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British Funds 250 Million Pounds to Reduce Child Mortality

r three years old are underweight compared to 46 percent for India overall.

In Andhra Pradesh, two percent of women going to antenatal clinics are living with HIV and AIDS - more than anywhere else in India. Childhood immunisation has fallen since 1998, from 59 percent to 46 percent in 2005-06. More than 25 percent of women are left to give birth without the support of a qualified medical professional.

The announcement comes as the Department for International Development (DFID) launches a public debate on how British aid for India can be better spent. Britain's aid budget for India is set to rise to 300 million pounds for 2008 and is designed to improve healthcare, get more children into primary school and reduce poverty in India.

Those wishing to take part in the public debate on how British aid is spent in India can e-mail their comments to indiacap@dfid.gov.uk by Sep 10.

The latest aid announcement comprised 60 million pounds for Madhya Pradesh from 2007-2012; 50 million pounds for Orissa from 2007-2012; 40 million pounds for Andhra Pradesh from 2007-2010 and 102 million pounds for the Indian government's nationwide programme to tackle HIV and AIDS from 2007-2012.

In 2007, British aid for India is 266 million pounds, rising to 300 million pounds in 2008.


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