Worldwide development aid topped USD 131.6 billion (ISK 16,400 billion) last year—which is a 6.9 percent increase on the year before. That figure includes a near-doubling of funding towards helping refugees, up to USD 12 billion (ISK 1,500 billion).
The UK was one of only six wealthy nations to hit the UN foreign aid target in 2015 as some governments diverted cash to deal with the migration crisis, new figures show.
Coming second only to the US in the total amount donated, Britain gave a larger proportion of its wealth in aid than 22 other developed nations, according to the latest survey by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Spending by developed countries on hosting or processing refugees almost doubled in 2015, but that didn’t come at the expense of aid budgets, which also rose, the Organization for Economic and Cooperation and Development said Wednesday.
Development aid given by rich countries rose to a new high in 2015, mainly because of an increase in funds spent on hosting and processing refugees, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said on Wednesday.
Last year the British parliament passed a law that binds Britain to give away 0.7 per cent of national income in development assistance abroad. Britain is one of the few OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries that have met the United Nations ODA (Official Development Assistance) target for OECD countries.
Rwanda’s Farmer Field School (FFS) has been recognized by a French based international organization among top ten innovations that transformed lives of farmers in a short time. FFS consists of learning-by-doing process where technicians from the Rwanda Agricultural Board […]
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