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Overseas Aid

Question for Department for International Development

UIN 176134, tabled on 8 October 2018

To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, which organisations received more than £20 million from her Department in financial year 2017-18.

Answered on

11 October 2018

The supply partners that received more than £20 million from DFID in financial year 2017-18 are in the table below.

Adam Smith International Ltd


AECOM Professional Services

Marie Stopes International

African Development Bank Group

Maternal Newborn and Child Health Programme, Pakistan

AgDevCo Limited

Medicines for Malaria Venture

Asian Development Bank

Mercy Corps Europe

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation, Ethiopia

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Ministry of Health, Government of Ethiopia


Mott MacDonald Ltd

British Council

Norwegian Refugee Council

British Red Cross

Oxford Policy Management

CARE International

Pakistan National Cash Transfer Programme

CDC Group plc.


Coffey International Development Ltd

Population Services International

Commonwealth Scholarships Commission


Crown Agents Bank Limited

Save the Children

Crown Agents

SG Hambros Bank & Trust Ltd

DAI Europe

St Helena Corporate Finance

European Commission (including the European Development Fund)

State Bank of Pakistan

European Commission – Core Development budget

Tanzania Ministry of Finance

European Investment Bank

The International Committee of the Red Cross

Food and Agriculture Organisation

The Power of Nutrition.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

The World Bank Group

Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization

Trademark East Africa

Government of Montserrat

United Nations Foundation

IMA World Health


IMC Worldwide Limited

Voluntary Services Overseas

International Organization for Migration

World Food Programme

International Rescue Committee

World Health Organisation

Karandaaz Pakistan

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