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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 28, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 Emergency Relief: USAID/OFDA .$51,232,905 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $3,406,209 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- InterAction -- Coordinat...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 25, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: According to an April 24 U.N. Office for the Humanitarian Coordination for Iraq (UNOCHI) report, local authorities and humanitarian organizations in Dahuk organized a 200-vehicle aid convoy to Mosul, carrying food, medicine, water treatment items, and oth ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 25, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 Emergency Relief: USAID/OFDA .$49,224,514 -- Administrative CostsAdministrative $3,433,209 -- AirServ Logistics Country-wide $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center Research studies Country-wide $40,260 -- IDA Health Country-wide $711,850 -- IMC Quick-impact projects Country-wide $4,000,000 -- IMC Capacity building Country-wide $202,900 -- InterAction Coordination Country-wide $92,860 -- IOM IDP programs Country-wi...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 24, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: On April 24, the International Committee for the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (ICRC) reported that lack of security at medical facilities and wastewater treatments plants is still dissuading employees from returning to work. ICRC indicated that ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 24, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 Emergency Relief: USAID/OFDA .$49,224,514 -- Administrative CostsAdministrative $3,433,209 -- AirServ Logistics Country-wide $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center Research studies Country-wide $40,260 -- IDA Health Country-wide $711,850 -- IMC Quick-impact projects Country-wide $4,000,000 -- IMC Capacity building Country-wide $202,900 -- InterAction Coordination Country-wide $92,860 -- IOM IDP programs Country-wi...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 23, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: On April 22, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that it is working to reestablish the health sector coordination group, which includes non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in Baghdad, in order to facilitate the delivery of suitable medi ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 23, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency -- Implementing Partner -- Sector -- Regions -- Amount -- FY 2003 -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$49,936,364 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $3,433,209 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- Inte...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 22, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: According to the United Nations Office of the Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq (UNOHCI) on April 22, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in Jalawla, Khanaqin, and Kirkuk (Tameen) (areas previously controlled by the GOI) report that Arab familie ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 22, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency -- Implementing Partner -- Sector -- Regions -- Amount -- FY 2003 -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$49,935,164 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $3,432,009 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- Inte...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 21, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: On April 18, Medical Emergency Relief International (MERLIN) announced it resumed operations in the city of Baghdad after several weeks? closure due to a lack of security and access. MERLIN anticipates sending a second team of doctors, logisticians, and ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 21, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 Emergency Relief: USAID/OFDA .$47,241,678 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $3,159,0952 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- InterAction -- Coordina...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 2, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The United Nations Security Coordinator (UNSECOORD) conducted a security assessment of Umm Qasr on April 1. The U.N. Security Officer on the assessment reported to the Humanitarian Operations Center (HOC) in Kuwait that the hospital does not receive suffi ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 2, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector -- Regions -- Amount -- FY 2003 -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$40,574,976 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- CARE -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IOM -- IDP programs -- Country-wide -- $5,000,000 -- IRC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $3,...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 18, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The April 16 UNSECOORD assessment of An Nasiriyah indicated that the security situation is stable and that looting has ended. The assessment confirmed that traffic police returned to work on April 17, and children are scheduled to return to school on Apri ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 18, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$47,241,678 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $3,159,0952 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- InterAction -- Coo...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 17, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on April 17 that the main warehouse of the Ministry of Health, which contained extensive medicines and medical supplies, was looted, the building damaged, and WHO?s safe in the building was cut open and ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 17, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003 -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$46,995,245 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $2,912,659 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- InterAction -- Coor...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 16, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: United Nations Development Program (UNDP) staff confirmed that the U.N.?s five-building compound in Baghdad was completely looted. All U.N. vehicles, information technology equipment, furniture, and files were lost. According to the World Health Organiz ...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 16, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Agency Implementing Partner Sector Regions Amount FY 2003: -- Emergency Relief -- USAID/OFDA .$46,995,245 -- Administrative Costs -- Administrative -- $2,912,659 -- AirServ -- Logistics -- Country-wide -- $2,151,585 -- The Cuny Center -- Research studies -- Country-wide -- $40,260 -- IDA -- Health -- Country-wide -- $711,850 -- IMC -- Quick-impact projects -- Country-wide -- $4,000,000 -- IMC -- Capacity building -- Country-wide -- $202,900 -- InterAction -- Coo...

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Iraq Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance-April 15, 2003

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on April 15 reported that ICRC engineers and technicians are working to repair damaged pipes at Sabaa Nissan water station, which provides water for the Rusafa area east of the Tigris River. ICRC is also ...

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