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For example, the technology for water supply management may well be used under the scheme of today's grant" he maintained saying, "I believe these two Non-project Grant Aids will provide valuable opportunities to create synergy between Japan's technological advantages and Pakistan's development needs.
Long and Riley (2007) argued that students, particularly the low income and minority, generally have significant unmet financial needs after accounting for grant aid and loans they receive from the government and institutions.
Now SDLP leader, Mark Durkan, has written to Secretary of State asking ''by what means government has been monitoring how grant aid allocated from public expenditure to Shorts Bombardier in the last five years has been spent by the company''?
A One NorthEast spokesman said: "Our offer to support the company remains on the table, particularly with productivity improvements through our North East Productivity Alliance programme and possible grant aid to support the business in its future activities.
Labour will be fighting to ensure that decisions on grant aid are made openly and fairly and that the Lib Dems don't axe support for voluntary organisations working in the least affluent parts of the city.
Apart from the grant aid, Japan will dispatch an election monitoring mission headed by Shintaro Ito, the ministry's parliamentary secretary, and assist local nongovernmental organizations in their election monitoring activities, Aso said.
Year six, which runs to March 31, 2005, is under way with many golf clubs taking advantage of the pounds 125 grant aid to enhance their junior coaching programmes.
However, the money has to be spent within its first eighteen months of membership and Polish government officials have only minimal knowledge of the complex grant aid rules.
The pledge follows Tokyo's provision of 2 billion yen in grant aid to Tajikistan last August.
Japan's nonproject grant aid for structural adjustment support is designed to assist developing countries in restructuring their economies in connection with World Bank and International Monetary Fund programs.
The mega-rich Vesteys - worth pounds 600million - won grant aid for the filling station in Lochinver in Sutherland.
9 percent jump in in-state tuition and fees at public four-year colleges and universities in 2010-11, but their financial burden is being eased somewhat by record increases in federal grant aid, according to the 2010 Trends in Higher Education Series to be released today at the College Board's Forum 2010.