Information received and updated as
at: 25 March 2003 Note: This is a summary from agencies
active in Iraq and the region - it does not include all response activities
by ACFOA members. The following...
A Fijian assessment team conducted an aerial
assessment of all areas affected by Ami on a PC Orion supplied by New Zealand
on Wednesday 15 January 2003. The flight reported that impact of Cyclone
Aid agencies have called on the Australian
Government to provide more funds for urgent food relief to counter a humanitarian
disaster unfolding in southern Africa. They have also asked the Australian...
Aid agencies have today welcomed the openness
with which the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and the Government of Sri
Lanka are now approaching a peace agreement in Sattahip, Thailand. Aid
ACFOA Council refers to the 2001 Council
Resolutions on Zimbabwe, Debt and HIV/AIDS and notes that: Australian aid to Africa has, in real
terms, shrunk to half what it was in 1995-96. For the 2002/3...
Across Southern Africa millions of people
are struggling for survival. The region is facing drastic food shortages
resulting from severe drought compounded by the general economic downturn. According...
This Code of Conduct defines standards of governance,
management, financial control and reporting with which non-government development
organisations (NGDOs) should comply. In addition, it identifies...