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28 Jun 1999 description

Adventist Development and Relief Agency through a net of help for damaged people in Loreto has made possible to give important donations in order that those people could have shelters, environmental cleaning up, food and rehabilitation post disaster.

24 Jun 1999 description

Following the heavy flooding that devastated Coronel Portillo province in the department of Ucayali, the ICRC assisted 23,000 people for about 10 days. A total of 5,000 families living in 150 villages received food aid and hygiene items.
ICRC delegates based in the region carried out the operation in cooperation with teams of Peruvian Red Cross volunteers.

The ICRC has 19 delegates and 44 local employees working in Peru. They are attached to the Lima delegation, the Tingo Maria sub-delegation and offices in Huancayo, Ayacucho, Chiclayo, Cajamarca, Tarapoto, La Merced and Puno.

04 Jun 1999 description

Ref. OCHA/GVA - 99/0066
Peru - Floods
OCHA - Geneva Situation Report No.1

03 Jun 1999 description

Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) performance

Secretariat of the Japan Disaster Relief Team

The following is a report on the arrival of emergency supplies in Peru. The supplies were approved for shipment on May 27 (Thu).

1. Arrival of the supplies in Peru

The emergency supplies arrived in Peru according to the following schedule:
(from the JICA warehouse in Washington DC)

Shipment #1 (30 tents: 10/12-man)
May 29 (Sat) 12:00 pm departed Miami aboard flight FS051
May 20 (Sun) 5:00 am arrived in Lima

Shipment #2 (62 tents: 6-man, for meeting purposes)

28 May 1999 description

Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) performance

Secretariat of the Japan Disaster Relief Team

The following is a report on emergency flood relief (provision of relief supplies) authorized for delivery to the Republic of Peru:

1. Emergency Situation

Heavy amounts of rain began falling in the Department of Loreto, Peru, in the first half of May and continued for 10 consecutive days, causing large-scale flooding along the Amazon River.