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About IAU
Industries Association Uttarakhand (IAU) is an Apex body of Small & Medium Scale Industries of Uttarakhand. Its strong membership base covers wide products and services spread through length and breadth of Uttarakhand.

With exclusive focus on Uttarakhand, IAU is comitted to the development of the State and its entrepreneurs.

IAU, Uttarakhand has a two tier system operating at the State and the city level through respective chapters. The thrust and focus of the Association is always on making efforts to help the existing industry and to attract the new industry in Uttarakhand. This is done by building and maintaining grass root level interaction with all concerned including Government, trade and industry.

About SIDBI
Established in April 2,1990

Principal Development Financial Institution for :
-- Promotion
-- Financing and
-- Development of Industries in the small scale sector and
--Co-ordinating the functions of other institutions engaged in similar activities.

About DFID

When the Department for International Development (DFID) was set up in 1997, it made fighting world poverty its top priority. This marked a turning point for Britain’s aid programme, which until then had mainly involved economic development.

In its manifesto the government elected in May 1997 pledged to create a new department for international development headed by a cabinet minister. Previously the aid programme was managed by the Overseas Development Administration (ODA), a wing of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Among its key objectives, DFID set out to make global development a national priority and promote it to audiences in the UK and overseas, while fostering a new ‘aid relationship’ with governments of developing countries.

In the autumn of 1997, DFID published its first white paper with the focus on eliminating world poverty. Three other white papers, issued in 2000, 2006 and 2009 reinforced the first white paper’s message.

Two acts of parliament have since helped to put development higher on the national agenda. The International Development Act 2002 clarified the purpose of aid spending as poverty reduction; while International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 defined DFID’s annual reporting to Parliament through its Annual Report.

 
 
 
 


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