Are you proud of UK aid?

Picture of a woman called Ferhiya, holding her twins in front of her new temporary shelter, after flash floods forced her to flee from her home.

Ferhiya lost everything when flash floods hit her village last year. UK aid supplied her with blankets and shelter to keep her family warm and dry. Our mobile health clinic treated her 11-month-old twins for malnutrition and vaccinated them against waterborne diseases.

Aid saves lives. It protects the hardest-to-reach children and gives them a chance of a better future. From life-saving healthcare to life-changing education, UK aid supports families to stand on their own feet.

In the last five years, UK aid has vaccinated more children against deadly diseases than the entire population of Britain.

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What else has aid achieved?
  • UK aid has helped 8.5 million women and girls in over 20 developing countries to access contraception in the past five years, giving them the power to plan for their futures.
  • UK aid has helped beat global crises like the Ebola epidemic. Britain played a lead role in tackling the disease, sending 250 doctors and nurses from the NHS and training 4,000 Sierra Leonean and international health workers. Together, they helped to ensure that Sierra Leone is now Ebola free.
  • Since 2011 UK aid has ensured that 5.1 million babies were delivered safely with the help of doctors, nurses or midwives.
  • For every £1 invested in water and sanitation, £8 is returned to a developing country’s economy through increased productivity.
  • Since 2011, UK aid has funded the distribution of 49.7 million long-lasting, insecticide-treated bed nets - saving up to 808,000 lives from being lost to malaria.

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