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- Kenya: Floods - Nov 2015
- Kenya: Cholera Outbreak - Feb 2015
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- West Africa: Ebola Outbreak - Mar 2014
- Horn of Africa: Polio Outbreak - May 2013
- Kenya: Floods - Mar 2013
- Kenya: Floods - Jan 2013
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The South African Government will tomorrow, Friday 07 March 2008, send a relief consignment to Kenya in response to an appeal by the East African country for emergency support aimed at helping its Internally Displaced Persons. This comes in the aftermath of the December elections which resulted in sporadic violence that led to the displacement of thousands people who now live in temporary shelter.
The Government of Kenya in collaboration with the Kenya Red Cross Society has launched an international appeal for emergency support relief including non-food items.
The Deputy Minister of Social Development, Dr Jean Benjamin today made a further appeal to the social sector to work together and coordinate efforts in assisting the Tsunami disaster victims by focusing on prioritising services such as psycho-social support to women and children.
She made this appeal in Pretoria at an emergency summit meeting of the social development sector that met to enhance coordinating efforts to assist the victims of the Tsunami disaster since its aftermath on 26 December 2004 that affected countries in Asia and Africa.
"The Tsunami disaster has …
The Deputy Minister of Social Development, Dr Jean Benjamin, will today at 10:00 in the HSRC building, Pretorius Street, Pretoria address the social services sector with regard to support the victims of the Tsunami disaster, especially psycho-social support for women and children.
The meeting will be attended by amongst others social work practitioners, representatives from the private sector and non governmental and faith based organisations.
"A coordinated response is necessary to ensure the critical success factor to one of the greatest natural disasters this century …
Pretoria - The Minister of Finance, Mr TA Manuel, today announced that twelve 20 foot containers of clothing and footwear will be donated to the victims of the recent Tsunami in South East Asia by the South African Government.
The Minister of Provincial and Local Government Mr Sydney Mufamadi who is a leaser of the Inter-ministerial Committee established to consolidate South African Government response and intervention to assist in the aftermath of the Tsunami Disaster in Asia and some African countries today Monday, 03 January 2005, announced the establishment of the inter-ministerial committee