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How does UK overseas aid make a difference?

The UK government is due to announce how the budget for overseas aid is to be allocated.

Britain currently spends about £7bn a year on development and the figure is expected to rise substantially over the next few years.

The BBC's Graham Satchell reports on how British taxpayers' money is making a difference in one area of Pakistan.

  • 28 Feb 2011
  • From the section UK
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