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Work of Independent Commission for Aid Impact examined

20 June 2012

The Committee will question the ICAI Chief Commissioner and DFID Permanent Secretary about the aid watchdog’s first year in existence and the findings of its studies.

Parliament TV: The Work of the Independent Commission for Aid Impact - June 2012
Inquiry: The work of the Independent Commission for Aid Impact - June 2012
International Development Committee

Witnesses

Tuesday 26 June 2012, Committee Room 5, Palace of Westminster

At 10.30am

Independent Commission for Aid Impact 

  • Graham Ward, Chief Commissioner
  • Mark Foster, Commissioner

At 11.45am 

Department for International Development

  • Mark Lowcock, Permanent Secretary
  • Joy Hutcheon, Director General, Country Programmes
  • Mark Bowman, Director General, Humanitarian, Security and Conflict

Purpose of the Session

In recent months, ICAI has published seven further studies into aspects of DFID’s work, including health and education in India, programme controls and assurance in Afghanistan, UK budget support operations, the Girl Hub, DFID’s Engagement with the World Bank, Education in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania, and electoral support through the UN Development Programme.

Further Information

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