Labour is committed to championing aid and development post-pandemic, working alongside faith-based organisations, the Shadow Secretary of State for International Development has said.
said. In spite of the recent merger of DFID and the
MPs and policy experts will tomorrow (Tuesday 4 August, 5.30pm) discuss the future of UK aid ahead of the merger of the FCO and DFID.
The abolition of DFID is a political move, and the world’s most vulnerable people will pay the highest price.
abolition of DFID is a political
The abolition of DFID is shocking evidence of the UK putting its own economic interests above saving lives. The terrible irony is that Global Britain has today shrunk following years of an anti-aid agenda taking root at the heart of Government.
Minister Boris Johnson today announced that DFID will be merged with the Foreign
International aid agency World Vision has launched a £64m aid plan to help millions of the world’s most vulnerable people defeat coronavirus.
DFID must prioritise the most
International children’s charity World Vision UK hosted a general election hustings event open to all electoral candidates for Milton Keynes North.
All parliamentary candidates should sign up to keep Britain as an outward-looking country committed to helping the world’s most vulnerable communities, World Vision urges today.
Our Call to Action to 2019 General Election candidates. Use your voice for the most vulnerable children
I want to see DFID stay as a standalone department because I …
The argument that DFID should be merged with the Foreign Office amounts to a backdoor attack on the aid budget, says Gareth Wallace, Government Relations Manager for World Vision UK.
World Vision UK calls on the new DFID Secretary to fight for the department to remain independent.
World Vision UK on Monday presented the Department for International Development with a petition urging it to increase spending to stop children being abused and assaulted in disaster zones.
petition calls on DFID to this year commit to increasing this …
New International Development Secretary Rory Stewart must put UK aid back on track and ensure that it meets the needs of the most vulnerable children, says World Vision UK.
Paulito and his family survived Cyclone Idai. Now they face major concerns for their future.
Adelino has a beautiful smile, but when he speaks of Cyclone Idai which ripped apart his community - his world - his eyes betray the suffering he’s seen.
The full scale of the damage in Mozambique is unknown, but thousands of children are alone and vulnerable.
Hundreds of thousands of people "could drown" as dams in Mozambique and Zimbabwe could burst, following a devastating cyclone and flooding in southern Africa.
“Today’s debate on aid again dredges up a question which has already been answered time and time again – DFID should absolutely not be merged into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office."
Slashing the aid budget, as a new report from the Henry Jackson Society suggests, would have a shattering effect on the world’s most vulnerable children and their families.
Call on the UK Government to keep its promise to end violence against children
DFID Minister Harriet Baldwin previously …
The £12.5 million announced by the UK Government today for ending the worst forms of child labour is really good news for some of the world’s most vulnerable children.