Developing Countries: Education

International Development written question – answered on 20th May 2008.

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The Department for International Development's (DFID) humanitarian policy seeks to ensure that priority needs are met in emergency situations. In an emergency, education is considered alongside other humanitarian needs and is funded in situations where it is considered high priority by the UN Humanitarian Co-ordinator in the affected country. UNICEF and Save the Children share responsibility for ensuring that education needs are met, which includes demonstrating education needs to the Humanitarian Co-ordinator.

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Joshua Freeman
Posted on 21 May 2008 1:35 pm (Report this annotation)

Parliament were deciding important issues on abortion and other embryo related matters, and all Moore can do is sit and write out letters.

His vote sniffing pigmy political posterior is being voted OUT the next general election if he dose not get it IN the commons during this embryology bill debate.

I don’t pay taxes or give him my vote for him to dodge political potatoes !!!