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 Prime Minister's commitments to climate, the environment and education at this weekend's G7 Summit
The Telegraph has published an article today following an interview with the International Development Secretary Alok Sharma on his first visit to Ethiopia.
The Financial Times has published a story on safety concerns for some UK aid funded classrooms in Pakistan. DFID is making sure every school and classroom is fit for purpose, at no extra cost to the British taxpayer.
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 …
DFID's announcement that hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans will receive life-saving support thanks to UK aid as the country faces a potentially catastrophic famine has received national and international coverage
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.