Development Assistance

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Development Assistance

Official Development Assistance (oda) to Basic Social Services (in the Human Development Area)

In this context, Official Development Assistance (oda) to Basic Social Services means:

ODA directed to basic social services, which include basic education (primary education, early childhood education and basic life skills for youth and adults), basic health (including basic health care, basic health infrastructure, basic nutrition, infectious disease control, health education and health personnel development) and population policies and programmes and reproductive health (population policy and administrative management; reproductive health care; family planning; control of sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS; and personnel development for population and reproductive health). Aid to water supply and sanitation is included only if it has a poverty focus.

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