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06 Jul 2004 description


U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU FOR DEMOCRACY, CONFLICT, AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE (DCHA)
OFFICE OF U.S. FOREIGN DISASTER ASSISTANCE (OFDA)
Note: This updates Fact Sheet #1, FY 2004, dated November 26, 2003

Background

08 Aug 2003 description

Appeal Target: CHF 2,549,593
Programme Update No. 2;
Period covered: April to June 2003
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 over 180 countries. For more information: www.ifrc.org

In Brief

Appeal coverage: 69%; See attached Contributions List for details.

Outstanding needs: CHF 783,414

21 May 2003 description

Appeal Target: CHF 2,549,593 (USD 1,868,518 or EUR 1,746,297)
Programme Update No. 1; Period covered: January to March, 2003

08 May 2003 description

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
Appeal No; 01.34/2002;
Appeal target: CHF 524,988;

27 Mar 2003 description


U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU FOR DEMOCRACY, CONFLICT, AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE (DCHA)
OFFICE OF U.S. FOREIGN DISASTER ASSISTANCE (OFDA)

Note: This updates Fact Sheet #2, dated July 23, 2002

Background

04 Dec 2002 description


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
Appeal Target CHF 524,988
Period covered: 01 April - 30 September 2002;
(last Programme Update (no 1) issued on 16 April 2002

"At a Glance"

Appeal coverage: 52.2%
Related Appeals: South East Asia regional programmes (01.30/2002)
Outstanding needs: CHF 251,082

15 Nov 2002 description


This report includes:
(A) West and Central Africa Region: (1) Central African Republic

(B) Eastern and Central Africa Region: (1) Uganda, (2) Ethiopia, (3) Sudan, (4) Democratic Republic of Congo, (5) Burundi, (6) Tanzania, (7) Rwanda

(C) Southern Africa Region: (1) Regional overview, (2) Zimbabwe, (3) Lesotho, (4) Mozambique, (5) Malawi, (6) Swaziland, (7) Angola

(D) Asia Region: (1) DPR of Korea, (2) China, (3) Laos

(E) Eastern Europe Region: (1) Northern Caucasus, (2) Georgia

19 Sep 2002 description

19 September, 2002 11:19 - During the last 24 hours, water level at most stations from Chiang Saen to Pakse receded; except, at Vientiane, Nong Khai and below Stung Treng - rose. Water level at Koh Khel, Neak Luong is higher than the alarm stages; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels at most stations from Chiang Saen to Stung Treng will recede, from Kratie down to the Delta continues to rise slowly.

18 Sep 2002 description

18 September, 2002 10:59 - During the last 24 hours, water level at most stations rose; except, at Chiang Saen, Luang Prabang and from Paksane to Savannakhet - receded. Water level at Koh Khel, Neak Luong is higher than the alarm stages; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels from Stung Treng down to the Delta continues to rise, at Kompong Cham, Phnom Penh Port, Prek Kdam will exceede alarm stage.

16 Sep 2002 description

16 September, 2002 11:01 - During the last 24 hours, water level at most stations receded; except, at Chiang Saen, Luang Prabang, Mukdahan, Savannakhet and in the Mekong Delta - rose. Water level at Koh Khel, Neak Luong is higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels from Chiang Saen to Chiang Khan, at Mukdahan, Savannakhet, Tan Chau, Chau Doc - slowly fluctuate; at most other stations - continue to recede.

12 Sep 2002 description

12 September, 2002 11:37 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations from Chiang Saen to Pakse receded; meanwhile, from Stung Treng downstream - rose. Water level at Pakse, Koh Khel is higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels at stations from Chiang Saen to Stung Treng continue to recede, from Kratie to Kompong Cham will rise in 1 -2 days, then will recede; below Kompong Cham downstream to the Delta continue to rise slowly.

10 Sep 2002 description

11 September, 2002 11:38 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations between Luang Prabang and Kong Chiam receded; meanwhile, from Pakse downstream - rose. Water level at Pakse, Koh Khel is higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels at stations from Chiang Saen to Pakse continue to recede, from Stung Treng downstream to the Delta continue to rise. Water level at Kompong Cham, Neak Luong will be exceede the alarm stage.

10 Sep 2002 description

10 September, 2002 11:50 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations between Chiang Saen and Savannakhet receded. Meanwhile, water level from Khong Chiam to Stung Treng rose significantly. Water level at Pakse, Koh Khel is higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water levels at stations from Chiang Saen to Savannakhet continue to recede, from Khong Chiam to Pakse rise up in 1 - 3 days, then will fall down; from Stung Treng downstream to the Delta continue to rise.

09 Sep 2002 description

09 September, 2002 11:51 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations between Paksane and Pakse rose at rates from 2 cm to 24 cm, except from Luang Prabang to Vientiane, Nong Khai; from Stung Treng to Kratie - receded. Meanwhile, water level from Kompong Cham downstream to the Delta rose. Water level at Koh Khel is still higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water level at stations from Chiang Saen to Savannakhet will recede, from Kompong Cham to the Delta continue to rise slowly.

08 Sep 2002 description

08 September, 2002 11:24 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations between Chiang Saen and Pakse rose at rates from 6 cm to 9 cm, except at Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Nong Khai and Pakse receded. Meanwhile, water level at down part stations such as Phnom Penh and Prek Kdam rose as well, at other stations steadied an receded. Water level at Koh Khel is still higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water level at most stations is predicted to fluctuate slightly.

06 Sep 2002 description

06 September, 2002 11:56 - During the last 24 hours, water level at stations between Chiang Saen and Pakse rose at rates from 1 cm to 24 cm, except at Luang Prabang and Pakse receded, it is stable at Savannakhet and Mukdahan. Meanwhile, water level at down part stations such as Stung Treng, Kratie, Kompong Cham and Prek Kdam rose as well, at other stations steadied an receded. Water level at Koh Khel is still higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23.

05 Sep 2002 description

05 September, 2002 12:01 - During the last 24 hours, water level at upper part stations between Chiang Saen and Pakse receded, except Vientiane, Nong Khai and Pakse rose. Meanwhile, water level at down part stations such as Stung Treng, Kratie and Prek Kdam rose, at other stations receded. Water level at Koh Khel is still higher than the alarm stage; at Tan Chau and Chau Doc, it has been exceeded flood stages since August 23. In coming days, water level at most stations is predicted to fluctuate slightly.