The HALO Trust is the world’s largest humanitarian land mine clearance organisation, which is responsible for saving lives and restoring communities threatened by land mines and other weapons of war.
During the conservative party conference which took place online this year, CFID director Katherine Mulhern gave a brief introduction of the role of CFID to members of CWO as part of a general presentation to members of CWO about the nature and work of conservative friends groups.
The Conservative Friends of International Development and the Kyle House Group co-hosted a private round table which brought together MPs and senior members of the U.S. House of Representatives...
The event, which was extremely well-attended, included members of CFID, members of the Islington Conservative Federation, and members of associations from throughout the North East.
Trade is absolutely essential for international development, and Britain’s primary relationship with many developing countries is not one of aid, but of trade. After 31 December this year, the UK will ‘take back control’ of trade policy for the first time in nearly 50 years.
IGNORE THE SCEPTICS - AID ABROAD WILL SAVE LIVES AT HOME How Covid aid abroad will save lives at home. James Cowan, CEO of landmine charity The HALO Trust says the last month has been the Covid ‘Battle of Britain’.
It is hard to imagine a more beautiful place in the world than Chizarira National Park in Zimbabwe. Sitting atop the Zambezi escarpment, with views across the community lands to Lake Kariba and on to Zambia, Chizarira has over 25 permanent fresh water springs feeding myriad streams and rivers that...
The Rt. Hon Andrew Mitchell MP, former Secretary of State for International Development recently wrote an article for The Daily Telegraph on the role of the Department for International Development.
CFID are delighted to host a guest blog submitted by a project Umubano 2017 alumni Dr Suzanne Bartington. Working with colleagues at the University of Rwanda College of Science and Technology (UR-CST) Suzanne has been able to extend the legacy of the first Umubano visit in a professional capacity.
CFID are delighted to host a guest blog submitted by Jakob Kopperud, the World Bank Special Representative to the UK & Ireland and head of the World Bank office in London. As we mark End Poverty Day on 17th October, we need to remember that we live in a world...