Labour has accused the coalition government of ploughing £1.8billion of its foreign aid budget into headline-grabbing projects instead of more useful schemes.
Here is a breakdown of where UK foreign aid has been spent in the 2014-15 financial year.
Selected major projects
Bangladesh: Primary education development programme
Ain: To provide quality primary education to all children
Sierra Leone: Kerry Town Ebola treatment facility
Aim: To provide a specialist Ebola centre for healthcare workers and the local population
Nigeria: Justice for All programme
Aim: To improve the capability, accountability and responsiveness of the key organisations in the security and justice sector
Nigeria: Stability and reconciliation programme
Aim: To enhance efforts to identify and respond effectively to potential sources of violent conflict
Burma: Support for conflict-affected people and peace-building project
Aim: To meet more of the basic humanitarian needs of refugees and displaced and persons in conflict-affected border areas
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