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grant-aided

adj
given financial assistance by an organization
Translations

grant-aided

[ˌgrɑːntˈeɪdɪd] ADJ (Brit) → subvencionado

grant-aided

adj studentgefördert; group, school, programmesubventioniert

grant-aided

[ˌgrɑːntˈeɪdɪd] adjsovvenzionato/a
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General Grant Aid, Loan Aid, Technical Cooperation and Cultural Grant Aid), Japan's assistance to BiH reached around 1 billion KM during the past 20 years, covering vital sectors such as primary health care, education, demining, environment protection, infrastructure etc.
This Emergency Grant Aid is to provide humanitarian assistance for Somalia and Central African Republic which suffer from the consequences of conflict and drought, through the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
The grant aid for Bhutan Telecom's (BT) Development of Business Continuity Plan for Disaster Control project was also signed.
The grant aid is designed to support the promotion of the economic and social development of developing countries by providing support for their socioeconomic stability, including assistance for capacity building in counterterrorism and promotion of public security.
The Japanese Ambassador said through his home country's government has been extending grant aids to Nigeria in different fields over the years, the country considers the grant aid in health and agriculture particularly important because advanced pharmaceutical research and improved agricultural production have direct, positive impact on the quality of life and on the inclusiveness of growth.
During the meeting it was informed that under Economic and Social Development Programme of Japan's Grant Aid, provision of two road stabilizers were being requested in addition to the two units of Emulsion Asphalt Lorry, two units vibratory Single Drum Roller, four units Pneumatic Tired Roller, four units Vibratory Tandem Roller, four units Walk Behind Roller and Wheel Type Asphalt Paver.
Figure 3 shows the breakdown of institutional grant aid at fouryear public and private nonprofit institutions into aid that is distributed on the basis of financial need, aid that is distributed for other reasons but helps meet financial need, and aid that institutions award to students who can afford to pay on their own or whose aid exceeds their need.
According to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan that this emergency grant aid will be used to provide support such as food and non-food items, improve water, sanitation, health and medical care and implement education and clearance activities of explosive remnants of war (ERW) in besieged areas in Syria where urgent assistance is needed, according to Jordan's news agency (Petra).
The KOICA's total amount of grant aid to Uzbekistan exceeded $55 million in 1995-2013, which was aimed at the implementation of projects in health, education, information technologies, agriculture, water management and energy spheres.
The grant aid is extended as a part of international supports to alleviate the PA financial difficulties.
In particular, the grant aid will be allocated to public education as well as hearing public comment in advance of the constitutional referendum.
The Grant Aid for the Project for Enhancement of Coastal Communications Systems worth JP[yen]1.