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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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and Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda on Wednesday signed the exchange of notes on the grant aid for spare parts and maintenance equipment for the Philippine military's helicopters.
Ambassador further observed that the second Non-project Grant Aid is designed to procure products worth approximately 2 million US dollars, made by Japan's small and medium enterprises.
It is for all these reasons that we have been urging ministers to "re-balance" their approach and this is reflected in a speech to our recent Funding Conference by Jane Hutt AM where she restated the Welsh Government's commitment to the use of grant aid ("Grants is the Welsh way").
A total of 44 groups, from preschools and sports clubs to local environment groups, are to share a slice of pounds 43,000 from Lichfield District Council's Grant Aid and Grant Aid Plus The funding allows groups to apply for cash to improve services for Lichfield district residents.
The environmental program grant aid of $6.7 million is extended to implement the project to introduce a solar photovoltaic power plant for the first time in the West Bank.
Martin Parkinson, CCW's Grants Policy and Strategy Officer said: "Over the years, CCW has grant aided some excellent project that have benefited Wales environment as well as creating opportunities for people to enjoy our natural heritage.
I have read Liverpool 8 LawCentre was under threat because of the cut in grant aid from Liverpool city council.
Although average grant aid per student is growing, it's not by enough to prevent increased reliance on borrowing, the College Board stated.
Enterprise Minister Micheal Martin announced the Government had dropped its attempt to get grant aid for the EUR1.6billion development in Leixlip, Co Kildare.
Bosses in Rhondda Cynon Taf with fewer than 250 workers but trading outside the county could receive grant aid in the New Year.
A proposed development of the museum site involves pounds 147,000 Heritage Lottery grant aid, the borough council and three different owners of land at the site, he said.