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Christian Aid has welcomed a speech by Secretary of State of International Development, Justine Greening on 'going beyond aid' to tackle tax abuses, corruption and climate change.
A church relief agency is calling on the UK government to ensure that people with disabilities are at the heart of their international development programmes.
Two church bodies have written to the UK government, asking for assurances that funding for Malawi will still reach the most vulnerable, following cuts.
Multinational arms firm BAE Systems was grilled by MPs over the methods by which it proposes to pay almost £30 million to the people of Tanzania.
Opposition to the government’s commitment to overseas aid fails to reflect the continued resolve of many in the UK to fight global poverty, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid has welcomed the UK Government’s continued commitment to fight poverty in India, describing criticism of it as ‘misguided.’
Campaigners in both Bangladesh and Britain are resisting the conditions that the UK government is imposing on a climate finance offer to Bangladesh. UK ministers insist that their aid must be channelled through the World Bank.
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