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Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron as well as several charities have condemned Boris Johnson's decision to merge the Department for International Development with the Foreign Office.
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US cuts all aid to Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza
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Small is beautiful: How a Japanese micro-turbine is transforming a Nepalese village
Japan's Ibasei has installed six small turbines in Nepal, and transferred the technology, bringing light to the darkness of schoolchildrens' classrooms and their homes.
Unicef seeks to raise funds for Syrian children using cryptocurrency
Unicef has started recruiting gamers to mine Ethereum — the second-most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin — to raise money for Syrian children.
View: China has opportunity to become new leader in international development
As the United States and the European Union retreat from their foreign-aid commitments, only China has the resources and the interest to assume the mantle of global development leadership.
Japan at the forefront of assistance to Africa
Civil society gets a say at EU-Africa forum
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Job creation: the EU-Africa Business Forum
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World powers push for more aid for Afghanistan
Fifteen years after the US invasion to oust the Taliban the country remains reliant on international aid and faces a resurgent militant threat.
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Public funding, private loans - whatever it takes to get an education
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African Development Forum in Morocco
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UN Gaza agency forced to suspend aid to refugees
A shortfall in funding has forced the UN agency in Gaza (UNWRA) to suspend aid to tens of thousands of Palestinians for repairs to homes damaged in
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UNITAID chief speaks about ending extreme poverty, tackling AIDS and innovative fund raising
Philippe Douste-Blazy is a former minister in the French government and President of UNITAID. He wants to eradicate extreme poverty and raise
UN COP19 Climate Change Conference in Warsaw
As evidence grows suggesting that global warming is accelerating, more climate change talks take place in Warsaw. Negotiators are still poles
Still too many children not getting an education
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UKIP MEP unrepentant about ‘Bongo Bongo Land’ comment
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