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The future of UK aid on Prezi --- Tanzania will still be part of UK AID

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by nngu007, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. nngu007

    nngu007 JF-Expert Member

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    [HR][/HR][h=2]Where we will work[/h]We will concentrate our resources and impact in 27 countries:
    Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
    We will also have three regional programmes in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean, and development relationships with three aid dependent Overseas Territories – St Helena, the Pitcairn Islands and Montserrat. And we will continue to work flexibly as and where necessary, including with the international community, to provide humanitarian assistance where it is needed.
    Our bilateral programmes in the following countries will come to an end:
    Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burundi, Cameroon, Cambodia, China, Gambia, Indonesia, Iraq, Kosovo, Lesotho, Moldova, Niger, Russia, Serbia and Vietnam.
    Some will close immediately, others will close over the next five years as the countries graduate from UK aid.
    [HR][/HR][h=2]Who will we work with[/h]Our Multilateral Aid Review took a long, hard look at 43 of the global development agencies we work with, such as the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank. We cannot hope to solve the problems of all poor countries on our own – especially in war torn regions – which is why working through these international organisations is a vital part of the UK’s fight against poverty.
    We will increase support for the most effective agencies such as UNICEF, the GAVI Alliance for vaccinations and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. Core DFID funding to four poor performing agencies will end and four further agencies will be asked to improve their effectiveness.