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Fact Sheet
Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
Washington, DC
October 25, 2001

State/PRM Humanitarian Assistance to Afghans -- FY 2001

 

Organization

Purpose

Amount

     

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Funding for programs of the IRC in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan that serve Afghan refugees and conflict victims

$6,900,000

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Funding for programs of the UNHCR in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran that serve Afghan refugees and internally displaced persons

$15,135,000

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)

Support for immediate emergency coordination and preparedness measures for Afghan refugee programs

$1,000,000

World Food Program (WFP)

Transportation costs for delivery of U.S. food contributions

$589,069

Support to Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Programs Benefiting Afghans

Organization

Purpose

Amount

     

Church World Service (CWS)

Primary health care, preventive and reproductive health care, and community health education for Afghan refugees in Pakistan and returnees in Afghanistan

$154,507

International Medical Corps (IMC)

Health care assistance for Afghan refugees in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

$535,695

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Drought relief in the form of health care and water and sanitation needs for Afghan refugees in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

$345,464

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

To Afghan refugees in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan through local NGO grants and local NGO capacity building

$509,998

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Basic health and sanitation services for Afghan refugees in 12 camps in the North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

$137,265

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Female education program providing support for primary and secondary education, teacher training, and community participation for refugees in the North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

$650,600

Mercy Corps International (MCI)

Health care and capacity building for Afghan refugees in Quetta, Pakistan, with particular focus on refugee women and girls and other vulnerable persons

$633,392

Mercy Corps International (MCI)

Drought relief in the form of health care, nutrition, and water for Afghan refugees in Baluchistan, Pakistan

736,371

Save the Children Fund-United States (SCF-US)

Primary and reproductive health care and primary education programs for Afghan refugees in Haripur and Baluchistan, Pakistan

$1,511,778

Save the Children Fund-United Kingdom (SCF-UK)

Develops child-focused local health education materials and trains partner agencies to develop health education skills among refugee populations in Pakistan and Afghanistan

$94,520

     

Total to NGOs

 

$5,309,590

     

Total State/PRM FY 2001

 

$28,933,659

FY 2002

Organization

Purpose

Amount

     

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Contingency planning for establishment of basic infrastructure in sectors in water, sanitation, shelter and health, and camp management in identified potential refugee sites

$10,000,000

     

Total State/PRM FY 2002 To Date

 

$10,000,000

     

Total State/PRM FY 2001/2002 To Date

 

$38,933,659

  



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