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18.04.2017

The UK will protect over 200 million people from the pain and disfigurement caused by treatable tropical diseases, International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced on 16 April.

 

18.04.2017

On Wednesday 19 April the International Development Committee will begin taking oral evidence in its inquiry into UK aid: other government departments, with a range of representatives from civil society to academia. It will look at the spending of official development assistance by departments other than DFID, including their focus, their development effectiveness and capacity, as well as their transparency and accountability.

07.04.2017

April's NIDOS News is here! NIDOS is becoming Scotland's International Development Alliance, AGM date announced, and opportunities to join the NIDOS team. Plus the latest news, events, vacancies, and funding updates from around the sector. Read more.

04.04.2017

The Department for International Development (DFID) has issued a report on the feedback from the discussion and dialogue on UK Aid Connect. Thematic areas for the fund will be published as soon as they are announced.

 

04.04.2017

As part of our new strategic plan for 2017-2020, NIDOS is hiring an Effectiveness and Learning Advisor, a Policy and Advocacy Officer, and two volunteers.

 

 

04.04.2017

On 29 March, the Scottish Government announced the results of the fourth round of its International Development Small Grants Programme. NIDOS welcomes the announcement and is delighted to see that nine NIDOS members are among the organisations to receive funding.

27.03.2017

NIDOS is being rebranded! As part of our new strategic plan for 2017-2020, in the coming months we will change our name to Scotland's International Development Alliance. We aim to start using the new name along with a newly redesigned website in May, with a formal launch at our AGM on 13 September 2017.

 

27.03.2017

On 20 March, International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced new DFID funding for small charities. The Small Charities Challenge Fund is expected to open in the summer of 2017, and will be open to small UK-registered civil society organisations with incomes under £250,000. 

 

20.03.2017

The International Development Select Committee has launched an inquiry into the future of UK-EU development cooperation, looking at what the relationship on aid and international development should be with the EU after the UK leaves. Written evidence is being accepted until 15 May.

 

18.03.2017

The Scottish Government has announced that it will donate £200,000 to the Disaster Emergencies Committee's East Africa appeal.

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