Today (24 June 2019), The Telegraph has published an article online about UK aid and Syria, which includes some factually incorrect statements. The authors claim that UK aid has not gone directly into Idlib since November 2018. This is false. …
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UK aid responds to media coverage of National Audit Office report into cross-government aid spend
DFID responds to reports on Oxfam following allegations of sexual misconduct by the charity's staff in Haiti in 2011.
The Newton Fund is helping to tackle the zika virus, prevent birth defects, develop drought resistant crops and reduce hunger. Tackling global issues like these is both beneficial for the developing world as well as in the UK’s national interest.
The International Development Secretary has said he wants to see a doubling of the amount the Department for International Development spends on climate and environment over the next five years
UK aid is to fund new research to develop climate resilient, extra nutritious super crops, it was revealed this week - at the Chelsea Flower Show. Several media picked up on the pledge, which International Development Secretary Rory Stewart announced on Wednesday, …
This week new International Development Secretary Rory Stewart has spoken about the UK's work to tackle Ebola in the DRC.
We’ve taken a number of actions over the last two years to make it easier for businesses to work with us.
We should be proud of the fact the UK has stood by its aid commitment – spending less than one percent of our national income increases Britain’s global influence and allows us to shape the world around us.
DFID responds to a report by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) on our work with Civil Society Organisations, which includes charities and NGOs.