Madagascar Cyclone Feb 1984 UNDRO Situation Reportrs 1 - 9

Report
from UN Department of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 16 Feb 1984


UNDRO 84/0445

SECRETARY-GENERAL'S INITIATIVE FOR AFRICA

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 1
16 FEBRUARY 1984

1. GOVERNMENT HAS REQUESTED EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR VICTIMS OF CYCLONES WHICH HAVE HIT MADAGASCAR IN SUCCESSION SINCE 10 DECEMBER 1983.

2. FOLLOWING INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENT: WORST AFFECTED REGIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: SOALALA, MITSINJO, MAROVOAY, FIFABE, MAMPIKONY, FARAFANGANA, VOLIPERO, ANTANANARIVO AND THE EAST COAST.

3. LIVES LOST AND PERSONS MISSING ESTIMATED BY GOVERNMENT AT SEVERAL DOZEN. THOUSANDS HOMELESS. HUNDREDS OF BUILDINGS PARTIALLY OR TOTALLY DESTROYED, ROADS CUT, BRIDGES DESTROYED, DYKES BREACHED. FLOODING HAS OCCURRED KILLING HUNDREDS OF CATTLE AND DAMAGING AGRICULTURAL LAND. ESTIMATED DAMAGE US DLRS 20 MILLION.

4. GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES ESTIMATE THAT IN SPITE OF MEASURES TAKEN BY GOVERNMENT AND NATIONAL RELIEF COMMITTEE, REMAINING NEEDS ENORMOUS. MOST URGENT REQUIREMENTS PARTICULARLY FOOD AND MATERIAL FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SHELTERS.

5. UNDRO/UNDP REPRESENTATIVE IN MADAGASCAR HAS BEEN ASKED TO PROVIDE DETAILED ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE AND NEEDS WHICH WILL BE COMMUNICATED IN NEXT SITREP.

6. CONTRIBUTIONS

GOVERNMENT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY - CASH: 3,500 US DLRS.

7. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0605

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 2
13 MARCH 1984

SITUATION

1. UNDRO DISPATCHED DELEGATE TO MADAGASCAR 26 FEBRUARY 1984. FIELD TRIP TO SEVERELY AFFECTED MAJUNGA PROVINCE UNDERTAKEN. ASSESSMENT OF SITUATION, FOLLOWING CLOSE CONSULTATIONS WITH GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, BILATERAL DONORS, NGO'S AND THE U.N. SYSTEM CONFIRMS EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE FLOODING RESULTING FROM RAINFALL WHICH EXCEEDED 200 PER CENT OF AVERAGE IN DIEGO, MAEVATANANA AND FARAFANYANA PROVINCES AND REACHED 190 PER CENT OF AVERAGE IN MAJUNGA AND TANNANARIVO. COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, ROAD AND BRIDGES DESTROYED. LOSS MAJORITY RICE CROP HAS AGGRAVATED FOOD SITUATION. MAJOR RICE CROP AREAS MAROVOAY AND AMBATONDRAZAKA HAVE BEEN SEVERELY AFFECTED. CROP LOSSES AS HIGH 90 PER CENT OF CULTIVATED AREAS.

2. MINISTER OF INTERIOR, PRESIDENT NATIONAL RELIEF COMMITTEE, CONVENED MEETING REPRESENTATIVES DIPLOMATIC CORPS AND INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES 6 MARCH. IT WAS REPORTED THAT DESPITE MEASURES TAKEN BY COMMITTEE, INFORMATION ON CASUALTIES AND EMERGENCY RELIEF NEEDS IS STILL FLOWING IN FROM ISOLATED AREAS. AS OF DATE OF MEETING: 42 DEAD, 3 MISSING, 13,560 HOMELESS. LOSSES HIGH CONSIDERING LOW POPULATION DENSITY AFFECTED AREAS.

3. GOVT. INITIAL GLOBAL ESTIMATE OF DAMAGE: 25 MILLION US DLRS. MADAGASCAR HAS NOT YET RECOVERED FROM PREVIOUS CUMULATIVE LOSSES CYCLONE DISASTERS WHICH AFFECTED ENTIRE ECONOMY AND INFRASTRUCTURE. NEW CYCLONES PROBABLE BEFORE END OF SEASON.

NATIONAL RESPONSE

4. NATIONAL RELIEF COMMITTEE RESPONDING TO URGENT NEEDS. FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION TO PROVINCES APPROX. 10,000,000 FMG (US DLRS. 20,243) IN ADDITION TO SHELTER MATERIAL, MEDICINES, CLOTHES AND EMERGENCY FOOD.

RELIEF NEEDS

5. TECHNICAL REPORTS INCLUDING EVALUATIONS BY U.N. AGENCIES (UNICEF, WFP, FAO AND WHO) CURRENTLY IN HAND WILL COVER FOLLOWING AREAS OF RELIEF NEEDS:

A) MEDICINES (W.H.O. WITH NATIONAL RED CROSS AND MINISTRY OF HEALTH). REQUIREMENT FOR PREVENTIVE MEDICINES TO PREVENT OUTBREAK OF DYSENTERY INDICATED.

B) EMERGENCY FOOD, PARTICULARLY RICE. FIRST GOVERNMENT ESTIMATE 50,000 TONS.

C) EMERGENCY ROAD REPAIRS. ESTIMATED COST: 600,000 FMG (US DLRS 121,450).

D) SHELTER MATERIALS.

E) EMERGENCY REPAIRS TO IRRIGATION SYSTEM (DRAINS, BARRAGES).

F) RE-EQUIPPING METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATION CENTRES. DETAILS WITH WMO (TELEX NO. 23260 OMM, GENEVA).

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE UNDRO SITREP NO. 1, 16 FEBRUARY 1984)

6. UN SYSTEM
US DLRS
UNDRO
CASH GRANT. LOCAL PURCHASE EMERGENCY RELIEF SUPPLIES
30,000
7. GOVERNMENTS
FRANCE
AIR PASSAGE FOR UNDRO RELIEF (AIR FRANCE) OFFICER GENEVA-MADAGASCAR-GENEVA
2,325
GERMANY (F.R.)
LOCAL PURCHASE BLANKETS (UNDRO SITREP NO.1)
3,500
U.S.S.R
1 TON MEDICINES
(++)
8. OTHERS
ISLAMIC ASSOCIATION
1.5 TONS RICE
(++)
CASH FOR PURCHASE RELIEF ITEMS
10,000

(++) VALUE NOT REPORTED TO UNDRO.

9. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0831

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 3
13 APRIL 1984

SITUATION

1. AS INDICATED SITREP 2 OF 13 MARCH 1984, ANOTHER CYCLONE, 'KAMISY', HIT THE NORTHERN COAST OF MADAGASCAR ON 10 APRIL 1984 WITH ESTIMATED WIND SPEED EXCEEDING 115 KNOTS.

2. INITIAL REPORT: DESTRUCTION OF 80 PERCENT OF THE MAJOR NORTHERN PORTS OF ANTSERANANA AND MAHAJANGA, LEAVING 35,000 HOMELESS. SERIOUS DAMAGE IN DIEGO SUAREZ, NOSYBE AND AMBANJA. AIRPORTS CLOSED, BUILDINGS DESTROYED, HEAVY FLOODING COVERED TANATAVE. CASUALTIES REPORT DEATHS AND MISSING. DETAILS FOLLOW.

3. CYCLONE HEADING SOUTH EAST THROUGH COUNTRY.

4. GOVERNMENT INITIAL ESTIMATE DAMAGE: 2 MILLION US DLRS.

NATIONAL RESPONSE

5. GOVERNMENT HAS ALREADY SENT INITIAL 33 TONS OF RICE FOR AFFECTED POPULATION AND PROMISED ADDITIONAL 22,200 TONS AND 2,000 IRON SHEETS FOR ANTSERANANA.

RELIEF NEEDS

6. GOVERNMENT FOCUSED ITS RENEWED APPEAL, LAUNCHED BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ON 12 APRIL 1984, ON THE FOLLOWING IMMEDIATE RELIEF NEEDS: FOOD, MAINLY RICE, BUILDING MATERIAL (IRON SHEETS), CANDLES AND MEDICINES.

INTERNATIONAL MOBILIZATION

7. MALAGASY RED CROSS LAUNCHING AN APPEAL FOR BLANKETS, TENTS, CLOTHING, MEDICINES AND FOOD.

8. LRCS IS CONSIDERING DISPATCH OF RELIEF TEAM, PROBABLY FROM THE NETHERLANDS RED CROSS. FRENCH RED CROSS ALSO IN TOUCH WITH LEAGUE FOR TRANSPORT ELEMENT.

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE UNDRO SITREP NO. 2, 13 MARCH 1984)

GOVERNMENTS:

9. CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC: CASH TO GOVERNMENT, US DLRS 20,000.

10. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0850

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 4
18 APRIL 1984

SITUATION

1. CYCLONE KAMISY WHICH HIT NORTHERN COAST ON 10 APRIL AND WAS ANNOUNCED IN SITREP NO. 3 INFLICTED PARTICULARLY HEAVY DAMAGES IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

(A) DIEGO SUAREZ (ANTSIRANANA) AND NOSY BE. PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE: DESTRUCTION 80 PERCENT, OVER 35,000 HOMELESS, ELECTRICITY AND WATER SUPPLIES CUT, PORT FACILITIES SERIOUSLY DAMAGED.

(B) MAJUNGA (MAHAJANGA) (ALREADY HIT BY CYCLONE DOMONIA): MOST OF TOWN DESTROYED, 50 DEAD, 215 INJURED AND OVER 30,000 HOMELESS.

(C) MAIN RICE-PRODUCING REGIONS OF THE COUNTRY, MAROVOAY (ALREADY EXTENSIVELY DAMAGED BY DOMOINA) AND LAC ALAORTE, HAVE SUFFERED SERIOUS DAMAGE TO CROPS INCLUDING SUGAR CANE AND VANILLA. FULL EXTENT OF LOSSES STILL UNASSESSED.

(D) TOAMASINA (TAMATAVE) IMPORTANT PORT, ALTHOUGH NOT DIRECTLY HIT BY CYCLONE KAMISY, HEAVY RAINFALL REPORTED WHICH AFFECTED STOCKS OF RICE AND MILK.

2. GOVERNMENT NOW ESTIMATES DAMAGE OVER 100 MILLION US DLRS WITH TOTAL OF 75,000 PERSONS AFFECTED.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

3. IMMEDIATE NEEDS FOOD (MAINLY RICE AND MILK), MEDICINES, BUILDING MATERIALS AND FUEL.

4. GOVERNMENT CONTINUING EFFORTS TO MEET EMERGENCY NEEDS AND PLANS TO DELIVER 2,000 TONS RICE TO AFFECTED AREA.

5. FRENCH GOVERNMENT DELIVERED:

- 270 TONS RICE, ANOTHER 350 TONS EXPECTED IN TWO DAYS OUT OF 1,000 TONS COMMITTED TO EMERGENCY IN MADAGASCAR.

- 3 TONS MEDICINES GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL SOURCES.

- 4 LARGE TENTS FOR DISPENSARIES.

6. CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES DISTRIBUTING RICE AND MILK AND 1,200 KGS. OF PRIVATELY DONATED MEDICINE.

7. LEAGUE OF RED CROSS SOCIETIES: RELIEF TEAM OF NETHERLANDS RED CROSS ARRIVED MADAGASCAR 14 APRIL 1984.

8. LRCS RELIEF TEAM REPORTS URGENT NEED FOR SIX WHO EMERGENCY KITS (TO COVER NEEDS 60,000 PERSONS).

CONTRIBUTIONS

9. GOVERNMENT
US DLRS
FRANCE
1,000 TONS OF RICE, 2.2 TONS OF MEDICINES,
500 TONS OF FUEL, 4 LARGE TENTS FOR DISPENSARIES
(++)
U.S.A.
CASH FOR RELIEF NEEDS
25,000
PROVISION FOR TRANSPORTATION FEES OF RELIEF ITEMS
50,000
LOCAL PURCHASE OF BLANKETS, SOAP ETC.
15,000
10. INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION
F.E.D.
MILK POWDER (150,000 ECUS)
127,000
TENTS (120,000 ECUS)
100,600
KITCHEN UTENSILS (80,000 ECUS)
67,700
11. NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION:
HOPITAL SANS FRONTIERES
DESPATCHED 800 KGS. MEDICAMENTS BY AIRCRAFT PROVIDED BY FRENCH GOVT.
(++)

(++) - VALUE NOT REPORTED TO UNDRO.

12. DONORS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT UNDRO SHOULD THEY WISH TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE IN ARRANGING SURFACE OR AIR TRANSPORT TO THE AFFECTED COUNTRY.

13. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0868

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 5
19 APRIL 1984

SITUATION

1. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON DAMAGE CAUSED BY CYCLONE KAMISY, ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT SOURCES: PROVISIONAL DEATH TOLL 68, MANY MISSING, 75,000 PERSONS HOMELESS. MATERIAL DAMAGE (INCLUDING CROPS) AMOUNTS TO ESTIMATED ONE BILLION DOLLARS. MORE THAN 7,000 BUILDINGS TOTALLY OR PARTIALLY DESTROYED, INCLUDING 1,270 SCHOOLS, 450 HOSPITALS, CLINICS AND MEDICAL CENTRES.

RELIEF NEEDS

2. EMERGENCY AID REQUESTED BY GOVERNMENT:

(A) FOOD: 60,000 TONS RICE, 500 TONS FLOUR, 80 TONS EDIBLE OIL, 20 TONS POWDERED MILK AND CANNED FOOD.

(B) SOAP.

(C) CLOTHING.

(D) 80 TRUCKS FOR RELIEF TRANSPORT.

(E) 200,000 TONS CEMENT FOR BUILDING REPAIR, 50,000 PACKAGES IRON SHEETS, 500 TONS NAILS.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

3. GOVERNMENT CONTINUING EFFORTS TO MEET EMERGENCY NEEDS.

4. LRCS TEAM VISITING MAHAJANGA AND ANTSERANANA TO ASSESS NEEDS.

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE UNDRO SITREP NO. 4)

5. INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION

- EEC: THROUGH LRCS CASH 350,000 ECUS (US DLRS 296,500).

6. DONORS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT UNDRO SHOULD THEY WISH TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE IN ARRANGING SURFACE OR AIR TRANSPORT TO THE AFFECTED COUNTRY.

7. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0938

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 6
27 APRIL 1984

RELIEF NEEDS

1. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON GOVERNMENT ESTIMATES (UNDRO SITREP NO. 5, PARA 2) RECEIVED FROM UNDRO/UNDP RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE:

A) FOOD, CANNED: 10 TONS.

B) 80 TRUCKS: RECOMMENDED TYPES, EXISTING IN COUNTRY, ARE MERCEDES, SAVIEM, WITH BASIC SPARE PARTS.

C) IRON SHEETS: 500,000 DIM 1 X 3 M.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

2. ON 23 APRIL PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MADAGASCAR ADDRESSED DIRECT APPEAL FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO UN SEC-GEN. GOVERNMENT CONTINUING ITS EFFORTS TO MEET URGENT NEEDS.

3. RED CROSS RELIEF ACTION UNDER WAY FOR 40,000 VICTIMS. CONTRIBUTIONS REQUIRED APPROX SF 1.3 MILLION (US DLRS 601,851) IN CASH AND KIND. SUPPLIES REQUESTED INCLUDE 20,000 BLANKETS, 3,000 SETS OF KITCHEN UTENSILS, 850 FAMILY-SIZE TENTS AS WELL AS STRETCHERS, PICKS, HOES, SHOVELS, HEAVY-DUTY VEHICLES, RADIO TRANSMITTER- RECEIVERS AND INFLATABLE CANOES.

4. US GOVERNMENT HAS DISPATCHED MERCHANT MARINE SALVAGE/WORKSHOP VESSEL TO ANTSIRANANA TO ASSIST IN REPAIRING PORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM SERIOUSLY DAMAGED BY CYCLONE. WITH LOCAL AUTHORITIES, WORKSHOP TEAM STUDYING REPAIR PORT INSTALLATIONS AND VESSEL SALVAGE.

5. UNDRO/UK FINANCED AIRLIFT OF EMERGENCY RELIEF SUPPLIES IN FINAL STAGES OF PREPARATION.

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE SITREP NO. 5 OF 19 APRIL 1984)


6. UN SYSTEM
US DLRS
UNDP
ASSISTANCE PROJECT
30,000
7. GOVERNMENTS
GERMANY (F. R.)
CASH DM 50,000
19,230
8. INTERNATIONAL NGOS
WCC
CASH THROUGH MOZAMBIQUE FEDERATION OF PROTESTANT CHURCHES
20,000

9. DONORS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT UNDRO SHOULD THEY WISH TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE IN ARRANGING SURFACE OR AIR TRANSPORT TO THE AFFECTED COUNTRY.

10. THEY ARE ALSO INVITED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/0993

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 7
04 MAY 1984

1. SITUATION

DRY WEATHER HAS BENEFITED CYCLONE RECOVERY OPERATIONS. RELIEF NEEDS REMAIN EXTENSIVE.

2. INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

UNDRO/UK FINANCED AIRLIFT (SITREP NO. 6 PARA 5) ARRIVING 5 MAY WITH 32 TONS RELIEF SUPPLIES INCLUDING MEDICINES PROVIDED BY GERMAN RED CROSS AND HOPITAL SANS FRONTIERES.

3. CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE UNDRO SITREP NO. 6)


GOVERNMENTS
US DLRS
ITALY
TENTS, MEDICINES, DSM, SOAP AND DETERGENTS (70 MILLION LIRA)
41,500
NETHERLANDS
NETHERLANDS RED CROSS FOR PURCHASE TENTS (200,000 FLORINS)
65,000
UNITED KINGDOM
CASH FOR AIRLIFT EMERGENCY RELIEF SUPPLIES
74,000
MEDICINES THROUGH MIN. OF HEALTH (14,882 POUNDS)
20,800
U.S.A
2 AIR FREIGHT SHIPMENTS MEDICAL SUPPLIES
15,000

4. DONORS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT UNDRO SHOULD THEY WISH TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE IN ARRANGING SURFACE OR AIR TRANSPORT TO THE AFFECTED COUNTRY.

5. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/1113

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 8
18 MAY 1984

1. SITUATION

RELATIVELY STABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS HELPING RELIEF OPERATIONS. FORMERLY ISOLATED AREAS IN THE COUNTRY CAN NOW BE REACHED.

ECOSOC DISCUSSED 11 MAY 'MEASURES TO BE TAKEN FOLLOWING THE CYCLONES AND FLOODS IN MADAGASCAR (83-84)'. RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY ECOSOC STRESSING IMPORTANCE OF EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE AND EMPHASIZING URGENT NEED FOR REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION. UN AGENCIES AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL BODIES ASKED TO TAKE NECESSARY ACTION TO ASSIST.
REMAINING URGENT NEEDS: FOOD, TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT AND SHELTERMATERIAL.

2. NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

GOVT CONTINUING ITS EFFORTS TO ASSIST AFFECTED POPULATION.

FRENCH GOVT PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO REPAIR NAVAL AIRBASE AND PORT FACILITIES ANTSERANANA.

US GOVT HAS OFFERED TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN BUILDING TECHNIQUES FOR REDUCTION CYCLONE VULNERABILITY. FOCUSSING ADDITIONAL RELIEF EFFORTS, MAINLY PUBLIC BUILDING REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION, IN MAJUNGA AND DIEGO CITIES.

CARITAS MADAGASCAR AND CRS UNDERTAKING RELIEF OPERATIONS: DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD, MILK TO CHILDREN, MEDICINES AND SANITATION PRODUCTS IN TWO MOST SERIOUSLY AFFECTED PROVINCES, MAHAJANGA AND ANTSERANANA.

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE SITREP NO. 7 OF 4 MAY 1984)


3. UN SYSTEM
US DLRS
UNICEF
MEDICINES TO GOVT
11,000
4. INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
EEC
TO CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES 9,500 KGS OF MILK
(++)
5. GOVERNMENTS
CANADA
CASH GRANT THROUGH LRCS CAN DLRS 50,000
38,300
JAPAN
CASH GRANT TO GOVT
92,000
5,255 TONS OF RICE
(++)
NORWAY
CASH GRANT 300,000 N KR TO NORWEGIAN RED CROSS
38,000
USA
3RD AIRFREIGHT SHIPMENT MEDICAL SUPPLIES, 4,022 KGS MEDICINES, PLUS TRANSPORT COST
25,498
TO CRS (CATWELL): 200,000 KGS OF RICE, 15,000 KGS OF OIL, 40,000 KGS OF MILK
(++)
USSR
TO NATIONAL RELIEF COMMITTEE 1,000 BLANKETS
(++)
6. NGOS
SWITZERLAND (RED CROSS)
MEDICINES (SF 48,300) FOR VICTIMS OF CYCLONES
21,172
7. INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY AGENCIES
CARITAS (FRG)
CASH GRANT 30,000 DM (+)
10,650
CARITAS (BELGIUM)
CASH GRANT 100,000 FB (+)
1,850
CARITAS (NETHERLANDS)
12 TONS BABY FOOD, 12 TONS, MILK POWDER, 108 TONS RICE (+)
(+) - CONTRIBUTIONS CHANNELLED THROUGH CARITAS MADAGASCAR
FOR VICTIMS OF CYCLONES
(++)
8. OTHERS
GULF GROUP COMPANIES
CASH FOR VICTIMS OF CYCLONES
50,000

(++) - VALUE NOT REPORTED TO UNDRO.

9. DONORS ARE INVITED TO CONTACT UNDRO SHOULD THEY WISH TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE IN ARRANGING SURFACE OR AIR TRANSPORT TO THE AFFECTED COUNTRY.

10. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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UNDRO 84/1227

MADAGASCAR - TROPICAL CYCLONES
SITUATION REPORT NO. 9
04 JUNE 1984

SITUATION

1. WITH STABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS STILL PREVAILING, RELIEF OPERATIONS MORE EXTENSIVE. HOWEVER, RELIEF NEEDS STILL UNCOVERED INCLUDE FOOD, TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT AND SHELTER MATERIAL.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE

2. GOVERNMENT IN CLOSE CO-OPERATION WITH U.N. AGENCIES, BILATERAL DONORS AND VERY ACTIVE NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, EXPENDING EFFORTS TO ASSIST AFFECTED POPULATION.

3. UNDRO'S CONTRIBUTION BEING USED FOR REPAIR OF EMERGENCY SHELTERS.

CONTRIBUTIONS (SINCE SITREP NO. 8 OF 18 MAY 1984)

4. UN SYSTEM
US DLRS
W.H.O.
6 EMERGENCY HEALTH KITS
30,000
UNICEF
AIRLIFT MEDICINES
20,000
5. GOVERNMENTS
AUSTRALIA
CASH THROUGH UNDRO FOR MEDICINES, CLOTHING AND FOOD
23,500
NORWAY
CASH 200,000 NKR TO SAVE THE CHILDREN, NORWAY
28,500
6. INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
EEC
TO CRS 9,500 KGS OF MILK
9,000
7. RED CROSS
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM AUSTRALIA, CANADA, DENMARK, FINLAND, FRANCE, NETHERLANDS AND NORWAY TO LRCS' APPEAL
149,541
WITH THESE CONTRIBUTIONS APPEAL NOW COVERED
8. NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
MEDICINES
10,884
SOAP AND CLOTHING
4,240

9. DONORS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP UNDRO INFORMED OF THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS AND VALUE.

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