Cuts in UK aid must not hit the poorest
DI responds to the announcement that UK aid is to be cut by £2.9 billion this year
The merger of the UK’s Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office: DI’s response
DI responds to the decision to merge the UK’s DFID into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and explains why it presents worrying times for the development sector and those in critical need of international cooperation.
New Covid-19 funding data visualisation launched
Grand Bargain transparency workstream co-convenors, the World Bank Group and the Government of the Netherlands have today launched a new prototype tool to visualise the international response to the pandemic.
DI joins international Leave No One Behind coalition
DI joins a coalition to give voice and agency to marginalised groups at risk of being overlooked in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
New IATI Humanitarian Data Portal launched
A message on coronavirus from Development Initiatives
DI establishes new partnership with Strathmore University, Kenya
DI and Strathmore University’s @iLabAfrica are pleased to announce a new partnership that will lead to collaborative projects in 2020 and beyond.
DI appoints Clarence Edwards as Head of External Relations, US
DI appoints Libby Drew to board of directors
DI is pleased to announce that Libby Drew has been appointed to the organisation’s board of non-executive directors.