From: "EUROPEAN FUND UK" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 20 July 2018 at 09:52:32 SAST
Subject: EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT FUND INSURANCE AND BANK DETAILS
The European Development Fund (EDF) is the main instrument for European Union (EU) aid for development cooperation in Africa, the Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP Group) countries and the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT). Funding is provided by voluntary donations by EU member states. The EDF is subject to its own financial rules and procedures, and is managed by the European Commission (EC) and the European Investment Bank.
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Articles 131 and 136 of the 1957 Treaty of Rome provided for its creation with a view to granting technical and financial assistance to African countries that were still colonised at that time and with which certain countries had historical links.
Usually lasting 6 years, each EDF lays out EU assistance to both individual countries and regions as a whole. The EU is on its 10th EDF from 2015-2020 with a budget of €22.7 billion. This represents about 30% of EU spending on development cooperation aid, with the remainder coming directly from the EU budget.
 The budget of the 10th EDF can be broken down as follows
:€21 966 million to the ACP countries (97% of the total),
€17 766 million to the national and regional indicative programmes (81% of the ACP total),
€2 700 million to intra-ACP and intra-regional cooperation (12% of the ACP total),
€1 500 million to Investment Facilities (7% of the ACP total).
€286 million to the OCTs (1% of the total),
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