Indonesia + 1 more

South Asia: List of Tsunami approved projects 4 Aug 2005

Format
News and Press Release
Source
Posted
Originally published
S/N
Organisation
Brief Description
Country
Amount S$
1.
Singapore International Foundation Community Rehabilitation Project.
Provide community services at the Internally Displaced Camps (IDP) for 6 months, from May to October 2005.
Sri Lanka
107,146
2.
Catholic Archdiocese Of Singapore /
Catholic Medical Guild of Singapore
Healthcare Plan for Aceh.
Establish fixed and mobile clinics to provide primary healthcare and vaccination to communities in the Eastern & Western coastal areas.
Aceh, Indonesia
143,000
3.
Singapore Project Project Play Pack.
Distribution of 20,000 play packs to children in the affected areas.
Indonesia
140,000
4.
Singapore Project Posko Temasek, Medan & Meulaboh.
Establish Liaison Offices in Medan and Meulaboh to facilitate the reconstruction efforts of volunteer groups in Aceh.
Indonesia
100,000
5.
Habitat For Humanity S’pore Ltd Housing.
Construction of 3,000 2-room low cost housing units in Meulaboh.
Meulaboh, Indonesia
12,656,280
6.
Buddhist Fellowship Permanent Housing.
Construction of 500 units of housing
Kalutara,
Sri Lanka
2,000,000
7.
Buddhist Research Society Permanent Housing.
Construction of 200 permanent housing units.
Hambantota, Sri Lanka
955,200
8.
Singapore International Foundation Schools Rehabilitation.
Restoration and enhancement of 5 schools (1 in Galle, 4 in Matara) for 7,000 children.
Sri Lanka
984,000
9.
Singapore Sinhala Association Construction of houses and communal facilities.
Construction of 75 houses in Hambantota with community hub and amenities.
Sri Lanka
720,200
10.
Singapore Project Permanent Relocation Centre.
Construction of a permanent relocation centre for 900 IDPs in Banda Aceh for 2-3 years. The centre would include amenities such as toilets, dining halls, a market area, clinic and children's playground.
Indonesia
1,400,000
11.
Singapore Project Restoration of Muhammadiyah Orphanages.
Repair and refurbish 2 partially destroyed orphanages to shelter 60-100 children.
Indonesia
280,000
12.
Singapore Project Fishing boats for living.
Building 10 modern fishing boats to enhance capability of fishermen to be able to operate for long-haul and reinstate their livelihoods. The funding will be towards 5 boats and the balance will be funded through corporate sector donations.
Indonesia
1,220,000
13.
Tomorrow’s Hope Project OMO. (OMO means home in Niasian)
Construction of Schools and Orphanages for 130 children.
Nias Island, Indonesia
1,160,000
14.
Tomorrow’s Hope Project Co-ordination Office.
The co-ordination office will help facilitate the reconstruction efforts of NGOs and VWOs groups in Nias. Full funding of office hardware costs.
Nias Island, Indonesia
78,450
15.
Singapore International Foundation Beds for IDP Camps.
Construction of 4000 raised-platform plywood beds for IDPs staying in camps and temporary housing in Galle, Matara, Hambantota & Ampara.
Sri Lanka
177,203
16.
Maha Karuna Buddhist Society Permanent lodging.
Construction of 250 houses.
Perilaya & Galle,
Sri Lanka
1,000,000
17.
International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) Asia Pacific (in partnership with NVPC) Schools to Schools partnership Project - Singapore 2005.
This project is to link local schools with schools in the affected countries.
Affected Countries
177,312
18.
Maha Karuna Buddhist Society Construction of Community Centre.
To build a multipurpose community centre for 5,000 families in the Hambantota area, including quarters for teachers, and various centres for sports, kindergarten and health centre.
Hambantota,
Sri Lanka
553,237
19.
Singapore International Foundation Partnering with Central Singapore CDC, Mobile Aid Repair Services (MARS) and Keppel FMO and the Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD) Mobility aids
Refurbishment and provision of 400 new and used mobility aids to help the needy disabled.
Aceh, Indonesia
59,320
20.
Methodist Church of Singapore Housing.
Construction of 100 new houses and repair 40 houses in Kalmadhu, Batticaloa, and construction of 150 new houses in Komarie, Ampara.
Sri Lanka
1,517,156
21.
Order of Malta (SMOM), Singapore
(Partner with the Jesuit Refugee Service in Medan Aceh)
Housing & Economic livelihood.
Housing reconstruction and restoration of economic livelihood (mostly farming and fishing) for 287 families (about 900 villagers).
Pulo Aceh
(Meulingge, Alue Raya, Rinon)
1,294,000
22.
Singapore Red Cross Restoration of Orphanages.
Furnishing of Orphanage in Medan for 1000 orphans.
Medan,
Indonesia
300,000
23.
Singapore Red Cross Kindergarten.
Construction of 1 kindergarten.
Meulaboh, Indonesia
300,000
24.
Singapore Red Cross Clinic.
Construction of 1 maternity clinic.
Meulaboh, Indonesia
150,000
25.
Government to Government Meulaboh General Hospital.
Refurbishing and upgrading of a 80-bed community hospital; a joint project with Government of Singapore.
Meulaboh, Indonesia
3,000,000
26.
Government to Government Permanent Pier
Construction of Permanent Pier, a joint project with Singapore Government.
Meulaboh, Indonesia
3,800,000