Media continue to cover UK aid’s response to the devastating Cyclone Idai which has hit millions of people across Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
Several media have covered the UK’s response to the devastating cyclone in East Africa which has hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. UK aid pledged on Monday to provide up to £6 million of UK aid to support victims.
ITV News last night aired an insightful report on the Democratic Republic of Congo’s fight to contain the country's worst ever Ebola outbreak. UK aid is on the ground, playing a crucial role in responding to the outbreak.
DFID has announced £50 million of new funding to end female genital mutilation (FGM), the largest investment ever made to end FGM worldwide.
Not a single penny of UK aid provided to ClientEarth is used for their core UK business, including the salaries of chief executives.
The Telegraph has now updated its copy to accurately reflect this point.
The Sun’s online headline completely misrepresents the findings of the ICAI report, focussing as it does exclusively on a very narrow area of DFID’s work in this field, namely potholes.
This morning, Minister for Africa Harriett Baldwin spoke to BBC Radio Four Woman’s Hour about the situation facing women and girls in South Sudan and explained how UK aid is helping girls in the country to stay in school and …
Today, The Sun has reported on the sponsorship of Arsenal FC by Visit Rwanda. The piece implies that aid money is being used for the sponsorship deal. This is not correct. DFID does not give any money to Visit Rwanda …
Today’s Mail on Sunday and MailOnline claims to have uncovered corruption, fraud and sexual exploitation of refugees in Uganda. An investigation into these allegations last year resulted in all payments to the humanitarian response in Uganda being suspended as soon as …
UK aid to Rwanda has been carefully and specifically earmarked for programmes that will support the country’s most vulnerable people and help it stand on its own two feet. UK aid is not used for sponsorship deals with Arsenal FC and DFID is not giving any money to Visit Rwanda or the Rwanda Development Board.