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Hi — the point of is to help the world's poorest people — and it should stay that way. We spend 99.3% of GNI on ourselves, and the proposal to effectively slash aid and scrap is not the I want to see.
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Kirsty McNeill Feb 18
While it’s sad some thinkers and politicians aren’t as interested in value for public money as they should be it’s great to see the fixating on getting the best results from .
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DFID Feb 19
Tax is far from boring 😴 is helping send British tax experts to developing African countries. This means they can be less reliant on international aid and offer new economic opportunities that benefit both countries 👍👍👍
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NikitA 🍀 Feb 20
Replying to @DFIDNepal
Good news indeed. Hats off to the /.
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Eric Addae-Kyeremeh 20m
Small steps towards system transformation . Well done to your team and all teachers/educators involved.
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Justin McKenzieSmith 2h
Spent the day meeting fantastic young people of and . Focuses the mind to remember that what we all do today determines their future.
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Richard Darlington 3h
“We’ve lost our marbles” says a British UN diplomat... It’s only our 0.7% commitment that wins us ‘some kudos’ in the U.N. General Assembley
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DFID Nepal 19h
. met with Nepal’s Finance Minister, Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada, today to discuss moving forward a package of UK support to strengthen investment in infrastructure in Nepal and to promote women’s economic empowerment.
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Richard Morris 22h
. are doing great work with to reduce the negative impact of brick kilns on the environment & workers. New designs mean post-quake kiln reconstruction is more fuel efficient and emits less pollutants. Great example of tackling pollution & improving lives.
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Fiach🇵🇰🇬🇧 Feb 21
Inclusive and Special Education Approaches in Developing Countries 📚👦🏽👧🏿 Useful new funded with focus on Ethiopia🇪🇹but highlights need for better on the most cost effective ways to ensure every child gets a quality education!
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KingsFaithDYEI Feb 20
People of peace educating and strategizing for a peace 2019 general election.
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DFID Feb 20
This shampoo bottle is saving thousands of babies’ lives in Bangladesh. By connecting it to a tube and filling it with water, it acts as a very low cost ventilator for babies with pneumonia. Created in , Dhaka & supported by .
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DFID Feb 19
. returned to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh for a second time to see how is making sure no Rohingya are left behind and is protecting women by giving them safe places and training.
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DFID Feb 19
. sees how is protecting vulnerable women from trafficking in Burma and helping them into skilled jobs in registered garment factories.
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ICAI Feb 18
New review - International : UK aid for low-carbon development - finds the UK demonstrated a convincing approach to joint international action promoting low-carbon devt through its £5.8bn climate finance commitment Find out more:
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DFID Mozambique Feb 18
JOINT NEWS RELEASE: funds Nutrition and Resilience building in Mozambique. “Acute food insecurity can disrupt lives and livelihoods of local communities“. will continue investing in Mozambique’s future and act fast to respond to needs.
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DFID Nepal Feb 18
"The completion of the road is only the start. This road is yours, you built it. It is now up to the people of Triveni municipality to take advantage of this access & use it for your economic development." representative Dr Simon Lucas
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DFID Nepal Feb 18
celebrates the completion & handover of the 29.68km motorable road to Triveni municipality from & Govt of Nepal. Built over 5 years, the road construction provided 970,384 days of employment to 1756 locals, 44% of which were women.
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DFID Feb 18
. rescues & protects young women from human trafficking across Asia, giving them safe shelter & employment, with support from . met some of these women while in Yangon, Burma & heard how they now have the chance to reach their full potential.
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The HALO Trust Feb 17
Angola has been plagued by landmines for over 30 years. Thanks to 🇬🇧 we are teaching people how to stay safe from these deadly weapons, until they can be removed for good.
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