Ukraine: Floods - Mar 2001
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This Final Report focuses solely on the operations in Hungary and Romania. A separate report was issued for the Ukraine component of the appeal on 26 February, 2002.
This Final Report is intended for reporting on emergency appeals
The Federation’s mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. It is the world’s largest humanitarian organization and its millions of volunteers are active in 178 countries. For more information: www.ifrc.org
Focus on Ukraine
Focus on Hungary and Romania
Launched on 9 March 2001 for CHF 1,574,048 for 2 months.
Budget revised in Situation Report no. l, increased to CHF 2,185,764 and the time frame increased to 30 September 2002.
Please note that this Operations Update no. 3 focuses solely on the continuing flood relief activities in Hungary and Romania. The flood relief operation in the Ukraine has been completed as planned and a separate Final Report is being issued on that aspect of the appeal. A Final Report covering Hungary and Romania will be issued by 30 March, 2002.
In recent years, floods, landslides and mudflows in the area of the Tisza river, Ukraine, have become increasingly serious. NATO is currently developing a pilot project on regional flood preparedness and response in Ukraine, together with the neighbouring countries of the entire Tisza catchment area.
The Russian government has provided 9.1
million rubles ($300,000) for earthquake relief in Azerbaijan and 19.1
million rubles for humanitarian assistance to regions of Ukraine that have
suffered natural disasters, ITAR-TASS reported on 28 June. PG
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This Ops Update is intended for reporting on emergency appeals.
Launched on 9 March 2001 for CHF 1,574,048 for 2 months. Budget revised in Situation Report no. 1, increased to CHF 2,185,764, and the timeframe increased to 30 September 2001.
DREF Allocated: CHF 150,000 (CHF 50,000 for each country).
Period covered: 28 March 2001 to 25 April 2001 (last Ops Update issued: Situation Report no. 1 issued on 2 April 2001); Next Ops Update No. 3 expected by end June 2001.
This Programme Update is intended for reporting on Annual Appeals.
Period covered: January - March, 2001.
Appeal Target CHF 10,000,000
"At a Glance"
Related Appeals: N/A
Outstanding needs: CHF 6,656,518
La Commission européenne octroie 1.9 million d'euros en faveur des populations de Biélorussie, de Moldavie et d'Ukraine. Ce financement vise, d'une part, à répondre aux besoins humanitaires urgents des groupes les plus vulnérables dans les trois pays, et, d'autre part, à aider les victimes des récentes inondations en Ukraine occidentale.
By Joe Lowry in Kiev
Premier Yushchenko and his Hungarian counterpart
Viktor Orban agreed in Uzhhorod on 9 April to set up a group of experts
to work out a plan to prevent and fight floods in the Carpathian region.
UNIAN quoted Yushchenko as saying that both sides also agreed to organize
a joint battalion to deal with consequences caused by natural and man-made
disasters by 1 October. JM
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KIEV, Apr 05, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) -- Humanitarian aid supplies worth 100,000 US dollars, intended for the victims of the recent floods in the Sub-Carpathian region of Ukraine is to be delivered here from Israel on Thursday. The aid, which has been arranged by the World Jewish agency Sohnut, has been sent in response to an appeal from the Ukrainian government and the Hope and Good charity foundation.
period covered: 9 - 28 March, 2001
Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2001/0081
OCHA Situation Report No. 4
Ukraine - Floods
From Federation News #07/01
UMCOR has sent emergency grants in response to the flooding in Eastern Hungary and the Ukraine. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated in what is the region's worst flooding in 100 years. Funds will help provide food, hygiene items, blankets, drinking water, medical supplies and other relief goods. In the long-term, UMCOR partners will work to rehabilitate homes that have been damaged or destroyed. To join in this response, please give to UMCOR's International Disaster Response, #982450-8.
Appeal Target: US$ 571,628
Geneva, 20 March 2001
Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2001/0072
OCHA Situation Report No. 3
Ukraine - Floods
Map reflects flood affected regions identified in OCHA situation reports, see reports for further details.
From Federation News 06/01
From The reference of the Information and Analytical Department by state to 9:00 a.m. on March 14, 2001 (BRIEF VERSION)
During the last 24 hours stabile abatement of water's levels has continued on all rivers of Transcarpathian region. The water level on Tisa river near Chop town is 1058 cm (maximum - 1347 cm).
By state to 6:00 a.m.