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Mozambique & Zimbabwe: Flood Rehabilitation Appeal No. 04/2000 (rev. 4) Situation Report No. 13

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Special Focus on Flood Disaster Preparedness efforts in Mozambique
Period covered: November, 2000; The end of the operation has now been revised from March 31, 2001 to December 31, 2000.

Following the disastrous floods which occurred throughout the southern Africa region in February and March, 2000, there are reports of severe new floods which threaten large areas of Mozambique. The Mozambique Red Cross Society, with support from the Federation, prepared and established a disaster preparedness plan in October 2000. With the potential for the latest floods to cause severe destruction, the Federation is appealing for donors to provide support to the latest plan. A budget revision reflecting the additional needs summarized in this "Special Focus Situation Report" is currently being prepared for the Federation’s 2001 appeal for Mozambique. As planned, the Federation will close this appeal on December 31. 2000.

The context

Hurricane winds and torrential rains have been lashing Mozambique and the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa in recent days, leading to a return to flooding only nine months after devastating floods killed over 700 people and displaced over half a million more. Nine people are reported to have been killed in wind and flood related incidents in the last 48 hours in the northern Mozambican provinces of Zambezia (five) and Nampula (four); and several towns in the southern Gaza province are already flooded, including Xai-Xai and Chokwe, two places amongst the hardest hit earlier in the year.

According to newspaper and radio reports, Nicoadala district in Zambezia province, just north of the provincial capital Quelimane, was most seriously affected by the latest storms. Over 95 mm of rain fell on Sunday night (19) and Monday (20), sweeping away five people and destroying 112 houses. A multi-sectoral team from the Mozambican Government’s National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC), the Ministry for Agriculture and Rural Development and the Health Ministry are today assessing the impact of the disaster in the province.

These rains come after weeks of prolonged rainfall in various parts of Mozambique which have been unseasonably heavy. In the capital, Maputo, between 9 -11 November the normal monthly average rainfall fell in 36 hours, with 41 mm falling on the night of 9 November alone. The floods of February-March has left the ground throughout many parts of the country completely saturated, with water tables extremely high as the five month rainy season begins and the country’s major rivers already running dangerously close to overflow levels.

Already large parts of Gaza province’s provincial capital of Xai-Xai are completely flooded with inhabitants moving to safe areas of the town on higher ground. The latest inundations are increasing cases of cholera, which have been growing in the town for the last month. Most parts of the neighbouring town of Chokwe are already under water, with German Red Cross projects in the surrounding area affected by lack of access due to roads once again being cut off or washed away by the floods. In Xinavane in Maputo province, a targeted site for a Spanish Red Cross housing reconstruction programme is already under water.

The scale of the rainfall can be gauged from measurements made by South African meteorologists in the Cape St Lucia area of KwaZulu Natal, near the southern Mozambican border, where a new 24 hour rainfall record for November was reached over 19-20 November with 295 mm. The monthly total for St Lucia (551.2 mm up until 08:00 Tuesday 21 November) is already well in excess of the previous record for November. Three people were swept away when a bridge over the Mzingazi River collapsed in the northern port town of Richard’s Bay, and more than 3,000 people have been evacuated and hundreds of women and children are being housed in public halls and being looked after by provincial officials and Red Cross volunteers.

Mozambique’s National Meteorology Institute in early October forecast a 35% chance of ‘above normal’ rainfall in the central parts of Mozambique and a 30% chance of the same in the southern and northern parts of the country. Historically, too, in the year after the most recent major floods in Mozambique - in 1977 and 1996 - the central provinces of Sofala and Manica were affected by further heavy flooding. These central provinces are the target of the Federation’s newly re-established network of sub-delegation (Beira, Sofala province) and field offices (Chimoio, Manica province; and Tete, Tete province) to implement projects set out in the July rehabilitation appeal, thanks to support from the British, Austrian, Canadian and Netherlands Red Cross Societies. However, the focus of their activities may need to switch to disaster preparedness and response in the coming months.

Unrest

These latest floods come only ten days after Mozambique experienced its most profound political crisis since the signing of the Peace Accords in Rome in 1992. On 9 November demonstrations called by the opposition Renamo party as part of its campaign to pressure the government to call fresh elections turned to violence in some parts of the country, leaving 41 people dead. The most serious incident took place in Montepuez in the northern province of Cabo Delgado. According to the latest information -from the national newspaper Noticias - violence erupted after Renamo supporters attacked the district administrative headquarters, the prison, the local market, the police headquarters, the house of the District Administrator of Montepuez, the Municipality Office Telecom Office, the secondary school, the hostel and local shops. In the fighting that followed 35 people, of whom eight were police officers, died and more than 150 people were wounded. The demonstrators reportedly broke open the armoury in the police station and distributed 153 guns and ammunition, and freed 120 prisoners from the jail. The following night, the Mozambique Red Cross warehouse in Montepuez was attacked and looted. In separate incidents, three other people died in Balama, 10 died in clashes in several parts of Nampula province, and two in an attack against the administrative offices in Caia in the central province of Sofala. Until now, Noticias reports that 134 people have been detained by police in connection with the riots. The Mozambican national Parliament has decided to set up a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the demonstrations.

Red Cross/Red Crescent Action

The International Federation and the Mozambique Red Cross - aware of the extremely dangerous water levels throughout many parts of the country and the high likelihood of renewed flooding during the coming rainy season - last month drafted an additional Disaster Preparedness contingency plan which was presented to PNS donors during the Mozambique Partnership Meeting in Maputo on 18 October. This plan is in addition to the DP stocks included in the 04/2000 (Fourth Revision) Emergency Appeal of 17 July. The contingency proposal planned to procure an additional 3,000 Basic Family Kits, each comprising:

  • One tent
  • Two blankets
  • Two jerry cans
  • Two buckets
  • Two impregnated mosquito nets
  • One kitchen set
  • Two kits of clothes
  • 1½ kg of soap.

Particular attention will be paid to the central provinces of Sofala, Manica, Inhambane and Zambezia, with contingency stocks held at provincial level where they cannot be transported to vulnerable districts due to warehousing or security considerations. All stocks will be held in CVM and Federation warehouses. Distribution of the stock will be as follows:

Central Warehouse for Disaster Preparedness in Mozambique: Maputo City

Stock for a total of 2,000 families to be disbursed to Mozambique Red Cross branches in Gaza (500 kits), Maputo Province (500 kits), southern Inhambane Province (250 kits), Maputo City (500 kits). A contingency stock of 250 kits will remain in the warehouse in Maputo, to be allocated as appropriate in the event of an emergency.

Key Provincial Warehouses:

Sofala - Beira

Stock for a total of 1,000 families to be disbursed to MRC branches in Sofala (500 kits), northern Inhambane (250 kits). A contingency stock of 250 kits will remain in the warehouse in Beira to be allocated as appropriate in the event of an emergency.

Nampula - Nampula City

Stock for a total of 550 families to be disbursed to MRC branches in the four northern provinces of Cabo Delgado (100 kits), Niassa (75 kits), Nampula (100 kits) and Zambezia (100 kits). The remaining stock of 175 kits will remain in Nampula to be allocated as appropriate in the event of an emergency.

Manica - Chimoio

Stock for a total of 450 families to be disbursed to MRC branches in Manica (100 kits) and Tete (75 kits). The remaining stock of 275 kits will remain in Chimoio to be allocated as appropriate in the event of an emergency.

In addition, further Disaster Preparedness equipment, and transportation and logistics costs, will need to be covered to ensure that the Mozambican Red Cross is reasonably well prepared for the coming inundations.

The Federation, without prior funding, has already procured the remaining items needed to ensure that the 04/2000 appeal target of 1,000 family sets was reached (at a cost of CHF 156,912) and these kits are now being distributed to Sofala (Beira) and Manica (Chimoio). The Federation, in the light of the latest floods and in preparation for further flooding which is likely to strike many more parts of the country, is therefore urgently appealing for immediate funding of CHF 2,014,723 to cover these and the remaining costs of providing 4,000 family kits to support up to 24,000 persons. A budget revision is currently being prepared for the Federation’s 2001 appeal in Mozambique, and this will reflect the additional needs specified in this Special Focus Situation Report. The Federation intends to follow through on its plans to close the current 04/2000 (revision 4) on December 31, 2000.

Needs

In order to procure the basic supplies for 4,000 DP emergency kits, the following is required:

Item
Per kit
Additional DP stock Required
Additional Cost (CHF)
Remarks
Tents
1
3,000
804,650
Family tents (6 pers) @ CHF 275 each
Blankets
2
5,200
39,000
Blanket cost CHF 7.5
Jerry cans
2
5,223
36,752
Jerry can cost CHF 8
Buckets
2
5,852
29,260
Bucket cost CHF 5
Clothes Kits
2
Subject to donation
Kitchen sets
1
2,000
42,000
Unit cost CHF 21
Mosquito nets
2
8,000
80,000
Treated nets @ CHF 10 each
Soap
3 pcs
4500 Kg
1,800
1.5 kg per kit Cost CHF 0.4 per kg
Warehousing
32,000
Warehousing for 1 kit per year @ CHF 8
Freight/handling
45,000
Charge for goods imported to Mozambique
Transport to field
70,000
Budgeted for CHF 30,000
Additional DP Family Kits CHF
1,180,462
Body bags and gloves
2,000
Handling of dead bodies
Land cruisers (CHF 50,000 each)
5
250,000
For Northern Provinces and Gaza
Radio Equipment, Northern Provinces
4
40,000
CHF 10,000 for each province
Radio Equipment, Manica
1
26,500
Radio Equipment, Central and
1
39,500
Inhambane., Maputo Province, Maputo
Southern Provinces
City, Sofala
Boats (unit cost, CHF 5,000)
5
25,000
for Zambeizia (1) and Maputo Prov. (4)
Boat (locally made) for Sofala
1
5,100
Boat to be made locally
Phone Cards for DP Volunteers (500)
500
500
To be procured ASAP
DP Office furniture for N. Provinces
6,000
For six MRC office/warehouses
and Manica
Typewriter and copier for Nampula
7,000
Satellite phone (unit cost, CHF 5,500)
3
16,500
Nera Worldphone Mini-M
Add'tl equipment to complete New
1
2,000
Base Station for CVM/IFRC office
Radio operator (part time) for one year
2
1,000
2 part time operators
Additional DP Equipment/Costs CHF
421,100
Prior Uncovered DP Funding
156,912
Delegation Programme Management & Coordination
80,078
PSB
176,171
TOTAL DP CONTINGENCY PLAN
2,014,723

So far, the response to the Federation’s Disaster Preparedness Contingency Plan has been disappointing. The Danish Red Cross has pledged 500,000 DKK (approximately CHF 100,000) and the German Red Cross has agreed to pay up to DM 150,000 to cover the installation of a nation-wide radio communications network. The floods of recent days testify to the vulnerable condition of Mozambique to more devastating flooding. It is therefore imperative that more donors support these modest Disaster Preparedness plans now.

Contributions

Please find attached the List of Contributions for both appeals 04/2000 (revision 4) and 01.44/2000.

Bekele Geleta
Head
Africa Department

Peter Rees-Gildea
Head
Operations Funding and Reporting Department

Annex 1

Mozambique
APPEAL No. 01.44/2000
PLEDGES RECEIVED
11/30/00
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
CASH
REQUESTED IN APPEAL CHF
2,284,000
TOTAL COVERAGE 193.8%
Balance carried forward from 1999
330,463
AUSTRALIAN - RC
77,896
AUD
75,949
15.09.00
AUSTRALIAN - RC
271,127
AUD
266,653
23.05.00
AUSTRIAN - RC
29,988
EUR
48,385
17.01.00
BELGIUM - GOVT
92,580
USD
163,867
06.11.00
LOCALLY PURCHASE OF 889 FISHING NETS AND 75 HAND PUMPS
BRITISH RC
1,250,000
GBP
312,500
29.09.00
DELEGATE COSTS FOR 21 MONTHS
BRITISH RC
25,520
GBP
63,800
29.09.00
DELEGATE COSTS FOR 12 MONTHS
BRITISH RC
496,502
GBP
1,241,255
29.09.00
SOFALA PROVINCE
BRITISH - PRIVATE
200,000
GBP
518,000
11.09.00
BRITISH - PRIVATE/RC
228,225
GBP
570,563
29.09.00
MANICA PROVINCE
CANADA - RC
25,000
CAD
27,118
09.02.00
CBHP
FINLAND
113,357
EUR
173,187
31.05.00
SUPPORT NS HEALTH & SOCIAL DEV.
ICELANDIC - RC
2,000,000
ISK
42,348
17.10.00
FINANCE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
NETHERLANDS - RC
3,600
NLG
2,542
10.07.00
NETHERLANDS - RC
4,901
EUR
7,886
09.03.00
DEVELOPMENT NS
SWEDISH - RC
100,000
SEK
18,830
30.05.00
MINE AWARENESS & STREET CHILDREN
SWEDISH - RC
2,500,000
SEK
455,000
13.11.00
MOZAMBIQUE AND ZIMBABWE
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED IN CASH
4,318,346
CHF
189.1%
KIND AND SERVICES (INCLUDING PERSONNEL)
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
Denmark
Delegate(s)
60,123
Iceland
Delegate(s)
47,474
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED IN KIND/SERVICES
107,597
CHF
4.7%
ADDITIONAL TO APPEAL BUDGET
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
AMERICAN - RC
2,426,895
17.07.00
BILATERAL CONTRIBUTION
DENMARK - RC
848,712
17.07.00
BILATERAL CONTRIBUTION
GERMAN - RC
4,082,039
17.07.00
BILATERAL CONTRIBUTION
SPANISH - RC
789,305
17.07.00
BILATERAL CONTRIBUTION
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED
8,146,951
CHF
THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS ARE LINKED TO THIS APPEAL:
PMZ001, PMZ002, PMZ015, PMZ501.

Annex 1

Mozambique, Botswana & Swaziland: Floods
APPEAL No. 04/2000 R2
PLEDGES RECEIVED
11/30/00
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
CASH
REQUESTED IN APPEAL CHF
35,053,843
55.1%
Balance carried forward from 1999
ANDORRA - PRIVATE
9,604
03/08/00
AMERICAN - GOVT
25,000
USD
39,350
03/01/00
MOZAMBIQUE
AMERICAN - GOVT/MISSION
25,000
USD
39,350
03/06/00
ZIMBABWE
AMERICAN - PRIVATE
175
USD
291
25.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
AMERICAN - PRIVATE
10,000
USD
16,475
02.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE
AMERICAN - PRIVATE (FORD
MOZAMBIQUE
FOUNDATION)
100,000
USD
157,400
03/15/00
AMERICAN - PRIVATES
345
23.04.00
ZIMBABWE
AMERICAN - PRIVATES
6,224
10.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
AMERICAN - RC
100,000
USD
157,400
02/24/00
MOZAMBIQUE/BOTSWANA/S. AFRICA/ZIMBABWE
AMERICAN - RC
100,000
USD
157,400
02/24/00
MOZAMBIQUE
AMERICAN - PRIVATE
125
USD
208
10.04.00
BOTSWANA
AMERICAN - PRIVATE
17
USD
28
11.04.00
SWAZILAND
AMERICAN - PRIVATE
125
USD
208
10.04.00
SWAZILAND
ANDORRA - PRIVATE
18,576
07.07.00
AUSTRALIAN- RC
250,000
AUD
261,900
03/20/00
MOZAMBIQUE
AUSTRALIAN- RC
46,035
AUD
45,050
29.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE FLOODS REHABILITATION
AUSTRIAN - RC
3,850,000
ATS
450,874
02/24/00
MOZAMBIQUE (Rehabilitation)
AUSTRIAN - RC
390,000
ATS
44,542
24.08.00
MOZAMBIQUE, 1000 LATRINES
BELGIUM - RC
262,900
USD
446' 930
25.05.00
TO PURCHASE RELIEF ITEMS
BRAZIL - PRIVATE
232
19.04.00
BRITISH - GOVT
20,000
USD
32,840
07.03.00
BEIRA SUB-DELEGATION
BRITISH - GOVT
5,000
USD
8,210
06.03.00
BEIRA SUB-DELEGATION
BRITISH - GOVT/RC
228,000
GBP
590,520
17.02.2000
MOZAMBIQUE - RELIEF SUPPLIES
BRITISH - GOVT/RC
271,917
GBP
685,231
19.07.00
WATER TESTING & PURIFICATION TABLETS, REHABILITATION OF BOREHOLES, SANITATION/LATRINES, VECTOR CONTROL, SOPAS, BEANS & MAIZE, NATIONAL STAFF, SUPPORT TO SECRETARIAT, ADMIN. & GENERAL
BRITISH - GOVT/RC
801,920
usd
1,363,264
31.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE/SUB-DELEGATION
BRITISH - GOVT/RC
127,090
GBP
326,621
15.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE
BRITISH - GOVT/RC
473,076
GBP
1,234,728
05/15/00
BRITISH - PRIVATE
2,749
04/04/00
BRITISH - PRIVATE
5,782
04.08.00
BRITISH - RC
100,000
GBP
259,000
03/08/00
MOZAMBIQUE
BRITISH - RC
100,000
GBP
259,000
03/10/00
MOZAMBIQUE - NON-COSTS
BRITISH - RC
100,000
GBP
259,000
03/10/00
ZIMBABWE - NON-COSTS
BRITISH - RC
436,053
GBP
1,138,098
04/17/00
MOZAMBIQUE
BRITISH - RC
40,400
05/08/00
MARK WILSON - MOZAMBIQUE
BRITISH - PRIVATE
504
28.09.00
MOZAMBIQUE
CANADA - GOVT/RC
275,000
CAD
298,293
03/03/00
MOZ/SWAZ/ZIMBABWE
CANADA - PRIVATE
56
19.04.00
CANADA - PRIVATE
500
USD
833
11.04.00
CANADA - PRIVATE
28
14.04.00
CANADA - RC
50,000
CAD
54,235
02/28/00
MOZAMBIQUE AND BOTSWANA
CHINA - GOVT/RC
10,000
USD
15,740
03/03/00
MOZAMBIQUE
CHINA - GOVT/RC
20,000
USD
31,480
03/03/00
ZIMBABWE
CHINA - RC
34,243
USD
58,333
27.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
CHINA /TAIWAN - RC
10,050
USD
16,557
26.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE
CHINA /TAIWAN - RC
34,257
USD
56,438
28.04.2000
MOZAMBIQUE
CHINA/HONG KONG GOVT/RC
750,000
HKD
151,768
04/18/00
MOZ/ZIM 5 % F/ OVERHEADS AND ADM COSTS
CHINA/HONG KONG GOVT/RC
755,000
HKD
152,780
02/28/00
MOZAMBIQUE / ZIMBABWE / SWAZILAND / BOTSWANA
CYPRUS - PRIVATE
2,791
20.03.00
CZECH - GOVT
20,000
USD
33,430
14.03.00
DENMARK - GOVT/RC
3,900,000
DKK
844,350
03/22/00
MOZAMBIQUE
DENMARK - GOVT/RC
411,350
03/17/00
ZIMBABWE
DENMARK - RC
64,950
18.02.2000
MOZAMBIQUE
FINLAND - GOVT/RC
50,456
EUR
81,310
02/28/00
MOZAMBIQUE
FINLAND - RC
57,183
EUR
88,988
04.07.00
MOZAMBIQUE
FINLAND - RC
33,637
EUR
54,206
02/28/00
MOZAMBIQUE AND BOTSWANA
FRANCE - RC
150,000
FRF
36,870
03/24/00
MOZAMBIQUE
GERMANY - PRIVATE
330
14.06.00
GERMANY - PRIVATE, HELP NOW
330
14.06.00
MOZAMBIQUE
HUNGARY - GOVT/RC
3,000,000
HUF
18,969
03/09/00
MOZAMBIQUE
ICELAND - RC
1,000,000
ISK
21,895
14.02.2000
MOZAMBIQUE
IRELAND - RC
20,000
IEP
40,940
03/01/00
MOZAMBIQUE
ITALY - GOVT
215
13.03.00
ZIMBABWE
ITALY - RC
100,000,000
ITL
83,300
03/27/00
MOZAMBIQUE
JAPAN - RC
154,000
03/02/00
MOZAMBIQUE / BOTSWANA / SWAZILAND
KOREAN REP - RC
12,700
03/03/00
MOZAMBIQUE
KOREAN REP - RC
5,683,070
WON
7,956
04/12/00
MOZAMBIQUE
KOREAN REP - RC/PRIVATE
7,300
03/03/00
MOZAMBIQUE
KUWAIT - RC
200,000
USD
314,800
02/11/00
MOZAMBIQUE / ZIMBABWE / SWAZILAND / BOTSWANA
LIECHTENSTEIN - RC
150,000
03/10/00
MOZAMBIQUE
MONACO - GOVT
30,490
EUR
47,976
13.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
MONACO - RC
200,000
FRF
49,160
03/03/00
MOZAMBIQUE
MOZAMBIQUE - PRIVATE
5,073
USD
8,447
05.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NAMIBIA - PRIVATE
500
28.03.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NETHERLANDS - PRIVATE
50
21.06.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NETHERLANDS - PRIVATE
37
03/20/00
MOZAMBIQUE
NETHERLANDS - RC
25,700
05/05/00
JOAO CHIPITA - MOZAMBIQUE
NETHERLANDS - RC
37,200
05/08/00
YOUSIF ELNOUR - MOZAMBIQUE
NETHERLANDS - RC
941,000
NLG
671,078
31.08.00
MANICALAND PROVINCE, CYCLONE ELINE REHABILIATION PROGRAMME
NETHERLANDS - RC
114,000
NLG
81,300
24.02.00
MOZAMBIQUE / ZIMBABWE / SWAZILAND / BOTSWANA
NETHERLANDS - RC
200,000
NLG
146,313
04/20/00
MOZAMBIQUE / ZIMBABWE / SWAZILAND / BOTSWANA
NETHERLANDS - RC
252,851
NLG
180,322
27.07.00
MOZAMBIQUE, REHABILITATION & RECONSTRUCTION OF WATSAN FACILITIES
NEW ZEALAND - PRIVATE
40
19.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NEW ZEALAND - RC
82,101
NZD
63,554
30.06.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NEW ZEALAND - RC
37,611
NZD
29,115
22.06.00
MOZAMBIQUE
NORWAY - GOVT/RC
3,000,000
NOK
593,925
23.02.2000
MOZAMBIQUE AND BOTSWANA
NORWAY - GOVT/RC
1,980,000
NOK
391,992
03/02/00
MOZAMBIQUE/BOTSWANA/SWAZILAND
NORWAY - RC
220,000
NOK
43,554
03/02/00
MOZAMBIQUE/BOTSWANA/SWAZILAND
OPEC FUND
200,000
USD
314,800
25.02.20000
MOZAMBIQUE
SPANISH - RC
5,000,000
ESP
47,250
03.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE & BOTSWANA
SWEDEN - GOVT/RC
1,250,000
SEK
233,375
15.02.2000
MOZAMBIQUE & BOTSWANA
SWEDEN - RC
2,250,000
SEK
420,075
03/03/00
MOZAMBIQUE / ZIMBABWE / SWAZILAND / BOTSWANA
SWISS-PRIVATE (WHO STAFF)
2,500
03/03/00
MOZ/BOT/SWAZ MEDICAL & FIRST AID
SWITZERLAND - PRIVATE
22,217
26.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE
SWITZERLAND - PRIVATE
698
USD
1,200
25.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
SWITZERLAND - PRIVATE
62,410
12/02/99
MOZAMBIQUE
SWITZERLAND - RC
100,000
03/09/00
MOZAMBIQUE
THAILAND - PRIVATE
261
08.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE
TURKEY - RC
24,955
USD
40,989
12.04.00
MOZAMBIQUE
TURKEY - RC
20,000
USD
31,480
03/20/00
MOZAMBIQUE
TURKEY - RC
9,975
USD
16,434
08.05.00
ZIMBABWE
VIET NAM - GOVT/RC
5,000
USD
7,870
04/14/00
MOZAMBIQUE
ZAMBIA - PRIVATE
214
07.03.00
MOZAMBIQUE
ZAMBIA - PRIVATE
214
07.03.00
ZIMBABWE
ZIMBABWE - PRIVATE
216
17.04.00
ZIMBABWE
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED IN CASH
14,550,693
CHF
41.5%
KIND AND SERVICES (INCLUDING PERSONNEL)
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
BELGIUM - RC
350,000
BEF
13,981
03/01/00
500 PLASTIC SHEETING, MOZ / BOTSW.
BRITISH-RC/GOVT
166,493
USD
271,425
02/17/00
408 TENTS - MOZAMBIQUE
BRITISH - RC
410,750
03/10/00
MOZAMBIQUE - TENTS, KITS. SETS, JERRY CANS, AQUATABS AND SOAP
BRITISH - RC
406,500
03/10/00
ZIMBABWE - TENTS, KITS. SETS, JERRY CANS, AQUATABS AND SOAP
BRITISH-RC/GOVT
861,808
GBP
2,214,847
15.05.00
MOZAMBIQUE: INFLATABLE BOATS & ACCESSORIES, LAPTOPS & PRINTER, PHOTOCOPIER , GPS, SAT PHONES, RADIOS, SAFES, BLANKETS, COOKSETS, PLASTIC SHEETING, JERRY CANS, HYGIENE KITS, WATER TABLETS, BP5 BARS, ORS, MOSQUITO NETTING, SEEDS & TOOLS KITS, KANGA CLOTH, KITCHEN SETS, JERRY CANS, AQUATABS, SOAP.
CANADA - GOVT/RC
110,961
CAD
120,359
03/10/00
VARIOUS SUPPLIES - MOZAMBIQUE
EGYPT - RC
510,000
EGP
237,405
04/05/00
5000 BLANKETS, 100 TENTS
FRANCE - RC
207,773
FRF
51,071
03/24/00
MOZAMBIQUE - PLASTIC SHEETING, WATER TANKS, WATER KITS, WHO KITS AND TRANSPORTATION
LESOTHO - RC
1,000
USD
1,648
05/03/00
4 BALES OF SECON HAND CLOTHES AND 2 BALES OF BLANKETS
NETHERLANDS - RC
111,650
NLG
81,679
03/02/00
MOZAMBIQUE - BLANKETS, STRETCHERS, COOKING SETS, JERRY CANS, SOAP AND BUCKETS
NETHERLANDS - RC
217,650
NLG
159,225
03/02/00
ZIMBABWE - BLANKETS, STRETCHERS, P. SHEETING, COOKING SETS, JERRY CANS, SOAP AND BUCKETS
SPANISH RC
1,810,100
ESP
17,538
02/17/00
2300 BLANKETS - MOZAMBIQUE
SPANISH RC
3,100,000
ESP
30,035
02/17/00
500 KITCHEN SETS - MOZAMBIQUE
GERMAN RC/GOVT
02/16/00
TENTS - BOTSWANA
GERMAN RC/GOVT
02/16/00
BLANKETS - BOTSWANA
AMERICAN - RC
304,077
USD
478,617
02/24/00
5000 COLLAPSIBLE WATER CONTAINERS, 5000 CLEAN-UP KITS, 261 TENTS AND SHIPPING
Belgium
Delegate(s)
30,061
Canada
Delegate(s)
80,492
Netherlands
Delegate(s)
59,959
Norway
Delegate(s)
14,620
Sweden
Delegate(s)
12,649
Great Britain
Delegate(s)
59,466
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED IN KIND/SERVICES
4,752,327
CHF
13.6%
ADDITIONAL TO APPEAL BUDGET
DONOR
CATEGORY
QUANTITY
UNIT
VALUE CHF
DATE
COMMENT
IRISH - RC
908,862
EUR
1,428,368
24.07.00
144.77 MT CORNED BEEF, 69.95 MT STWED STEAK
NETHERLANDS - RC
36,000
NLG
25,674
24.02.00
3 HEALTH WHO KITS FOR MOZAMBIQUE
SAUDI ARABIA - RC
2,695,368
SAR
1,221,786
29.06.00
60 TONS RELIEF & MEDICAL MATERIALS
SPANISH RC
6,500,000
ESP
62,978
02/17/00
100 TENTS - MOZAMBIQUE
SPANISH RC
10,825,000
ESP
104,883
02/17/00
4 WATER MOBILE PLANTS - MOZ
SPANISH RC
793,500
ESP
7,688
02/17/00
2300 JERRY CANS - MOZ
AMERICAN - RC
25,000
USD
39,250
02/24/00
SOUTH AFRICA
SUB/TOTAL RECEIVED
2,890,627
CHF
THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS ARE LINKED TO THIS APPEAL:
PBW503/PMZ503/PMZ504/PMZ505/PZA503/P63504/PSZ503/PZW503