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|Leader||Secretary of State for International Development|
|Sponsor of||Center for Global Development|
The Department for International Development existed in the British Government from 1997 to 2020.
“The blind eye turned by USAID and DFID to the human rights violations and forced evictions that accompany the so-called development strategy of Ethiopia is shocking. These agencies give virtually unconditional financial, political, and moral support to the Ethiopian government and DFID currently spends a larger proportion of its overseas aid budget on Ethiopia than any other country. During their investigation, the DFID and USAID representatives were given first-hand accounts of human rights abuses but the agencies have subsequently claimed, and still claim, that these accounts have not been substantiated.”
Will Hurd (July 2013) 
- ↑ ”Ethiopia is Top UK Aid Recipient.” VOA, February 28, 2011, http://www.voanews.com/content/ethiopia-is-top-uk-aid-recipient-117204413/157544.html (accessed June 29, 2013).
- ↑ https://assets.survivalinternational.org/documents/1376/ignoring-abuse-in-ethiopia-dfid-usaid.pdf