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When you think of the phrase 'poor countries,' what comes to mind? The British public mostly associate poor countries with 'health-related challenges' & 'low standard of living,' but are less likely to associate them with 'aid dependence.' #DatabyDEL June '22 #poverty #devcomms https://t.co/ejn2X3vVcJ

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Why did people in Great Britain take an interest in the war in Ukraine? #GlobalDev #refugees Thanks again to Sebastian Boerescu for the great visuals. https://t.co/fdJjbJ6Mzl

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A Ukraine thread! Today we're asking: Are the British public less willing to give after helping victims of the #Ukraine war? Not exactly... And what's behind the public's engagement with the invasion of Ukraine? Results from our latest survey. 1/2 #Devcomms #DatabyDEL https://t.co/NDYHrNfbue

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The UK government has just pledged £0 at the #GlobalFund pledging conference, despite the latest data showing that... #GlobalHealth #water #globaldev #UNGA77 #DatabyDEL https://t.co/JweO1HaBMY

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How generous are Europeans compared to the U.S. public when it comes to donating to global #poverty causes? #IOTW #DatabyDEL #GlobalDev #DevComms Lovely visualisation from DEL intern Sebastian Boerescu. https://t.co/iBtOi4Wjlj

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