|The Courier N° 159 - Sept - Oct 1996 - Dossier: Investing in People - Country Reports: Mali ; Western Samoa (EC Courier, 1996, 96 p.)|
Angola: ECU 14 million for a global assistance programme covering food and medical aid, the distribution of equipment and demining operations.
Chad: ECU 500 000 for the distribution of essential food products and to meet the special nutritional needs of children in the north of the country.
Cote d'lvoire: ECU 340 000 to help combat cholera and yellow fever among refugees from Liberia.
Ghana: ECU 140 000 towards the setting up of a camp for 'boat people' arriving from Liberia.
Guinea: ECU 160000 for the distribution of food to refugees from Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Senegal: ECU 250 000 towards the fight against cholera, notably in the town of Touba.
Sierra Leone: ECU 4.2 million for food and emergency medical aid (to combat cholera) for people displaced by the civil war.
Somalia: ECU 1.5 million for a measles vaccination programme and for medical and food aid for victims of the internal conflict.
Southern Sudan: ECU 13 million to finance ECHO flights, and for food, medical aid and the provision of water supplies, for civilian victims of the conflict, notably in Khartoum and its environs and in the refugee camps in the north of Uganda.
Non - ACP countries
Nicaragua: ECU 1.5 million for medicines, essential provisions, drinking water supply equipment and training actions in the area of epidemic prevention.
Peru: ECU 800 000 for shelters and medical assistance to people in the process of reestablishing their homes having fled from the violence that has occurred over the past ten years.
Ex-Yugoslavia: ECU 102 million for various emergency operations. The breakdown of this aid, by country, is as follows: Bosnia-Herzegovina-ECU 77.45 million; Croatia-ECU 11.95 million; Serbia-Montenegro-ECU 12,6 million.
Russian Federation: ECU 900 000 for street children in St Petersburg and homeless people in Moscow.
Afghanistan: ECU 7 million for a coordinated aid programme covering public health measures, the provision of drinking water, hygiene and refuse collection. The aid will be directed both at the people of Kabul and at other provinces of the country.
Kirghizistan: ECU 3.6 million for the purchase and distribution of food.
Tadilkistan: ECU 8.9 million for a food and medical programme.
Bangladesh: ECU 300 000 to help victims of the tropical storm that struck in the middle of May.