The Future of DfID
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  • funding, business development
Photo by: James Fulker / DfID / CC BY
With Parliament still working to determine exactly what a break from the EU will mean for Britain, the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) has already seen some significant shifts.

Join us on Wed. 8 March at 1pm GMT (8am EST) in an online discussion with our London correspondent, Molly Anders to talk about the future of DfID and the UK aid market overall.

By attending the event, you will have a chance to learn more about:
  • What's happening behind-the-scenes at one of the world's most influential donors
  • How shifts toward an 'aid for trade' model may affect your funding strategy
  • The role of media in foreign aid in Britain - and how to shape your public image in this climate

We will also be answering your questions on anything from DfID’s recent multilateral aid review or economic development strategy, to Priti Patel’s vision for DfID in a post-Brexit world.

This online event is open exclusively to Devex Executive Members. If you haven't yet upgraded yet, you can do so as part of your registration the event. 
Molly Anders Molly Anders
Global Development Reporter, Devex

Molly is a global development reporter for Devex. Based in London, she covers U.K. foreign aid and trends in international development. She draws on her experience covering aid legislation and the USAID implementer community in Washington, D.C., as well as her time as a Fulbright Fellow and development practitioner in the Middle East to develop stories with insider analysis.

Alan Robbins Alan Robbins - Moderator
Partner and Global Head of Partnerships, Devex

With a passion for the concept for mainstreaming development, Alan works with Devex members to help them do their work even more effectively, or, as the tagline goes, to Do Good. Do It Well. He is responsible for building new, innovative partnerships with all types of development actors, from aid agencies to corporations to NGOs and everything in between.