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19 Jan 1998 description

1 January - 31 December 1998

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary

1) INTRODUCTION

1.1 Humanitarian Needs and Post-war Recovery

1.2 Historical Perspective

1.3 The Current Humanitarian Situation

2) THE HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE STRATEGY

2.1 Non-Targeted Community-Based Assistance

3) THE APPEAL FRAMEWORK

3.1 The Focus of the Inter-Agency Appeal

3.2 The Nature of the Appeal and the Joint Approach

3.3 Appeal Objectives

3.4 Beneficiary Profile

4) CO-ORDINATION

19 Dec 1997 description

DHAGVA - 98/0003
Period covered: 03 - 19 December 1997

This report has been prepared by the office of the

26 Sep 1997 description

DHA/InterAction Meeting
Friday, 26th September 1997
Conference Room 7, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

14 Jul 1997 description

This report has been prepared by the office of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Sierra Leone in Conakry, Guinea

SECURITY

30 Jun 1997 description

Period covered: 24-30 June 1997
Part 2

(IRIN Note: This document is distributed by the Humanitarian Coordinators office for Sierra Leone in Conakry, Guinea.)

INTER AGENCY STRATEGY DOCUMENT FOR INTERVENTIONS IN SIERRA LEONE

This strategy is the result of an inter-agency task force composed of UN agencies and international NGOs to develop a common approach to interventions in Sierra Leone after the May 25 coup. The strategy is based on the following three areas :

1. The use of existing humanitarian resources in Sierra Leone and scheduled shipments,

30 Jun 1997 description

This report has been prepared by the office of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Sierra Leone in Conakry, Guinea



SECURITY

1. The situation in Freetown has remained more or less unchanged during the past week. Criminal behavior such as theft and murder has continued and the anti-looting squad remains active.
23 Jun 1997 description

Period covered: 18-23 June 1997

This report has been prepared by the office of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Sierra Leone in Conakry, Guinea


SECURITY
17 Jun 1997 description

This report has been prepared by the office of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Sierra Leone in Conakry, Guinea



SECURITY

1. Tension in Freetown has increased due to the alleged countercoup (see point five below). MSF has reported that there has been a significant reduction in numbers of newly-wounded at Connaught hospital. Staff from the local newspaper For di People, which resumed circulation last week, have been threatened due to the publication of articles which have been critical of the AFRC.