Monthly Archives: March 2015

Every child in the developing world is a Malala


NB: Before you start flaming me and criticising me for this post, think through before you comment. So across the last few years, Malala Yousafzai has been seen by many in the development community as the golden child of development. … Continue reading

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A reason to maintain/increase both UK development and defence budgets


https://britisharmedforcesreview.wordpress.com/2015/03/16/another-reason-for-maintaining-uk-defence-and-aid-spendingtargets/ Read and understand

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No, no, no, it does not turnupsavelives


The 0.7% fetish reached its zenith today as the 0.7% bill by Michael Moore was passed today see this twitter announcement. Great, an archaic target is reached by the UK 45 years after it was not legally enshrined in the … Continue reading

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