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DFID May 24
Replying to @DFID_UK
Baroness Sugg recently travelled to Nepal where is supporting gender-based violence survivors through specialist centres + helping girls and women to challenge stereotypes and succeed.
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DFID May 24
Replying to @UNFPA
Today committed new support to end gender-based violence and support survivors in Syria through ’s humanitarian operations - tackling its root causes and providing safe spaces
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DFID Inclusive May 24
Today at , we are proud to announce a further £7 million in funding to support tackle violence against women and girls in Syria.
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DFID Inclusive May 24
Violence against women is preventable - even during crises! Baroness Sugg at speaking about 's work to eliminate and ensure women's sexual and reproductive health and rights.
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Alicia Herbert May 22
As always, advocating for girls’ and female empowerment. Proud that is major global investor in girls education.
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DFID Nepal May 21
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The project is part of the UK's Girls Education Challenge, the largest global fund dedicated to girls’ education. By improving teaching and learning, challenging violence against girls, and changing attitudes to girls’ education, the UK is helping over a million vulnerable girls.
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DFID Nepal May 21
Empowering women decision makers is important for the 's equitable development. Our International Development Minister met with a group of female Deputy Mayors in Nepalgunj yesterday to discuss shared experiences and challenges and the importance of solidarity.
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DFID Nepal May 21
Building safe spaces for counselling can play a huge role in helping women and girls fight gender-based violence. Baroness Sugg visited province 5 to meet community women and police to listen to their GBV experiences and hear of the impact of UK funded work.
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UK Aid Direct May 15
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 May 10
Women's political participation is essential for peace and stability Women must have a voice in decision-making 🙋‍♀️ RT if you agree
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Wilton Park May 8
The 🌍 is off-track in ending This is why policy makers and experts are meeting at But how far off-track is the 🌍? Globally it's estimated that affects 35% of women and girls That's 818 million people That's 3 x the population of 🇺🇸
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David Malpass May 1
Urban safety net program in provides cash grants to invest in livelihood opportunities and training to vulnerable communities for broader work opportunities. Their work protects 2.5 hectares of forest from erosion on the side of Mount Entoto.
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Karen Peachey May 3
Looking forward to reading this important report by Are you in London on the 13th and interested in attending the launch? Direct message for booking details.
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Jeremy Hunt May 3
Nearly a year on from the Global Disability Summit in London, the UK remains committed to helping people with disabilities realise their full potential. As is the remarkable Kenyan Paralympic gold medal winner who I ran with this morning
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GLAD Network Apr 30
Yesterday, the meeting provided a space to learn more about Gender, Intersectionalities and Disability, as well as a progress-update of the Network's activities 📸📸📸
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DFID Inclusive May 1
Very successful opening discussions at the GLAD donor network meeting in Ottawa taking stock of huge progress in 2018. Proud to be co-chairing with and
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Dom Haslam Apr 29
Good to hear of encouraging members to adopt the DAC marker on disability spend so we can track inclusive aid delivery. This has been a shared call from so very pleased to see it taking shape!
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Darren Welch Apr 29
Great to hear strong multi-stakeholder agreement with UK priorities for the high-level meeting: sustainable, equitable financing; integrated health systems to tackle fragmentation including health security and , nutrition, and ; and quality of care
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DFID Inclusive May 1
An important article and video from on ending in - 'No sex without fighting' - tackling toxic masculinity in DR Congo
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Nicola Jones Apr 25
Pleased to be back in Jordan this week to discuss emerging baseline findings with colleagues on programming strengths and gaps in supporting adolescents from Jordanian, Palestinian and Syrian communities
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