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The Government has missed an opportunity to use tax reform to help reduce developing countries’ reliance on aid, says Christian Aid in response to the budget.
Development agencies and church leaders have welcomed the fact that the government has held to its commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of GNI on aid.
As Conservative Party activists press to get the coalition to water down it's commitment to international aid, development campaigners are pushing back.
In response to the UK government’s decision to re-programme aid to Rwanda, Christian Aid has welcomed the assistance to the poorest and most vulnerable.
The United Nations has warned that the ongoing conflict in Syria, will lead to a sharp spike in the number of people needing urgent aid.
Church World Service wants President Obama to increase global assistance for hungry and poor people and lead the way to “fair and generous” immigration reform.
Stung by criticism that it was among the aid agencies portraying Africa in too negative a way, Oxfam has launched a more positive campaign against hunger.
UK-based global development agency Christian Aid has welcomed the government's aid target while urging action on corporate secrecy and tax havens.
Christian Aid has welcomed a speech by Shadow International Development Secretary Ivan Lewis which called for the underlying causes of poverty to be tackled.
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