Newspapers, broadcasters and online outlets have covered DFID’s announcement, of an extra £200 million of aid to help charities and global organisations tackle coronavirus in vulnerable countries, positively.
The International Development Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan has co-written a piece with her counterparts from a number of European countries about the need to all work together to tackle the Covid-19 epidemic.
Today The Daily Mail published a story on UK aid to corrupt countries. Read our response here.
The delivery of aid in the Bahamas by the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) ship Mounts Bay in the wake of Hurricane Dorian continues to be covered extensively in the media.
Dr Jonathan Stone, one of DFID’s humanitarian experts deployed to the Bahamas, appeared on BBC’s Radio 4 Today Programme and Good Morning Britain today.
The Department for International Development (DFID) has sent a team of experts to help deal with the devastation and destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. A team of three arrived in Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas yesterday, …
The UK strongly condemns the appalling targeting of brave aid workers who risk their lives to save others. As the IDC acknowledge, DFID works closely with the FCO in calling for unhindered access for humanitarian aid and the upholding of International Humanitarian Law.
International Development Secretary announces package to help Africa deal with climate change and move away from fossil fuels during a two day visit to Kenya.
International Development Secretary Rory Stewart goes on his first foreign trip in the role, to Jordan. He visits the Jordan One Solar Power solar field and the Za'atari refugee camp.
DFID responds to reports on Oxfam following allegations of sexual misconduct by the charity's staff in Haiti in 2011.