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Australia will contribute additional $15.7M food, medical assistance to Sahel, South Sudan
FAO conference supports regional trust fund, calls on UN body to help member countries halve food waste
Drought, dire economic straits force 43,000 African refugees to migrate to Yemen
World Bank grants $38M for South Sudan’s feeder roads rehabilitation, agricultural projects
Bomb explodes near UN convoy carrying peacekeeping operations chief Hervé Ladsous
WHO needs more ‘flexible funds’
Dwindling aid threatens education of migrants along Myanmar-Thai border
ADB approves $11.2M for Philippine anti-poverty initiatives
Rainy season brings ‘exponential increases’ in cholera deaths in Haiti, where funding is drying up
ActionAid: Global, domestic mobilization of financial resources needed to boost quality and quantity of education aid
Samar road project pre-bidding conference May 28
Communications minister says Padma bridge construction to push through even without loan
Doctors fear looming health disaster in Sudan’s Nuba mountains
Is UN Security Council’s ‘Big Five’ bullying small member states?
Neil Clark: Privatization, ‘open’ economy spell disaster for Arab spring countries
Sri Lanka ready to receive foreign assistance but not foreign interference
UK aid will increase but meeting 0.7 percent target unlikely
10 ideas for David Cameron and the post-2015 development goals panel
Jonathan Glennie: Development cooperation needs to focus on a broader, more inclusive framework
US plan to double international aid awards to foreign vendors could put American contractors in the red
Unable to support government-proposed financial reform program, IMF pulls out advisory team from Swaziland
Switzerland agrees to fund $4.3M ‘green’ project in Indonesia
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