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Two new ICAI reviews announced

21 May 2020

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and the government’s 0.7% aid spending target will be the subject of two forthcoming reports from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI). The proposals for the two new reviews have been agreed with Parliament’s International Development Committee, which signs off ICAI’s work plan. ICAI’s information note on Gavi will provide […]

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ICAI’s work during Covid-19 pandemic

24 Mar 2020

We recognise that this is an unprecedented and extremely challenging time. We continue to scrutinise UK aid programmes during this period, in line with our mandate and at a time when monitoring public spending is as important as ever. However, we are keeping our workplan under constant review, working with parliament, the departments we scrutinise, […]

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ICAI information note – Mapping the UK’s approach to tackling corruption and illicit financial flows

19 Mar 2020

The UK has an important role to play in international efforts to tackle corruption in developing countries – but the government’s domestic approach and the rapidly-changing nature of the threat are among six potential ‘lines of enquiry’ highlighted in a new report from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI)

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New approach paper – Assessing DFID’s results in nutrition

20 Dec 2019

A new review from the independent aid watchdog will look at work by the UK government to tackle malnutrition and end hunger in the world’s poorest countries. The Independent Commission for Aid Impact has today published an approach paper for its upcoming review, which will assess the results achieved by the Department for International Development […]

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