackling poverty to making foreign assistance more effective. Get the thinking from leading NGOs on how President Obama should:

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Reduce Global Poverty
Curtail Human Trafficking
Reform and Refine Foreign Aid
Clarify the Guidelines for Drones
Commit to Foreign Aid
Tackle Corruption
Deal with Climate Change
Integrate Clean Water into Development Programs
Support Women
Ensure Food Security
Protect Reproductive Health
Address Poverty in the U.S.
Invest in the Middle East
Recognize Opportunities in Africa


InterAction’s members – comprising more than 190 U.S.-based nongovernmental organizations — are on the frontlines of fighting poverty. These are their recommendations for President Obama’s second term.

InterAction is the largest alliance of U.S.-based nongovernmental international organizations, with more than 190 members. Our members operate in every developing country, working with local communities to overcome poverty and suffering by helping to improve their quality of life.

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Sue Pleming: 202.552.6561 or 202.341.3814 (Cell) or spleming@interaction.org
Jeanne Paradis: 202.552.6535 or 202.297.1696 (Cell) or jparadis@interaction.org

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