The Observer reports today that Gaston Browne, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, claims his country is being overlooked in the Hurricane Irma and Maria relief efforts because it has a higher income per capita than other Caribbean islands.
DFID Media Team
DFID's response to today’s Daily Express front page story, which claims that the costs of health tourism should be met by the international development budget.
The Daily Express front page story today (Tuesday 24 October 2017) led with claims that the UK should abandon its commitment to spend 0.7% of income on development and direct the money towards to the NHS and social care instead. …
This World Polio Day (24 October 2017) the UK has reaffirmed its commitment to eradicate the disease globally and help millions of children lead healthier lives.
As the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced that Raqqa has been liberated from Daesh, a new UK aid package will clear deadly landmines and restore hospitals and medical treatment for victims of the bloody conflict to help them return home …
Yesterday (18 October 2017) marked Anti-Slavery Day in the UK and a range of charities, NGOs and individuals have highlighted the horrific prevalence of modern slavery.
The UK’s commitment to relief and reconstruction in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria continued this week.
The latest on the UK's commitment to relief and reconstruction in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria .
There has been further media coverage today about Hurricane Maria which is hitting islands across the Caribbean.
DFID’s work has been pivotal in supporting the governments of Bangladesh and Nepal to respond quickly and effectively to help people who have been affected.