Test your knowledge of overseas aid with this 15-question GCSE quiz.
If you haven't already done it, work through the overseas aid web enquiry on the PowerPoint. Or do it again to help fill in any gaps in what you know!
Aid means giving help
Aid only benefits the recipient, not the donor.
Aid can take the form of money, goods, technology and skills.
Aid can come from individuals, organisations or governments.
0.7% of GNI
1% of GNI
$1 billion a year
10% of GNI
Aid from one government to an organization such as the World Bank
Aid from charities
Aid from the government of one country to another
Aid given to tackle an emergency situation
The Daily Mail
The UK government
The Ethiopian government
A high-income political country
A high interest poor country
A heavily indebted poor country
A highly involved political country
Compensation for damage or wrong-doing
Paying for repairs to infrastructure after a disaster
Aid from a charity
Charities weren’t doing a good job.
They wanted to raise money for long-term aid.
They are better than the other charities.
They wanted to collaborate to raise funds quickly in an emergency.
Gross National Interest
Gross National Income
Great National Interest
Great National Income
They don’t have enough money
They want quick results to show their donors.
They don’t have enough time.
They are only equipped to tackle short-term projects.