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Baroness Sugg Sep 20
Today we've announced an £87m package to help Rohingya refugees. We'll increase the support provided to women and girls - thousands fleeing Myanmar were raped and assaulted, and they remain vulnerable to sexual violence in the refugee camps.
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DFID Sep 17
The UK won’t turn its back on Neglected Tropical Diseases, which can mean a lifetime of blindness, disability + disfigurement for some of the world’s most vulnerable people. A new programme across 25 countries will help for good.
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Matthew Rycroft Sep 20
Over 700,000 Rohingya people were forced to flee their home in the face of horrific brutality. Extra will provide vital support for women such as reproductive health care + emergency shelter for survivors of violence + trafficking. Read more👉
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DFID 5h
Deforestation and climate change are threatening Kwame's future. This is how is helping
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MAG Sep 21
The British public should be proud to know they are doing their bit! 🇬🇧 🇦🇴
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UK in Kenya Sep 21
The UK is helping combat the negative effects of climate change in Kenya. Thro’ our Green Mini Grids project, is investing £9.6 million in improving access to clean energy in Kenya, supporting new business models & financing for mini grids & electricity networks.
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UKinZimbabwe Sep 19
No cattle deaths in an arid area of Beitbridge in southern Zimbabwe this season, thanks to and partners 🇬🇧!
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Baroness Sugg Sep 19
One part of my Ministerial responsibility is disability inclusion, and today's highlights a project with  aiming to set up 100 new ventures in assistive technology - watch the video to hear Bernard explain how he's going to make that happen
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Baroness Sugg Sep 16
I'm now on twitter! Follow me for all things and I recently wrote that will continue to be a positive, progressive force for women and girls' rights. Read about it here 👇
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DFID Sep 19
We’re determined to spend aid where it is most needed and deliver the very best value for money. Here are some of the ways has transformed the lives of the world’s poorest in 2018 ⬇️
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UK in Somalia🇬🇧🇸🇴 Sep 19
See how through its health programme in is making tangible difference to the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable.
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Alok Sharma Sep 21
is supporting Iraq as it rebuilds following the conflict with Daesh, tackling the roots of terrorism by increasing political stability, security & prosperity in the region. A stable Iraq is good for the Iraqi people, the UK and the world.
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Matthew Rycroft Sep 22
Very exciting to be back in New York for . Looking forward to showcasing 🇬🇧 leadership + achievements on global challenges including: 🔷 Climate Change 🔷 Girls’ education + women’s rights 🔷 Economic development 🔷 Technology to solve development issues
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DFID Sep 21
We're proud to support lifesaving work in with . Find out more 👉
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Baroness Sugg Sep 17
Fascinating visit to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - a key partner in fighting diseases (including snake bites!) across the globe. World-renowned organisations like contribute to the great global reputation of
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Stuart Brown 🇬🇧 Sep 15
Here are just some of the ways is supporting democratisation in : ➡️Upgrading voter registration systems ➡️Supporting women in journalism ➡️Promoting minority rights ➡️Improving transparency and accountability in the justice sector
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Trun Vishal Sep 21
The wants to cut , a budget that helps poorest & most vulnerable. RT to disagree
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cindy greene 2h
Hi as a I'm proud that is leading the way to ensure every child can go to school and learn. Will you keep this up and commit support to this year?
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Robin Zelaya 3h
Welcome to , Alok Sharma! Millions of lives depend on and the decisions you make about it — and as a I'd like to see the world's poorest people always top of mind. I'm proud to see our aid tackling inequality worldwide!
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mmami 12h
Hi — as a I stand in solidarity with the world's poorest people and want you to do the same in . Please continue to protect , ensuring it's delivered with the primary goal of ending extreme poverty, and through an independent
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