UK NGOs in the dark about EU aid funding post-Brexit

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With five weeks until Brexit, U.K. NGOs still have "no idea on the status of their existing contracts with the EU, or projects in the pipeline, or future funding opportunities," Bond's Claire Godfrey told Devex.


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Opinion: 800 million reasons why disability is a key development issue

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Eight hundred million people with disabilities live in developing countries. Interim President of the World Bank Group and CEO of the World Bank Kristalina Georgieva weighs in on making disability inclusion the norm rather than the exception.

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