Documents/DFID

Business Plan 2012-2015

Strategic_Plan

Start: 2012-05-31, End: 2013-06-01, Publication: 2013-02-20

Source: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Documents/DFIDbusiness-plan2012.pdf

Coalition priorities: 1. Honour international commitments -- Honour the UK's international commitments and support actions to achieve the Millennium Development Goals 2. Drive transparency, value for money and open government -- Make British aid more effective by improving transparency, openness and value for money 3. Boost wealth creation -- Make British international development policy more focused on boosting economic growth and wealth creation 4. Strengthen governance and security in fragile and conflict-affected countries and make UK humanitarian response more effective -- Improve the coherence and performance of British international development policy in fragile and conflictaffected countries 5. Lead international action to improve the lives of girls and women -- Empower girls and women so that their lives are significantly improved and sustainably transformed through better education, greater choice on family planning and preventing violence against them 6. Combat climate change -- Drive urgent action to tackle climate change, and support adaptation and low carbon growth in developing countries

Other Major Responsibilities: 1. Respond to humanitarian disasters 2. Deliver on obligations to the Overseas Territories 3. Influence the global development system

Submitter:

Name:Owen Ambur

Email:Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name:Department for International Development

Acronym:DFID

Stakeholder(s):

  • Mark LowcockPermanent Secretary

  • Michael AndersonDirector General, Policy & Global Programmes -- Workforce: 553 Budget: £4331.40m -- Coalition Priorities: 1. Honour International commitments (co-lead with Richard Calvert) 3. Boost wealth creation

  • Richard CalvertDirector General, Finance & Corporate Performance -- Workforce: 535 Budget: £99.07m -- Coalition Priorities: 2. Drive transparency, value for money and open government (colead with Michael Anderson) 6. Combat climate change

  • Mark BowmanDirector General, Humanitarian, Conflict & Security -- Workforce: 452 Budget: £794.76m -- Coalition Priorities: 4. Strengthen governance and security in fragile and conflict-affected countries and make UK humanitarian response more effective (co-lead with Joy Hutcheon)

  • Joy HutcheonDirector General, Country Programmes -- Workforce: 1218 Budget: £2781.64m -- Coalition Priorities: 5. Lead international action to improve the lives of girls and women