The Embassy of India is Organizing a Workshop



The Embassy of India is organizing a Workshop ‘India – A Preferred Destination for Advanced Medical Care in collaboration with representatives/doctors from prominent Indian hospitals on 30-31 July 2022 at Hotel Kanon, 37th Street, Khartoum-2.

  1. The doctors and representatives of the selected Indian hospitals will be available during the event.
  2. Interested Sudanese nationals are cordially invited to participate in this event.
    Time: 1200 hrs to 1600 hrs (Saturday 30 July 2022)
    1000 hrs to 1600 hrs (Sunday, 31 July 2022)
  3. For more information, please contact:
    Mr. Hattan Ali
    Marketing Executive
    Mob No. 0912665502

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Development partnership occupies a paramount place in India’s foreign policy. India’s external development assistance programs in developing countries have increased significantly in their scope and coverage in the past few years. These include Lines of Credit, grant assistance, technical consultancy, disaster relief, humanitarian aid, educational scholarships, and a wide range of capacity-building programs including short-term civilian and military training courses.

This development cooperation is based on two main pillars, first, Development cooperation incorporating the idea of partnership, i.e. working for mutual benefit, and secondly, development cooperation based on priorities determined by the partner. In recent years, the development cooperation programs have expanded voluminously, both in geographical spread and sectoral coverage. The Development Partnership Administration (DPA) was set up in the Ministry of External Affairs in January 2012. DPA aims to streamline and improve the delivery of the various elements of India’s development assistance through the stages of conceptualization, launch, implementation, and commissioning. The DPA functions in close coordination with the concerned Territorial Divisions of the Ministry, who continue to be the main interlocutors with partner countries on the prioritization and selection of projects for coverage under India’s development assistance initiatives.

DPA comprises of four Divisions and among them DPA- II Division is the nodal division for all capacity building programmes, including the Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC) and Technical Cooperation Scheme (TCS) of Colombo Plan schemes.

About ITEC

The Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Programme was instituted by a decision of the Indian Cabinet on 15 September 1964 as a bilateral programme of assistance of the Government of India. The decision regarding setting up the ITEC programme was predicated on the underlying belief that “it was necessary to establish relations of mutual concern and inter-dependence based not only on commonly held ideals and aspirations, but also on solid economic foundations. Technical and economic cooperation was considered to be one of the essential functions of an integrated and imaginative foreign policy.

The ITEC Programme is essentially bilateral in nature. However, in recent years, ITEC resources have also been used for cooperation programmes conceived in regional and inter-regional context such as Economic Commission for Africa, Commonwealth Secretariat, UNIDO, Group of 77 and G-15. In more recent years, its activities have also been associated with regional and multilateral organizations and cooperation groupings like Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), Mekong-Ganga Cooperation (MGC), African Union (AU), Afro-Asian Rural Development Organization (AARDO), Pan African Parliament, Caribbean Community (CARICOM), World Trade Organization (WTO) and Indian Ocean Rim – Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC) and India-Africa Forum Summit.

The ITEC Programme, fully funded by the Government of India, has evolved and grown over the years. Under ITEC, 161 countries in Asia, Africa, East Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean as well as Pacific and Small Island countries are invited to share in the Indian developmental experience acquired over six decades of India’s existence as a free nation. As a result of different activities under this programme, there is now a visible and growing awareness among other countries about the competence of India as a provider of technical know-how and expertise as well as training opportunities, consultancy services and feasibility studies. These programmes have generated immense goodwill and substantive cooperation among the developing countries.

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