The Head of DFID Sudan, Ben Mellor, has just started tweeting, you can follow him @bjmellor. This has prompted a debate in the office about whether we can explain what DFID Sudan does in a tweet. I think Ben's tweet above …
Emily, Policy and Aid Effectiveness Officer, DFID Sudan
I arrived in Khartoum Sudan in October 2011 and my job covers a range of responsibilities for DFID Sudan. I lead on our policy work to make sure multilateral organisations deliver for DFID and consider how we can effectively involve all donors in our work. I lead on communications for DFID Sudan making sure the UK and Sudanese public’s understand what DFID is delivering here including ministerial visits. I am also supporting the design of a new private sector programme for DFID Sudan.
When I started at DFID in October 2010, I didn't expect to be getting on a plane a year later to move to Sudan. My first year at DFID was spent working in our Internal Audit Department, ensuring that the money DFID …
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