World Vision U.K. Report Says Britain Spends Too Little On Child Protection Aid In Dangerous Countries

The Guardian: U.K. accused of ‘abandoning children to their fate’ in world’s deadliest countries
“An international charity has accused Britain of abandoning children in the world’s most dangerous countries to their fate, with minimal aid spent on their protection. Only 2.5 percent of U.K. aid, £35m, was spent on projects that protect children from violence in 2017, according to research commissioned by World Vision U.K…” (Ratcliffe, 11/6).

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