foreign aid

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aid (such as economic or military assistance) provided to one nation by another

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In his address to the coordinative workshop organized by the Ministry of International Cooperation in coordination with expertise firm (Land Mile), in the field of assessment and follow-up, in order to come up with recommendations to contribute in the establishment of successful projects of the foreign aid provided by the European Union to support development projects in the country, calling for the organization of regular workshops to assess the projects on the national and state levels.
Basic parameters: State revenues and foreign aid under the Consolidated Fiscal Program at the end of the first half of 2015 are expected to amount to BGN 16 248,9 M (53,5% of the annual forecast).
Karazsia's 'The Truman Administration's Foreign Aid Legacy: From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism', to David Ekbladh's 'Harry S.
In short, foreign aid doesn't work for eight reasons: it costs a fortune; we can't afford it; corruption eats up a large part of it; it is often spent on senseless projects; it fills the pockets of despots and human rights abusers; it goes to terrorists and warmongers; it goes to countries which don't need it; foreign aid has become a fat cat industry.
The figure was revealed during the launch of the 2013 UAE Foreign Aid report, in the presence of Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, VicePresident and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
63 billion in foreign aid in 2013 -- more than any other nation in the world.
The deputy secretary general of IDPs and refugees in Darfur, Adam Abdalla Gamhouri, told Sudan Tribune on Thursday that IDPs categorically reject HAC's plan to expel foreign aid groups which continued to provide humanitarian assistance and basic services for them during the last ten years.
Yet numerous studies have found little evidence that foreign aid actually leads to greater economic development.
gives Israel over $3 billion annually-9 percent of the foreign aid budget and more than any other country.
It is time to move the discussion about foreign aid, growth, and development beyond ideology and preconceived ideas, and focus on what sound evidence can tell.
The Planning and Finance Ministry has announced that public investment through foreign aid in Sao Tome and Principe reached a total of 1.
Our government can throw taxpayers' money about like confetti in foreign aid, while back home decimation, destruction and ongoing misery are the order of the day because there is supposedly not enough money available.
Time to review our priorities and it is obvious that the first thing we must stop is foreign aid and start calling it home aid.
Contributors in international development, policy studies, and the social sciences consider both cooperation and competition in foreign aid given by countries and organizations in Northeast Asia.
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