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Fergus Cochrane-Dyet Sep 17
Correct that UK frozen all bilateral funding to Zambian Govt in light of potential concerns until audit results known. takes zero-tolerance approach to fraud & corruption.
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UKinZimbabwe 7h
At Glenview Poly Clinic Treatment Centre: -funded Non-Food Items (NFIs) are being handed out to the community. The kits contain: 💧Jerry Can- to clean water in 🚰Aquatabs- to purify water 👐Soap- to wash hands 🚿Information flyer on prevention
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Greg Hands 6h
Good to see - with support - Zambians growing a more diverse set of agricultural produce, which helps improve nutrition - eg fish for Vitamin A and fruit for Vitamin C. Child stunting - 40% of Zambian under-5s - as much about poor diet as shortage of food.
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Alistair Burt Sep 19
Thousands of innocent Syrians have been displaced by the indiscriminate attacks of the Asad regime. It is horrific and unacceptable. I’m in Turkey to understand how is stepping up to provide vital water, food, shelter and medical care for those forced from their homes.
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Will Quince MP 4h
Visiting a water supply and sanitation project supported by in Gondar, Ethiopia 🇪🇹 and supplying 20+ years of climate resilient clean water to over 50,000 people. This is improving living conditions and health outcomes for those living in poverty. 🇬🇧
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UKinZimbabwe 11h
Team from DFID is visiting treatment centres in Harare. Here they’re at Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital to look at measures taken to fight the outbreak with support.
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Alistair Burt Sep 19
The apathy of the Asad regime to the loss of civilian life is staggering. I met supported , a remarkable civilian tech company that uses text and social media to provide early warnings of incoming attacks to help people get to cover.
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Harriett Baldwin Sep 13
My thoughts are with those suffering from the cholera outbreak in , and those who have lost their lives. is providing essential health and sanitation supplies and supporting our partners with their critical work on the ground.
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DFID Sep 14
Love Actually director and co-founder Richard Curtis believes in the power of education. He spoke to us at the launch of our new and programme that will connect UK pupils with classrooms around the world. Read more:
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Matthew Rycroft Sep 13
We are committed to rising to the global challenge of ensuring a quality education for all. A great example is helping British doctors share expertise using digital tech to train medical students in Somaliland. This is why
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Greg Hands 13h
Pleasure to meet Her Honour the Vice President of Zambia, Ms Inonge Wina with our delegation. Excellent discussion of nutrition, health & education issues in Zambia and how is helping.
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DFID Sep 14
Film director Richard Curtis has backed our new and programme that will link British pupils with children in schools across Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Schools can sign up here:
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Hendrix C Chiyenge 🇿🇲 Sep 19
PF government looking for the like: 😂😂😂
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UKinZimbabwe 7h
Through the -funded Child Protection Fund (CPF) social workers from are on the ground and manning call centres assisting children and families during the outbreak.
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Mary Hunt Sep 17
Children in Sierra Leone are going back to school today. is supporting the Government’s initiative to provide free quality education for more than 1 million students - girls and boys - in government schools
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Alistair Burt Sep 17
is backing the inclusion of in the English Dictionary. Currently it isn’t! We support people around the world who are building peace every day. They deserve recognition. Over to you, .
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DFID Sep 16
is partnering with to link British pupils with children in schools across Africa, Asia and the Middle East, building relationships and giving young people the chance to learn about and act on global issues.
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Greg Hands Sep 18
Am proud that the Government meets its international pledges on spending 0.7% GNI on aid - but it must be spent properly. Lots of work in Zambia is not routed via the Zambian government, by the way.
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September 14 6h
The wants to cut , a budget that helps poorest & most vulnerable. RT to disagree
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