Read our response to a report about UK aid money going to a group, which invests in fossil fuel projects in developing countries.
We cannot achieve great change – either socially or economically – if half of the world’s population is not empowered to reach their full potential.
International Development Secretary Alok Sharma wrote this piece about the upcoming UK-Africa Investment Summit in today's Daily Telegraph (January 1, 2020). Knocking on doors in my Reading West constituency during the general election, I heard very clearly that people were …
There has been widespread broadcast, print and online coverage of the visit by the Duke of Sussex and the Duchess of Sussex to countries across Southern Africa.
This article by International Development Secretary Alok Sharma appeared in City A.M. on Friday 27 September 2019.
The Telegraph has published an article today following an interview with the International Development Secretary Alok Sharma on his first visit to Ethiopia.
Today (Monday 19 August), World Humanitarian Day, International Development Secretary Alok Sharma announced he would allocate £8 million of UK aid for Ebola preparedness for the countries neighbouring the DRC such as Uganda, South Sudan, Burundi and Rwanda. Trusted partners on …
The Independent has today carried a critical opinion piece by the Deputy Head of Mission at the Ugandan Embassy in Rome – Ambassador Dr Mumtaz Kassam – on international aid funding for refugees in Uganda. The original headline of the …
International Development Secretary Alok Sharma made his first international visit to Nigeria to see how UK aid is helping to generate billions of pounds worth of trade and investment opportunities for African and British businesses.
The Daily Mail has run a critical article on Gertrude Maseko, the First Lady of Malawi, and linked this to UK aid spending in Malawi.