belfasttelegraph Tuesday, 21 October, 2014

UK Department for International Development

Related articles from BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

  1. Britain has an historic and moral duty to recognise Palestine as a state, a former international development minister has said.

UK Department for International Development

Search news from around the web

  1. Source: Department for International Development Country: Sierra Leone, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Around 150 British Army personnel left RAF Brize Norton this morning to add to ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Ebola: Justine Greening flies to Sierra Leone with British army medics video

    International development secretary Justine Greening heads to Sierra Leone with around 100 British army medics to see the results of British efforts to curb Ebola. Waiting with uniformed teams at ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. UK steps up aid to help Sierra Leone fight Ebola

    International development secretary joins troops flying to stricken west African countryJustine Greening, the international development secretary, is joining British troops heading to Sierra Leone to help with the fight ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Britain rejects Imran Khan’s allegations about misuse of development aid

    London- British newspaper “The Mail” says Britain has rejected allegations by Imran Khan that international development aid given by it to Pakistan was going into the pockets of corrupt politicians ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation (Pakistan)

  1. Source: Danish Refugee Council Country: Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The British Government, already a key humanitarian actor in the Syrian crisis, has ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Source: Department for International Development Country: Sierra Leone, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Britain’s latest Ebola aid flight carrying vital medical supplies landed in Freetown yesterday ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  3. Source: Department for International Development Country: Sierra Leone, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship began her journey to Sierra Leone today as part ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  4. Source: Government of the United Kingdom, Department for International Development Country: Sierra Leone, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Personnel from Hampshire’s 22 Field Hospital will provide ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

About this topic

Wikipedia

The Department For International Development (DFID) is a United Kingdom government department, the goal of which is "to promote sustainable development and eliminate world poverty". As of 9 June 2009: The Permanent Secretary since 2008 at DFID is Nemat (Minouche) Shafik. Originally created as the Ministry of Overseas Development (ODM) during the Labour government of 1964-70, the agency lost its... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

Timeline of coverage

  1. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-06
    2014-09-06
  2. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-07
    2014-09-07
  3. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-08
    2014-09-08
  4. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-09
    2014-09-09
  5. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-10
    2014-09-10
  6. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-11
    2014-09-11
  7. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-12
    2014-09-12
  8. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-13
    2014-09-13
  9. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-14
    2014-09-14
  10. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-15
    2014-09-15
  11. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-16
    2014-09-16
  12. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-17
    2014-09-17
  13. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-18
    2014-09-18
  14. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-19
    2014-09-19
  15. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-20
    2014-09-20
  16. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-21
    2014-09-21
  17. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-22
    2014-09-22
  18. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-23
    2014-09-23
  19. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-24
    2014-09-24
  20. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-25
    2014-09-25
  21. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-26
    2014-09-26
  22. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-27
    2014-09-27
  23. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-28
    2014-09-28
  24. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-29
    2014-09-29
  25. Click to see all coverage from 2014-09-30
    2014-09-30
  26. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-01
    2014-10-01
  27. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-02
    2014-10-02
  28. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-03
    2014-10-03
  29. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-04
    2014-10-04
  30. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-05
    2014-10-05
  31. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-06
    2014-10-06
  32. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-07
    2014-10-07
  33. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-08
    2014-10-08
  34. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-09
    2014-10-09
  35. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-10
    2014-10-10
  36. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-11
    2014-10-11
  37. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-12
    2014-10-12
  38. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-13
    2014-10-13
  39. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-14
    2014-10-14
  40. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-15
    2014-10-15
  41. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-16
    2014-10-16
  42. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-17
    2014-10-17
  43. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-18
    2014-10-18
  44. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-19
    2014-10-19
  45. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-20
    2014-10-20
  46. Click to see all coverage from 2014-10-21
    2014-10-21

Login

Login to make editorial changes to the current page.

Login Cancel

Close