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FCDO ODA allocations for 2021/22 were announced on 21 April 2021. Changes to individual programmes are underway. The information on this website may not reflect the latest allocated budgets for this year. This information will be updated in due course.

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Netherlands

Summary

As a result of oil wealth, Angola has approached lower middle income status. The decision to close our bilateral programme in Angola was agreed in 2008. FCDO has no country office or presence on the ground in Angola. The existing bilateral programme in Angola is managed through the FCDO Southern Africa office in Pretoria, working closely with the British Embassy in Luanda. The programme now focuses on increasing the effectiveness of government expenditures on health systems to promote maternal and child health and strengthening urban governance and service delivery. The two remaining projects which FCDO is supporting are due to close at the end of March 2011. FCDO also supports Angola through two Southern Africa regional programmes, other central funds (e.g. the Governance and Transparency Fund and humanitarian funds) and through our imputed share of multilateral spending.

Note: Many country summaries were written prior to the creation of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and are being incrementally refreshed.

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2021/2022

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