- The Belgian Government
Belgian development cooperation aims to achieve sustainable human development. This aim is to be achieved by fighting poverty and strengthening democracy and the constitutional state.
- The Canadian Government
The mandate of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada is to manage Canada’s diplomatic and consular relations, to encourage the country’s international trade and to lead Canada’s international development and humanitarian assistance.
- The Government of Denmark
Denmark’s development cooperation aims to fight poverty with human rights and economic growth.
- The Government of Finland
The basis for Finland’s development policy is the set of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) established by the United Nations, which aim at eliminating extreme poverty. In addition to reducing poverty and inequality, Finland supports the long term goal of freeing developing countries from their dependency on aid, through strengthening their own resources.
- The Government of Netherlands
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands is the channel through which the Dutch Government communicates with foreign governments and international organisations. It coordinates and carries out Dutch foreign policy. The Ministry has two halves: its headquarters in The Hague and its missions abroad (embassies, consulates, and permanent representations).
- The Government of Sweden
The overall target of Sweden’s development assistance is to ensure that those in poverty have the ability to improve their living conditions. To carry out this assignment effectively and strategically, it encompasses all areas of society and can be described in five areas: democracy, equality and human rights; economic development; knowledge, health and social development; sustainable development; and peace and security.
UKaid concentrates on improving health, increasing the quality of education, reducing vulnerability among Kenya’s most disadvantaged, and catalysing private sector growth to create more jobs for young people.