DFID


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DFIDDepartment for International Development (UK)
DFIDDepartment of Foreign and International Development (UK)
DFIDDivision for International Development
DFIDDirectorate for International Development (UK)
DFIDDepartment for Industrial Development (various locations)
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For the second tranche, DFID has provided 11 DLIs in total amounting to GBP APS 98.
In a separate report, ICAI called for improvements in the way DfID worked with multilateral organisations such as the World Bank, European Union and United Nations agencies, claiming the department "lacks a clear strategy for its engagement".
Currently, DFID provides 8 million British pounds in assistance annually to support strengthening of work of the Kyrgyz parliament, improvement of public finance management, support of investment climate in Kyrgyzstan.
An unidentified aid industry expert told the daily, "It is surprising that no action was taken, which suggests that, at best, DfID was asleep to the loss of its property and, at worst, that its local partners were colluding with the terrorists.
It has revealed stories about DFID spending pounds 5 million on private security for a consultancy project that was worth just pounds 1.
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He said with the cooperation of DFID many projects had been launched in the health and education sectors of Punjab which were reflecting positive results as well.
The members of the delegation included Head of DFID Pakistan Richard Montgomery, Provincial Head of DFID Punjab Ben French, along with other important dignitaries.
LAHORE -- New head of British Department for International Development (DFID) in Punjab Ben French called on Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif and discussed cooperation between Punjab government and DFID in education, health, skill development and other sectors.
DFID's Kyrgyzstan Office will be closing this month, and DFID will transfer [pounds sterling]4 million to USAID for over three years to support programs that will strengthen parliamentary democracy in Kyrgyzstan.
As a result, DfID contacted PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and requested that they conduct a detailed process review of Phase II and III of the SHGS and the allocation of grants to individuals displaced by the volcanic crisis.