The Government continues to use British international investment to provide honest, reliable finance to help low- and middle-income countries take control of their futures without fear of unsustainable debt with strings attached. We intend to support countries to raise their exports, increase trade with the UK and build sustainable, resilient global supply chains that benefit all.
The Government aims to restore funding for women and girls worldwide, increasing our efforts and leadership beyond this financial commitment, so that our new approach satisfies criteria of education, empowerment and ending violence.
Accordingly, the Government has again promised to allocate £3 billion in funding for humanitarian crises over the next three years, encouraging the international system to act ahead of conflict, climate shocks and famines. Britain will help lead a multinational climate response, as we did at COP26, while sustaining a continued focus on global health.
The Government intends to return to 0.7% spending of the Gross National Income on Official Development Assistance as soon as the economic situation permits.