Mark Lowcock

Biography

Mark Lowcock was the Permanent Secretary for the Department for International Development between 9 June 2011 and 7 July 2017.

Previous roles in government

  1. Permanent Secretary

    • 2011 to 2017

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  1. Kenya’s Economic Take-Off and How the UK Can Support It

    • Speech
  2. Economic development: The good news from Ethiopia, and what might make it even better

    • Speech
  3. Modernising Development Finance: the future of Official Development Assistance (ODA)

    • Speech
  4. Mark Lowcock: How Britain is helping develop Africa’s infrastructure

    • Speech
  5. Mark Lowcock: A year on from the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan

    • Speech
  6. Development agencies and conflict: Good progress, but can do better

    • Speech
  7. Making mining work for development and how development agencies can help

    • Speech
  8. Economic growth - How to get some in a changing world

    • Speech
  9. Mark Lowcock: Prospects for Africa and the role of development assistance

    • Speech
  10. Mark Lowcock: The future of international development

    • Speech