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UK donates £47 million for poverty-stricken Afghan girls’ education projects

The UK government has pledged a grant of £47 million to fund education projects for underprivileged young girls of Afghanistan. An agreement to that effect was signed between UK’s Development Secretary Justine Greening and Afghan Finance Minister Dr. Hazrat Omar

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UK donates £47 million for poverty-stricken Afghan girls' education projects

The UK government has pledged a grant of £47 million to fund education projects for underprivileged young girls of Afghanistan. An agreement to that effect was signed between UK’s Development Secretary Justine Greening and Afghan Finance Minister Dr. Hazrat Omar

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USD 200mn aid package pledged to Afghanistan by UK

The UK government has pledged over USD 200mn in annual aid to Afghanistan until 2017. Britain’s Secretary for International Development Justine Greening made this announcement during her meeting with President Hamid Karzai at the Presidential Palace. She said her country

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USD 6.5mn worth of development projects being implemented in Helmand

Eighty-five uplift projects would be implemented over next nine months at a total cost of USD 6.5mn in Musa Qala, Sangin, Grishk, Nad Ali, Nawa, Marja and Garamser districts of Helmand province. Funded by the UK government, the projects include

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UK to give Kabul £165m a year after its troops leave

Britain will have to provide Afghanistan with £165 million a year after troops leave to ensure the country does not collapse, according to a report by an influential think tank. Without the cash the fledgling democracy in Afghanistan will be

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British MPs question the aid budget to Afghanistan

The committee of MPs scrutinizing the budget of the Department for International Development (Dfid) said that the annual 178 million Euros is being wasted. Dfid has been allocating the above mentioned sum for bolstering the Afghan government. The committee, however,

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