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.
No UK taxpayers’ money to the Palestinian Authority goes to schools or to fund education materials that incite violence.
If the thought of braving the shops in search of all of those Christmas presents doesn’t exactly fill you with seasonal cheer, then DFID’s ChristMatch appeal might be the answer.
Our UK aid budget only goes up when the UK economy grows, a sign of our economic success.
DFID has announced £50 million of new funding to end female genital mutilation (FGM), the largest investment ever made to end FGM worldwide.
The UK government is encouraging the Libyan authorities to improve conditions in detention centres and UK aid provides humanitarian support to those who are in them
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.
No UK aid has been used to fund the ‘Unity Statue’ in India
UK aid is helping to combat crimes such as human trafficking, corruption and drug smuggling before they reach UK shores.
Today, Tuesday 30 October, there has been newspaper coverage of the Independent Commission for Aid Impact’s (ICAI) report on DFID’s maternal health programmes. This is DFID's response.