DFID Must Increase Efforts On Disability Inclusion, Independent Aid Watchdog Says

Devex: DFID has ‘considerable distance to go’ on disability inclusion, says watchdog
“The United Kingdom’s Department for International Development has a ‘considerable distance to go’ if it is to make good on its pledge to center disability in its work, a U.K. aid watchdog has warned. DFID has made disability and inclusion a key focus for U.K. aid, with Secretary of State Penny Mordaunt — a former disabilities minister — saying in her maiden speech in November that, ‘as a department, we will put disability at the heart of everything that we do’…” (Edwards, 5/17).

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