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Addis Ababa: Following are what Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said were "initiatives" that India was prepared to take as part of its "emerging partnership" with Africa, a region which he said was poised to become a "major growth pole for the world economy":* $5 billion for the next three years under lines of creidt for Africa to help meet its development goals;

* An additional $700 million to establish new institutions and training programmes;

* Support the development of a a new Ethiopia-Djibouti Railway line worth $300 million under the line of credit;

* Establish an India-Africa Virtual University to meet the demand in Africa for higher studies in Indian institutions; 10,000 new scholarships will be available to African students at this proposed university;

* Establish an India-Africa Food Processing Cluster;

* Establish an India-Africa Integrated Textiles Cluster;

* Establish an India-Africa Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting;

* Establish an India-Africa University for Life and Earth Sciences;

* Establish an India-Africa Institute for Agriculture and Rural Development;

* Help set up more soil, water and tissue testing laboratories, regional farm science centres, seed production-cum-demonstrations centres and material testing laboratories for highways regionally;

* More English language training, information technology, entrepreneurship development and vocational training institutes bilaterally;

* More scholarships for African students under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme, taking total scholarships to 22,000 for the next three years;

* Help set up an India-Africa Business Council;

* India will contribute $2 million to the African Union Mission in Somalia; and

* Increase the access of African airlines to Indian cities.




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