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Thursday, 09 June 2011

Action plans set out the future of UK aid

The British Government set out in detail how it will change the lives of millions of poor people around the world. The full release of the operational plans – available to download here – map out the results UK aid will achieve over the next four years in every country DFID works in.

The set of plans show exactly how Britain's aid programmes will deliver results and measure progress up to 2015, including:

  • In Ethiopia, providing basic healthcare for 7.5 million people
  • In Pakistan, getting more than 4 million more children into school
  • In Democratic Republic of Congo, protecting 15 million people from malaria
  • In Uganda, getting access to contraception for 1.35 million more women
  • In Zambia, supporting more than 3 million people to vote in the next elections
  • In Sierra Leone, ensuring 1 million people get access to drinking water

The plans follow a series of comprehensive aid reviews undertaken earlier this year to make sure Britain’s aid budget is as focused and effective as possible.

Source: DFID