DANIDA

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DANIDADanish International Development Agency
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AGF is a pan-African non-bank financial institution owned by the African Development Bank, Danish International Development Agency and Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation.
The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), Government of Denmark is supporting the Youth Parliament Pakistan as part of its two-year program on support to democracy.
ReCom - Research and Communication on Foreign Aid programme was launched in early 2011 by the Danish International Development Agency (Danida) and the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida).
Danish International Development Agency (Danida) has provided [euro]4om for the purchase of a dredger for use at the port.
Since 1990, Visser has been involved in the development and implementation of educational training material for many world organizations, including the Ministry of Education of Mozambique, The United Nations Children's Fund, Finnish Development Organization, Danish International Development Agency, and other organizations throughout the world.
The Danish International Development Agency was, and continues to be, the largest bilateral donor in the fishery sector and its support was instrumental in strengthening the Fisheries Administration and upgrading the private sector.
KAMPALA -- Danish International Development Agency (Danida) will make an $8 million interest-free loan to smallholder tea growers in Uganda to purchase tea-processing machines.
I first worked with the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), but later joined JHPIEGO (an international NGO working in Reproductive Health).
The contract, awarded by Sri Lanka's National Water Supply and Drainage Board and funded by the Danish international development agency Danida, covers the turnkey delivery of a potable water treatment plant with a daily capacity of 180,000 cubic metres.
It is supported by grants of US$11 million from the European Union through the European Investment Bank and the European Commission in Egypt, US$9.5 million from the German Agency for Technical Cooperation and US$3 million from the Danish International Development Agency. The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Energy is contributing US$6.3 million.
The first 60MW was completed by the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) in 2001 and DANIDA has since invested in another 120MW tranche.
The Danish International Development Agency (Danida) had offered to retrofit a local cement kiln to become a hazardous waste incinerator to burn stockpiled obsolete pesticides and future toxic wastes.
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