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Afghanistan + 37 more

Cash and vouchers in emergencies

Researched, written and published by the Humanitarian Policy Group at ODI Paul Harvey Research Fellow, HPG Executive summary Researched, written and published by the Humanitarian Policy Group at ODI...

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India + 2 more

South Asia: On the edge of disaster

Each year about 210 mill. people are affected by Nature's ruthless raging. Most of them are poor and live in developing countries. Millions of lives and money can be saved if the natural disasters...

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh: 1998 Flood Appeal - An Independent Evaluation

AN INDEPENDENT EVALUATION Roger Young and Associates JANUARY 2000 FINAL REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY From July to September 1998, Bangladesh suffered the most extensive, deepest and longest lasting...

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Afghanistan + 7 more

OXFAM Emergencies Bulletin Dec 1999 Asia

Afghanistan Afghanistan has suffered appallingly through 19 years of civil war and subsequently has some of the worst indicators of human development in the world. The Taliban, an Islamic...

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Afghanistan + 12 more

Secretary-General to Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction

Press Release SG/SM/7060 - 19990706 DESPITE DEDICATED EFFORTS, NUMBER AND COST OF NATURAL DISASTERS CONTINUE TO RISE Following are remarks of Secretary-General Kofi Annan on the occasion of the...

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Afghanistan + 8 more

WFP Emergency Report No. 26 of 1999

This report includes: A) FR Yugoslavia - Kosovo crisis B) Bangladesh C) Afghanistan D) Somalia E) East Africa: Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda F) Sierra Leone G) Sahel: Mauritania, the Gambia and Chad...

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Bangladesh

WFP to help rebuild Bangladesh after floods

ROME -- The United Nations World Food Programme announced today it is conducting a $27-million operation to provide emergency relief and rehabilitation assistance to nearly three million victims of...

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