I won't comment.
You and I have had some conversations in my office, and you've brought some information to me on the cash-on-delivery aid, which I read. I have a few questions, and I wonder if we could pursue them a little.
First, you've given us only one example of a project between the U.K. and Ethiopia. Madame Laverdière opened up truly a whole basketful of questions by asking about other contributions from other countries.
Has Engineers Without Borders latched onto this as their primary goal for getting aid diverted? Why would you do it just on the basis of one project in one country? What kind of empirical evidence is there that this should be the way we should be delivering aid?