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  • The project is financed by the European Development Fund which is involved in large projects for rice culture in the deltas of the Niger and Bani rivers both in Mali and Guinea.

    Chapter 6

  • We have pressed Government to let the new Local Enterprise Partnerships LEPs have powers to oversee skills strategy and planning and proper access to RDA assets and the £1.5billion of European Development Fund money which has been a key source of funding for major regeneration projects across the North but whose future is now uncertain.

    Blackpool MP calls for 'real localism'

  • The Centre for the Development of Industry (CDI) is an ACP-EU institution financed by the European Development Fund (EDF) under the Lom Convention bringing together the European Union and the 70 ACP countries

    Chapter 10

  • South African firms and individuals will be eligible to tender for projects undertaken in ACP countries and financed under the eighth European Development Fund.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But French companies 'presence in southern Africa was not commensurate with France's status in the world, although France did contribute 27 percent of the European Development Fund, a major financier of SADC projects.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • South African companies will further be able to tender for projects financed by the European Development Fund in ACP countries.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • IF e gts the green light, the programme will be financed by the European Development Fund, the EU's aid package from African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He has been a consultant for cattle breeding associations and for the European Development Fund, too.

  • • The intergovernmental European Development Fund (an envelope of currently €22.6 billion) has to be brought into the general budget of the community, so as to increase oversight by the European Parliament and reduce earmarked funding dominated by national interests while still allowing EU member states to co-finance Commission aid programmes.

  • The study is being financed by the European Development Fund.



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