OCHA Office in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
RESIDENT UNITED NATIONS, NON-GOVERNMENTAL AND BI-LATERAL ORGANIZATIONS
HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE SECTOR PROGRAMMING MATRIX - 2003
|Adventist Development Relief Association (ADRA), Switzerland||
||Baby homes, Orphanages and paediatric Hospital/Ward in North and South Hwanghae, Kaesong, Nampo, Pyongyang, Kangwon and South Pyongan.||Church organizations
|Mr. Marcel Wagner
|Campus fuer Christus3||
1 Each agency may internally classify a programme or project using different themes or sectors. However, for the purpose of identifying sectors OCHA uses the following sector classifications when compiling this matrix: Food (Includes transport costs, provision of food aid), Agriculture, Health & Nutrition (Includes: Reproductive Health & Nutrition, Nutrition, Psycho-social support, Mental Health & Nutrition, Assistance to the Disabled) Water and Sanitation, Family Shelter and Non-Food Items (Includes transport costs, provision of relief items), Education, Economic recovery and infrastructure (Includes: Rehabilitation), and Coordination and Support services.
2 Donors listed under 'Funding Sources' refers to donor support for ongoing programmes, or recently completed programmes.
3 Campus fuer Christus are a resident NGO, who implement programmes during the agricultural seasonal or as required basis.
4 PMU Interlife is a resident NGO, who implement programmes during the agricultural seasonal or as required basis.
5 Development programme includes co-operation in the field of agriculture, aid co-operation, capacity building. SDC maintain a small humanitarian assistance programme.
6 WFP provides support to the Health & Nutrition sector through LFP, and other sectors through FFW.
7 FALU consists of Action by Churches Together, Canadian Foodgrains Bank, Caritas Internationalis and World Vision.
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