Long-Term Aid to the Middle East
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 19 Oct 1990, p. 84-94
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Long-Term Aid to the Middle East

A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Rotary Club of Toronto. An outline of a Marshall-type plan for the poorer countries in the Middle East and suggestion that via the World Bank and through AID sums of money might be made available to look at potential developments which would provide employment to thousands of persons. A peace plan to go in conjunction with a future political settlement. Submitted to the speaker's Prime Minister, Mrs. Thatcher. The address addresses areas of concern in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Sudan, Israel and the Gaza Strip. Topics addressed include providing power, housing, medical aid, fishing, sewage. The role of CARE in planning and thinking out how to put together the necessary aid. Canada's role through CIDA.