Overseas aid doesn't just help developing countries, Britain also benefits hugely.
Boris Johnson has announced the UK's Department for International Development will merge with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
To stop sexual exploitation in the aid sector, more self-regulation by NGOs isn't the answer.
Most overseas aid workers remain largely cut off from the people they are in emergency settings to help.
Even as incomes are squeezed, the British public continues to give more money to international NGOs than anyone else.
We can all play a direct role.
Why NGOs and donors must have adult conversations about what development really means.
What does God have to do with climate change? A lot, if you want to engage with communities in the Pacific Islands, where almost everyone goes to church and religious leaders are hugely influential.
It could embolden other demands for diverting aid.
Constant staff rotations makes it difficult to pass on knowledge about an emergency situation.
Eritreans are at risk of severe malnutrition – but aid agencies struggle to access those in need.
We check the facts on how Australia's foreign aid spend has changed over time.
Options are open for how to spend £1.4 billion of British aid channelled through EU.
Britain uses its aid for soft power. How will that change after it leaves the EU?
Calls to stop division between emergency and development aid will be heard at UN's first ever humanitarian summit.
There is ongoing disagreement among OECD countries as to whether foreign aid spent in-house counts.
As the UN gears up to unveil the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, here are two new rules for development funding to help it go as far as possible.