About: Eloise Todd

Development Policy 26-05-2015

Aid should reach the poorest people first

A new funding plan to deliver basic health and education for everyone is essential to end extreme poverty, according to The ONE Campaign’s DATA Report 2015: Putting the Poorest First. The report was launched today (26 May), in advance of theForeign Affairs Council on Development held the same day.
Euro & Finance 15-11-2013

Europe’s ‘phantom’ companies are helping criminals

European finance ministers meeting in Brussels today should take clear action to clamp down Europe’s anonymous shelf companies, which are used for money laundering and other criminal purposes, writes Eloise Todd.
Development Policy 25-06-2013

Campaigner: Don’t cut aid when we’re on the cusp of achieving MDGs

A new report shows that sub-Saharan Africa suffered disproportionately from cuts to aid spending by EU member states. This could endanger the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals at a critical time, says Eloise Todd.
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Development Policy 26-03-2013

The 2014-2020 EU Aid Budget: Enough to do the job?

Europe’s leaders are in the final stages of negotiating one of the world’s biggest aid budgets. But how committed are they to delivering on promises to sustain the EU’s involvement in developing economies? In austerity-hit Europe, should development be prioritised and how? What will 2013 and beyond bring for those in the EU’s development sector?
Global Europe 25-06-2012

Campaigner: Crisis dwarfs EU’s development aid

EU’s collective aid levels went down last year and Germany, France and Italy are responsible for 68% of the funding gap. Meanwhile, Spain, the Netherlands, Austria and Greece have achieved less than 25% of their spending promises made to Africa, says Eloise Todd.