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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19 May 2020
Evidence note by the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) on the effectiveness of UK aid is published by the International Development Committee.
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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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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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26 Feb 2020
A new review by the UK’s aid watchdog will look at the government’s approach to tackling modern slavery through the aid programme.
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12 Feb 2020
UK aid has been “mostly effective” at helping some of the poorest and most vulnerable in Ghana – but as the country works to become less reliant on aid, the UK should take care not to scale back its financial support too quickly, a new report from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) has warned.
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10 Feb 2020
ICAI Chief Commissioner Tamsyn Barton writes about our recent mutual prosperity event.
Read more on New blog – The use of UK aid to enhance mutual prosperity
9 Jan 2020
A flagship government programme to tackle sexual violence in conflict zones risked letting survivors down due to a lack of senior leadership, poor strategy, and cuts in funding, a new report from ICAI has found.
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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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23 Oct 2019
The government is increasingly spending foreign aid in areas where it can deliver benefits to both the UK economy and countries eligible for aid – but care must be taken to ensure the primary aim of poverty reduction isn’t diluted or lost, according to a new publication from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI). […]
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