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30 Jul 2002 description


Launched on 21 August 2001 for CHF 6,795,218 for 9 months. Programme has been extended for 4 months, and will now end on 30 September, 2002.
Disaster relief Emergency Fund (DREF) allocated: CHF 150,000

Beneficiaries: 130,000

Period covered: 25 April 2002 to 15 June 2002; last Ops Update (no. 03 issued 25 April, 2002; Next Ops Update (no. 6) expected : September 2002

"At a Glance"

Appeal coverage: 130.4%

Related Appeals: 01.52/2002, Central Asia 2002 Annual Appeal

Outstanding needs: None

20 Jun 2002 description


Appeal Target: CHF 8,903,148 (USD 5.6m I EUR 6.1m)
Period covered: 1 January - 15 May 2002
"At a Glance"

Appeal coverage: 24.5%

Related Appeals: Europe Central Asia programmes (01.52/2002)

Outstanding needs: CHF 7,417,559 (USD 4.6m I EUR5.1 m)

Update: The Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan (RCST), with Federation assistance, continues to support vulnerable people. The national society is steadily building its capacity to work with those in need. Further donor support is required to maintain this progress.

Operational Developments

02 May 2002 description


This Final Report is intended for reporting on emergency appeals
Launched on: 19 September 2000 for 8 months for CHF 22.6 million.
Appeal extended for 4 months, ending 30 September 2001.
Beneficiaries: 250,000
Operations Update No. 8 (Final Report);
Period covered: 19 September 2000 - 30 September 2001; last Opserations Update (no. 7) issued 16 July 2001

"At a glance"

Appeal coverage: 43.5%

08 Jan 2002 description


Launched on 21 August 2001 for CHF 6,795,218 for 9 months.
DREF Allocated: CHF 150, 000
Beneficiaries: 130,000
Period covered: 11 October - 20 December 2001; last Ops Update issued: No. 01 issued 24 October, 2001; Next Ops Update No. 3 expected February 2002
"At a Glance"

Appeal coverage: 23.4%
Related Appeals: 01.63/2001- Tajikistan 2001 Annual Appeal
Outstanding needs: CHF 5,207,822

04 Jan 2002 description

This New Year's in Tajikistan was harsher than ever, the celebrations far from joyful - without a big festive spread to put on the table; with electricity cut in many villages because of old and malfunctioning equipment; now with as many as a million people worrying about where their next meal is coming from and many subsisting on just bread and tea.