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ONE reacts with ‘the Foreign Secretary has decided to cut spending on education, including for girls, by 5%’
“It is right to want UK aid to have the most impact and value for money possible, but this is often best achieved by working with the international organisations the Foreign Secretary wants to move away from.”
ONE accoglie con favore i contributi italiani durante il Summit COVID-19 per porre fine alla pandemia
The ONE Campaign commenta l’annuncio del governo italiano di contribuire con ulteriori 31 milioni di dosi di vaccini al programma COVAX e 200 milioni di euro in nuovi finanziamenti all’ACT-Accelerator per garantire un accesso globale ai vaccini.
Today the Global Covid Summit took place, where donors were asked to provide new pledges to boost the international pandemic response. The UK, for the third time, did put anything new on the table.
With the European Commission’s commitment at the 2nd Global COVID Summit, The ONE reacts with ‘it is vital this is completed’
The ONE Campaign is calling on leaders meeting this week at a Global Summit on the global pandemic response to task upcoming challenges
Nel contesto delle attuali crisi dovute alla pandemia e alla guerra in Ucraina, dal sondaggio emerge che 8 italiani su 10 ritengono la cooperazione internazionale importante per prevenire minacce pandemiche future e che il sostegno ai rifugiati di guerra non debba andare a scapito di investimenti governativi per l’eradicazione della povertà nel mondo (77%).
ONE reacts to the IMF World Economic Outlook report. ONE’s Africa Executive Director, said ‘these projections show the continued devastating impact’
IMF Board’s decision to back the Resilience and Sustainability Trust (RST) . ONE states ‘: “This could not come at a more critical time.
The ONE Campaign warned that more countries could be pushed to the brink if aid levels continue to stagnate
Today (Thursday, 31st March), the National Audit Office has released a report which looks at the decision to cut UK aid from 0.7% of National Income to 0.5%. The report found that the sudden nature of the decision meant that it compromised on strategic, long-term programmes, and put value for money of UK aid at risk.
The increasing fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shows the rationale for keeping the cut to UK aid is out of date and the return to previous levels must be accelerated, according to anti-poverty group The ONE Campaign.