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Thematic Review & Capacity Assessment of Save the Children Denmark, with special focus on Partnerships in Development and Humanitarian Assistance
This report has been prepared in response to the Terms of Reference (TOR) issued by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of September 2011 (see Annex A). The overall objectives of the review are to:
Islamabad- The Government of Denmark has as part of its immediate response to the diastrous floods, donated almost USD 60,000 to Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Auhtority (NDMA) to provide urgent assistance to the flood victims.
The announcement of the Danish emergency response was made during a meeting between the Danish Ambassador to Pakistan, Mr. Uffe Wolffhechel and Dr. Zafar Iqbal Qadir, Chaiman NDMA at the NDMA Headquarters.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark has issued a fact sheet regarding Denmark's support to the people of Pakistan.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, H.E. Dr. Per Stig Møller, participated 27 June 2009 in the G8 special meeting on Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Mr. Chairman, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen,
As a proven friend of Afghanistan and Pakistan, I wish today to send a strong signal of Denmark's continued support and commitment. If we are to help these two countries overcome the challenges they face, we must view the challenges in a broader regional context.
The region of South Asia is without doubt a significant global security challenge as well as a regional one.
The Danish Minister for Development has granted 10 million Danish kroner in humanitarian assistance to internally displaced people in Pakistan.
Royal Embassy of Denmark, Islamabad, May 13 2009 - The Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs has decided to grant 5 mill. Danish Crowns to UNHCR's work with internally displaced people in Pakistan due to the worsening humanitarian situation in the North-Western part of Pakistan.
The Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs says:
"The present conflict in the north-western part of Pakistan has caused the displacement of many civilians. It is estimated that 150.000-200.000 people in the area have fled within the last couple of days.
Denmark decided to grant DKK 40 Mil.
The minister of development cooperation announces that Denmark will send additional funds to help earthquake victims in Pakistan.
Both the Danish government and Pakistanis living in Denmark are contributing to the relief effort after the Pakistan earthquake.
Everyone has a role to play when it comes to helping the victims of the weekend's earthquake in Pakistan.
Minister for Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs announced on Sunday that Denmark was making an initial contribution of DKK 10 million (EUR 1.34 million) to relief efforts.
Half of the funds have been earmarked for use by the Red Cross in its relief efforts.
Embassy of Denmark, Islamabad, October 10, 2005 - On October 9 Mrs. Ulla Toernaes, the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, decided to contribute DKR 10 million, i.e. approx. US$ 1.7 million, as immediate emergency relief for the victims of the earth quake in Pakistan.
DKR 5 million will be allocated to the relief efforts of the International Red Cross, which maintains relief supplies in the region, and another DKR 5 million goes to the United Nations agencies in Pakistan, i.a.