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Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) will continue to scrutinise aid spending following the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development merger next week.
World Health Organization (WHO) announces the end of wild polio in Africa, marking a major step towards global eradication of the disease.
The team will help tackle the coronavirus outbreak in Lebanon, which has been made significantly more challenging by the explosion.
UK sends British ecology and marine experts at the request of the Mauritian government.
31 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions were reduced globally in the last nine years as a result of UK intervention according to new climate finance data.
Scheme will support workers in developing countries during the coronavirus pandemic and help keep some of the UK’s favourite products on high street shelves.
The UK will step up its commitment to helping Lebanon’s most vulnerable today, by pledging a further £20m in urgent humanitarian support
The five medics will travel to Lebanon to determine the urgent needs in the Beirut health system and look at how the UK can support.
Following yesterday’s explosion at Beirut Port, the UK has today announced a package of emergency support to Lebanon.
Sir Philip Barton has been appointed as the Permanent Under-Secretary of the new Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
UK aid will help Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine research on preventing the spread of infectious diseases like tuberculosis
Statement by Lord Goldsmith at the High-Level Panel at Chatham House’s Global Forum on Forest Governance
UK aid package will help control millions of locusts attacking crops across East Africa, Yemen and South West Asia
Funds raised by the DEC appeal will support the work of the 14 leading UK charities, who are helping to stop the spread of the virus and saving lives in refugee camps.
At a virtual event, the UK urged United Nations members to protect vital immunisation programmes whilst also supporting the search for a coronavirus vaccine.
The Disaster Emergency Committee has launched an appeal for donations to help the world’s most vulnerable through the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK has announced £5.3 million of new UK aid to support salaries of teachers in the world's poorest refugee-hosting countries.
International Development Secretary sees how UK aid is helping the Government of Iraq to deliver critical economic reforms and tackle coronavirus in the country.
The UK's Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivered a statement on women and trade at the event ‘Women’s Economic Empowerment through Trade’ organised by the International Trade Centre and the…
The UK's Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivered this statement at the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees High Level Meeting on 6 July 2020.
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