The Cuba Money Project, directed by journalist Tracey Eaton, is an immensely useful resource.
This is a job no one else has taken on in a systematic way, and it promises to be a project that has value regardless of our opinions of the USAID programs, past or present.
Karen Lee Wald:
What’s interesting is that Tracey Eaton, whose project this is, is no great fan of Cuba’s revolutionary government. But he’s even less of a fan of spending our money in an attempt to topple it.
… the details of Radio/TV Martí’s effort came to light only after the contract for the computerized SMS services was published in Cuba Money Project, a Web page that tracks U.S. government spending on Cuba-related programs.