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Brexit and International Aid

As Brexit looms ever closer, the question of how it will affect the UKs international aid efforts remains just as ambiguous. The UK remains one of 5 members of the EU that allocates at least 0.7% of their Gross National Income (GNI) to Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), and Priti Patel has reaffirmed the UKs commitment to maintain this amount as part of the UNs Agenda 2030. 615 more words


With great data comes great responsibility

by Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Chair, Development Assistance Committee
and Jorge Moreira da Silva, Director, Development Co-operation Directorate, OECD

This article is featured in the Development Co-operation Report 2017: Data for Development… 642 more words


Leslie Griesdorf DDS Member CDA and ODA

A consistent member and participant in the Ontario Dental Association, Dr. Leslie Griesdorf DDS was by extension a member in the Canadian Dental Association due to his local professional society in Toronto.   105 more words

Leslie Griesdorf

First Legal, Modern-Day Hemp Crop Harvested In Washington, But Needs A Buyer 

Oregon farmers planted the state’s first legal crops of industrial hemp a couple of years ago. Now the first Washington state farmer to plant the non-drug cousin of marijuana has harvested the crop. 46 more words

Dept. Of Agriculture

China: Biggest donor of foreign aid?

AidData, a research lab at the College of William & Mary, tracks statistics pertaining to foreign aid, some of which is quite elusive. They find that over the last 15 years (2000-14), China has provided $350 billion in official finance to other countries. 231 more words


Upcoming canola study frames talks on crop’s future

A three-year study on canola’s compatibility with other crops in Oregon’s Willamette will guide negotiations over future regulatory or legislative limits.

A highly anticipated study on the impacts of canola production in Oregon’s Willamette Valley will soon be released after three years of research. 30 more words

Capital Press