Almost three months since violence erupted in Burma, the horrific suffering and what looks to be the ethnic cleansing of more than 600,000 people continues to feature in news.
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.
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. …
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.
There has been widespread media coverage of DFID for World Humanitarian Day 2017 as we highlighted the incredible work of frontline humanitarian staff.
The Centre will draw on UK and international expertise to provide neutral advice, innovation and cutting edge science to help build cheaper, faster and reliable finance in emergencies that delivers the most benefit for the poorest people and can halve the cost of disasters.
There is positive online, broadcast and print coverage today of the UK’s commitment to sending lifesaving aid to the people of Mosul after the official liberation of the city was announced on Monday.