DfID Releases More Operational Plans for Recipient Countries

The U.K. Department for International Development has released its operational plans for Kenya and Somalia. The two countries are among the 27 remaining recipients of U.K. aid following DfID’s bilateral aid review.

>> UK Releases Aid Review Results

In late March, U.K. Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell announced that DfID will begin publishing its operational plans for U.K. aid-recipient nations in April.

>> Andrew Mitchell: UK Bilateral Aid Operational Plans Out Beginning April

So far, DfID has published six aid plans covering the period 2011-2015, including those for Bangladesh, Ghana, Nepal and Pakistan.

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