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Uganda

Volume 978: debated on Tuesday 12 February 1980

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asked the Lord Privy Seal what aid is planned for Uganda in 1979–80 and 1980–81 for reconstruction purposes.

£2 million in capital grants has been provided to Uganda in 1979–80 in addition to the training

AGRICULTURE
Capital Aid
Tubewell linings.
Sind Land Levelling Programme: supply of earthmoving equipment.
Salinity Control and Reclamation.
SCARP Programme: supply of earthmoving equipment for canal rehabilitation.
Punjab Tubewell Drilling.
Technical Co-operation
Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan: consultancy in accounting, training and organisation.
Left Bank Outfall Drain feasibility studies.
INDUSTRY
Capital Aid
Kamalia Sugar Mill: equipment and installation.
Pakistan Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation: equipment for industrial development projects.
EDUCATION
Technical Co-operation
Allama Iqbal Open University: experts and equipment.
United Kingdom programme (various subjects).
COMMUNICATIONS
Capital Aid
Baluchistan Road Construction.
North-West Frontier Province Road Construction.
Pakistan Railways Development Plan.
PORTS AND SHIPPING
Capital Aid
Port Qasim Development.
Three Cargo Ships for Pakistan National Shipping Corporation.
Technical Co-operation
Port Qasim Authority:
Management Study.
Cargo Handling Training School.
Port Operations Adviser.

asked the Lord Privy Seal if increased aid to Pakistan is being provided from the reduced aid programme or from contingency funds.