24 Nov 2022
UK aid has provided valuable support to people in Afghanistan, but it failed to achieve its core goal of promoting stability through building a viable Afghan state, a new review by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) has found.
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10 Nov 2022
ICAI has today published its planned approach for a forthcoming review of UK aid funding for refugees in the UK, which is a significant and growing proportion of UK aid.
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26 Oct 2022
ICAI is today publishing the approach paper for a forthcoming review of UK aid for trade.
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6 Oct 2022
A new review by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact examines how the UK’s aid transparency practices have evolved since 2015. Aid transparency plays a fundamental role in the UK’s commitment to providing high quality and accountable development assistance. The UK has established itself as a global leader on aid transparency, but concerns have been […]
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20 Sep 2022
To coincide with the Global Fund’s next round of fundraising from 19 to 21 September, the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) publishes an information note on the UK’s engagement with the fund. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is the world’s largest funder of efforts to defeat three of the deadliest […]
Read more on ICAI publishes new information note on the UK’s work with the Global Fund, as seventh replenishment takes place
17 Aug 2022
ICAI is today announcing a new information note looking at the UK’s support for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, ahead of the seventh replenishment process taking place later this year. The UK is a founding member and long-time partner of the Global Fund. It is the third largest donor, with total […]
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14 Jul 2022
The UK’s humanitarian response to the COVID-19 pandemic comes under the spotlight in a new report published by ICAI
Read more on UK’s rapid humanitarian response to the COVID-19 pandemic saved lives and built resilience, but could have done more on inclusion of some vulnerable groups
30 Jun 2022
Lack of clarity about direction and resources available continue to affect the implementation of recommendations intended to improve the effectiveness and impact of the UK’s aid spending, a new report by the UK’s aid watchdog has found.
Read more on ICAI follow-up of 2020-21 review reports mixed results
21 Jun 2022
ICAI is today publishing its approach for its forthcoming review of UK aid to Afghanistan.
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31 May 2022
UK aid channelled through the World Bank instrument for the poorest and most fragile countries provides good value for money, but the UK could do more to advocate for improvements, according to a new report from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI).
Read more on UK aid channelled through the World Bank’s International Development Association provides good value for money