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Liberia & Ghana – Maternal & Child Health (January 2012)

In January 2012, a high-level delegation, including U.S. Representatives Tom Marino (R-PA), Bobby Rush (D-IL) and Hank Johnson (D-GA), traveled to the countries of Liberia and Ghana on CARE’s Learning Tour to examine the effectiveness of U.S. Government investments in foreign assistance programs.

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