Completed: 20 November 2012DFID’s education programme in Nigeria operates in a very challenging environment, DFID has spent £102 million to date, with a further £126 million committed to 2019.
Completed: 17 October 2012Pakistan is a large country facing major development challenges. This review looks at DFID’s work in health, education and humanitarian assistance.
Completed: 14 September 2012When the rains failed in the Horn of Africa in 2010-11, a chronic situation became a crisis affecting over 12 million people. This report looks at the effectiveness and value for money of the UK’s £200 million emergency response.
Completed: 13 July 2012The Asian Development Bank’s work is important to DFID’s mission, since nearly three-quarters of the world’s poor live in Asia, including in its middle-income countries. We assess the effectiveness of DFID’s engagement with the Bank.
Completed: 13 July 2012Our report assesses the Conflict Pool, which funds activities that contribute to peacekeeping overseas and support conflict prevention and stabilisation. It is managed jointly by DFID, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Ministry of Defence.
Completed: 18 May 2012This review assesses DFID’s performance in India by looking through the lens of DFID’s work in one state across four health and education programmes.
Completed: 18 May 2012During the decade 2005-15, DFID spent over £1 billion of bilateral aid on education in three East African countries: Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania. This review assesses how well that money was spent.
Completed: 18 May 2012This review assesses budget support, aid given directly to a recipient government, which represents 15% of the UK’s bilateral aid budget. In the right conditions, budget support can offer an effective and efficient way of providing development assistance.
Completed: 25 April 2012DFID spent £140 million in electoral assistance through UNDP between 2001-11. This is a review of DFID’s management and oversight of this funding.
Completed: 22 March 2012This review assesses DFID’s systems of control and assurance over its expenditure in Afghanistan.
Completed: 22 March 2012The World Bank is important for delivering UK development assistance. DFID contributed £1.6 billion to the Bank in the 2010-11 financial year, which represented a fifth of all UK ODA.
Completed: 22 March 2012Girl Hub, a joint initiative between DFID and Nike Foundation, was established to help decision-makers and donors do more to address the needs and rights of adolescent girls. Our report assesses this partnership.