Stephen Crabb MP & Sir Desmond Swayne MP: The next Prime Minister must uphold Britain’s commitment to overseas aid
Writing on Conservative Home on 12 June CFID members and Project Umubano alumni Stephen Crabb MP and Sir Desmond Swayne MP call for those in the Conservative Leadership contest to uphold our commitment to international development. The next Prime Minister
Last summer CFID ran the inaugural Project Urafiki, in Tanzania. The successor to Project Umubano the Conservative international social action project. Twentyone volunteers, including three MP’s, Cllr’s, Candidates and grass root activists took part in three projects in
Writing to The Times on 11 June, former DFID Secretary of State defended the 0.7% target. He argues that Ministers must be careful that highly questionable spending does not undermine the UK’s international leadership as a development superpower.
International Development Minister Baroness Sugg delivered a speech about UK aid’s commitment to women and girls’ rights at the Women Deliver Confernce in Vancouver on 3 July 2019. In which she discusses the importance of education, preventing violence, and