Aid hub

International aid forms an important part of a complex set of international development interventions that aim to lift people out of poverty and support countries to become self-sustaining.

This hub brings together the most useful aid resources to support those wanting to stand up for aid, and it gathers the latest news and views about international aid.

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Aid resources

Man stands in destroyed Tacloban after Typhoon Haiyan
Learnings based on Tearfund's response to Typhoon Haiyan, which hit South East Asia in 2013.
8 August 2018
Displaced people crossing the border from Ivory Coast to Liberia
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report navigates through the financing landscape, looking in detail at where resources are needed, who they come from, where they go and how they get there
19 June 2018
Beekeeper in Guatemala
This report from ICAI finds that DFID's approach to value for money helps to make UK aid spending go further, but there is room for improvement.
21 February 2018
Digital world and connections
The Donor Tracker is an online resource that offers free, independent, up-to-date analysis of 14 major OECD donors.
9 February 2018
The Transition from Aid
This discussion paper from THET makes the case that for aid to alleviate extreme poverty in the poorest countries it is important to recognise the role of UK engagement with middle-income countries.
25 January 2018
Women carrying water in Ethiopia
This report provides lots of information on the successes and failures of the EU and member states when it comes to aid targets.
17 October 2017

Aid news and views from Bond

People silhouetted against sky
How can we harness humanitarian trends to support crisis-affected people to have more influence over the aid they receive?
26 November 2018
Headshot of Penny Mordaunt
Secretary of state for international development Penny Mordaunt outlined her vision for UK aid, including using aid for private sector investment into developing countries post-Brexit.
9 October 2018
Waterfront houses in Nha Trang
New World Bank data estimating the number of people in poverty as of 2015 shows that although progress has been made on aggregate, poverty headcounts are increasing in a number of countries.
2 October 2018