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					Other Humanitarian Funding to PAKISTAN - Floods - July 2010

Table H: List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
Report as of 08-July-2011
http://www.reliefweb.int/fts (Table ref: R4 )
Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.


Donor                              Channel

Abbott Laboratories                NGOs



Afghanistan                        Bilateral (to affected government)

Agility                            IMC
Algeria                            Bilateral (to affected government)
Argentina                          Bilateral (to affected government)
Argentina                          Bilateral (to affected government)

Asian Development Bank             Various Recipients

AT&T Foundation                    TSF
Australia                          World Vision Australia

Australia                          NGOs




Australia                          NGOs



Australia                          OXFAM Australia

Australia                          World Bank




Australia                          NGOs



Australia                          Bilateral (to affected government)

Australia                          ICRC
Australia                          Various Recipients




Australia                          WFP



Australia                          IFRC

Australia                          IFRC
Australian Red Cross               IFRC
Austria                             Bilateral (to affected government)

Austria                             Bilateral (to affected government)



Austria                             Various Recipients




Austria                             Bilateral (to affected government)
Austrian Red Cross                  IFRC
Austrian Red Cross                  IFRC
Bahrain                             Bilateral (to affected government)

Bangladesh                          Bilateral (to affected government)




Bangladesh Red Crescent Society     IFRC

Bangladesh Rural Advancement        Pakistan RC
Committee



Bank of America Corporation         SC

BASF                                Various Recipients
Bayer                               Various Recipients
Bayer                               Caritas Germany (DCV)
Belgian Red Cross                   IFRC
Belgian Red Cross                   IFRC
Belgium                             CARITAS
Belgium                             Belgium RC
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation   Various Recipients



BMO Financial Group                 Canada RC
Boeing Company                      American RC
BP Foundation                       IFRC



British Red Cross                   IFRC
British Red Cross                   IFRC
Canada                              ACF - Canada

Canada                              OXFAM Canada



Canada                              CARE Canada



Canada                              Canada RC

Canada                              OXFAM Canada
Canada                              Bilateral (to affected government)
Canada                       Canada RC




Canada                       CANADEM
Canada                       ICRC



Canada                       Bilateral (to affected government)



Canada                       Canada RC

Canada                       CECI

Canada                       Global Medic
Canada                       Global Medic



Canada                       Bilateral (to affected government)




Canada                       Development and Peace

Canada                       IFRC



Canada                       Canada RC

Canada                       WVI (Canada)

Canadian Red Cross Society   IFRC
Caterpillar, Inc.            CHF International
Chevron Corporation          SC
China                        Bilateral (to affected government)

China                        Bilateral (to affected government)



China                        Bilateral (to affected government)
China                        Bilateral (to affected government)

China                        Bilateral (to affected government)



Citi                         NGOs
Coca-Cola Company            Various Recipients

Cummins Foundation           SC
Cyprus                       Bilateral (to affected government)



Cyprus                       Bilateral (to affected government)
Czech Republic               PIN
Daewoo                       Various Recipients
Danish Red Cross             IFRC
Denmark             Various Recipients




Denmark             SC - Denmark

Denmark             Danchurchaid

Denmark             Danchurchaid
Denmark             DMC

Denmark             Denmark RC



Denmark             Denmark RC
Denmark             Various Recipients



Denmark             ICRC
Denmark             Various Recipients



Denmark             IFRC




Denmark             Danchurchaid

Denmark             Pakistan RC
Denmark             Danchurchaid



Denmark             Danchurchaid

Denmark             DRC
Denmark             UNDAC
Denmark             Denmark RC

DHL International   Various Recipients




Doha Bank           Qatar RC
Doha Bank           Eid Charity
DuPont              Various Recipients

DynCorp             American RC



Egypt               Bilateral (to affected government)




Egypt               Bilateral (to affected government)



EMC Corporation     IFRC DREF
Emergency Response Fund   SPO
(OCHA)
Emergency Response Fund   Response Int'l
(OCHA)
Emergency Response Fund   CW
(OCHA)
Emergency Response Fund   ICMC
(OCHA)

Emergency Response Fund   HI
(OCHA)
Emergency Response Fund   SSD
(OCHA)
Equate Petrochemical      Kuwait RC
Estonia                   WFP

European Commission       IFRC
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       ACF - Spain
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       Solidarités
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       DWHH
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       NRC
Humanitarian Aid Office




European Commission       IRC
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       ACTED
Humanitarian Aid Office
European Commission       SC
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       RI
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       HOPE'87
Humanitarian Aid Office
European Commission       CARE-UK
Humanitarian Aid Office




European Commission       OXFAM GB
Humanitarian Aid Office
European Commission       Germany RC
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       Solidarités
Humanitarian Aid Office




European Commission       MERLIN
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       ICRC
Humanitarian Aid Office

European Commission       Danchurchaid
Humanitarian Aid Office



European Commission       ACF - Spain
Humanitarian Aid Office
European Commission       CARE-UK
Humanitarian Aid Office



ExxonMobil                American RC
Fiji Red Cross Society    IFRC
Finland                   Finnchurchaid

Finland                   IFRC
Finland                   Finnchurchaid
Finland                   IFRC
Finnish Red Cross         IFRC
Finnish Red Cross         IFRC
France                    Bilateral (to affected government)




France                    Secours Islamique
France                    PU



France                    Various Recipients




France                    NGOs




France                    SPF
France             NGOs

France             France RC
France             MDM France



France             HI
French Red Cross   IFRC
GE Foundation      American RC
GE Foundation      IRC
Georgia            Bilateral (to affected government)
German Red Cross   IFRC
German Red Cross   IFRC
Germany            Malteser International



Germany            ICRC



Germany            Bundesanstalt Technisches Hilfswerk

Germany            Care Germany

Germany            ICRC




Germany            Humedica




Germany            HELP



Germany            Nehemia Christenhilfsdienst e.V.




Germany            CARITAS



Germany            AHD



Germany            HELP




Germany            HELP




Germany            HELP



Germany            Diakonie Emergency Aid
Germany   HELP



Germany   Caritas Germany (DCV)



Germany   UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross

Germany   ADRA Germany




Germany   HELP



Germany   ARO




Germany   IRC

Germany   Diakonie Emergency Aid
Germany   Kindernothilfe e.V.



Germany   DWHH



Germany   Germany RC




Germany   GIZ

Germany   Kindernothilfe e.V.



Germany   ICRC



Germany   SDIK

Germany   OXFAM International




Germany   Germany RC



Germany   HI




Germany   AN

Germany   HELP



Germany   AHD
Germany                            DWHH



Germany                            DWHH

Germany                            Kindernothilfe e.V.




Germany                            AN




Germany                            LandsAid e.V.

Germany                            Care Germany



GlaxoSmithKline                    IFRC
GlaxoSmithKline                    IMC
GlaxoSmithKline                    Various Recipients
Google                             NGOs
Greece                             Bilateral (to affected government)
Guyana                             UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross

Honda                              Various Recipients
Hong Kong Special Administrative WVI
Region of the People's Republic of
China
Hungary                            Bilateral (to affected government)
Iceland                            NGOs
Icelandic Red Cross                IFRC
ICI Pakistan                       Various Recipients



IFRC Disaster Relief Emergency     IFRC
Fund
Indonesia                          Bilateral (to affected government)



Indonesia                          Bilateral (to affected government)



Infineon Technologies              NGOs
International Development and      Various Recipients
Relief Foundation
Iran                               Bilateral (to affected government)
Iran                               Iran RC




Iran                               Bilateral (to affected government)
Iran                               Bilateral (to affected government)
Iran                               Bilateral (to affected government)
Ireland                    GOAL




Ireland                    Plan Ireland
Ireland                    GOAL




Ireland                    Plan Ireland



Ireland                    IOM
Ireland                    BBC World Service Trust



Ireland                    GOAL
Ireland                    NGOs
Irish Red Cross Society    IFRC
Islamic Development Bank   Various Recipients

Italy                      Bilateral (to affected government)




Italy                      Bilateral (to affected government)

Italy                      Bilateral (to affected government)




Italy                      IFRC




Italy                      ICRC



Italy                      Bilateral (to affected government)




ITT Corporation            Mercy Corps
Japan                      Bilateral (to affected government)




Japan                      UNHCR
Japan                           Bilateral (to affected government)




Japan                           IFRC
Japan                           Al-Khidmat Foundation




Japan                           Bilateral (to affected government)



Japan                           IFRC

Japan                           NGOs



Japan                           ICRC

Japan                           UNV
Japan                           Bilateral (to affected government)




Japan                           Bilateral (to affected government)




Japanese Red Cross Society      IFRC
JCB                             Bilateral (to affected government)

Jordan                          Bilateral (to affected government)




Kazakhstan                      Bilateral (to affected government)

Kenya                           Bilateral (to affected government)



Korea, Republic of              Bilateral (to affected government)
Korea, Republic of              Bilateral (to affected government)

Korea, Republic of              Bilateral (to affected government)
Kraft Foods Foundation          IFRC
Kraft Foods Foundation          IFRC
Kuwait                          Bilateral (to affected government)




Kuwait Joint Relief Committee   Various Recipients
Lithuania                       Bilateral (to affected government)
Luxembourg                      CARITAS
Luxembourg                           CARE International

Luxembourg                           CARE International

Luxembourg                           ICRC
Luxembourg                           ICRC
Luxembourg                           Solidarités
Luxembourg                           Luxembourg RC
Luxembourg                           Friendship
Luxembourg                           CARITAS

Luxembourg                           CARE International

Luxembourg                           World Bank

Luxembourg Red Cross                 IFRC
Malaysia                             Bilateral (to affected government)
Mauritius                            Bilateral (to affected government)
Mobilink Foundation                  Mobilink Foundation

Morocco                              Bilateral (to affected government)
Morocco                              Bilateral (to affected government)
Nepal                                Bilateral (to affected government)
Nepal Red Cross Society              IFRC
Netherlands                          Netherlands RC

Netherlands                          SHO (NL)

Netherlands Red Cross                IFRC
NetSol Technologies, Inc             NCHD
New Zealand                          IFRC
New Zealand Red Cross                IFRC
New Zealand Red Cross                IFRC
North Atlantic Treaty Organization   Bilateral (to affected government)




Northwestern Mutual Corp.            American RC



Norway                               NCA
Norway                               NRC



Norway                               UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross

Norway                               UNIFEM

Norway                               NCA




Norway                               IFRC
Norway                        Norway RC



Norway                        NRC

Norway                        NCA



Norway                        RIRF

Norway                        OCHA

Norway                        Bilateral (to affected government)



Norway                        IFRC

Norwegian Red Cross           IFRC
Norwegian Red Cross           IFRC
Novo Nordisk                  Various Recipients
Oman                          Bilateral (to affected government)



OPEC Fund for International   IFRC
Development
Pakistan Telecommunication    Various Recipients
Company LTD.
Poland                        ICRC



Private (individuals &        Trocaire
organisations)
Private (individuals &        NGOs
organisations)
Private (individuals &        Swiss Solidarity
organisations)

Private (individuals &        IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &        IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &        IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &        ADRA
organisations)
Private (individuals &        Americares
organisations)
Private (individuals &        Mercy Corps
organisations)
Private (individuals &        IRD
organisations)
Private (individuals &        IRD
organisations)
Private (individuals &        Lions Clubs International Foundation
organisations)
Private (individuals &        IRW
organisations)
Private (individuals &   Various Recipients
organisations)




Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   HELP
organisations)



Private (individuals &   HELP
organisations)



Private (individuals &   CW
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross
organisations)



Private (individuals &   Iran RC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   Americares
organisations)
Private (individuals &   American RC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   HELP
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   ActionAid
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   WVI
organisations)
Private (individuals &   Operation USA
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IRW
organisations)
Private (individuals &   Various Recipients
organisations)
Private (individuals &   IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &   NGOs
organisations)
Private (individuals &   Various Recipients
organisations)

Private (individuals &   Various Recipients
organisations)
Private (individuals &   DRI
organisations)
Private (individuals &           Life for Relief and Development
organisations)
Private (individuals &           HELP
organisations)

Private (individuals &           APF
organisations)



Private (individuals &           IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &           Various Recipients
organisations)
Private (individuals &           UN Agencies, NGOs and/or Red Cross
organisations)
Private (individuals &           Various Recipients
organisations)



Private (individuals &           SHO (NL)
organisations)

Private (individuals &           IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &           DEC (UK)
organisations)

Private (individuals &           APF
organisations)

Private (individuals &           IFRC
organisations)
Private (individuals &           IFRC
organisations)
Procter & Gamble Inc.            NGOs




Qatar                            Bilateral (to affected government)
RAK Ceramics                     Various Recipients




Red Crescent Society of the      IFRC
Islamic Republic of Iran
Red Crescent Society of the      IFRC
Islamic Republic of Iran
Red Cross of Monaco              IFRC
Red Cross Society of China       IFRC
Red Cross Society of China       IFRC




Red Cross Society of China       IFRC
Republic of Korea National Red   IFRC
Cross
Rogers Communications            Canada RC
Russian Federation            Bilateral (to affected government)




Russian Federation            ICDO
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of)     UNHCR
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of)     Bilateral (to affected government)




Sheraton Hotel                Various Recipients
Siemens AG                    Various Recipients
Singapore                     MR



Singapore                     NGOs



Singapore Red Cross Society   IFRC
Singapore Red Cross Society   IFRC
Slovakia                      Bilateral (to affected government)



Slovakia                      Bilateral (to affected government)
Spain                         Bilateral (to affected government)

Spanish Red Cross             IFRC
Spanish Red Cross             IFRC
Sri Lanka                     Bilateral (to affected government)



Sri Lanka                     Bilateral (to affected government)
Sri Lanka                     Bilateral (to affected government)

Staples Inc.                  Americares
Sudan                         Bilateral (to affected government)

Sud-Chemie AG                 Various Recipients



Sweden                        MSB



Sweden                        MSB
Sweden                        Sweden RC




Sweden                        MSB




Sweden                        MSB



Sweden                        MSB
Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB

Sweden   MSB



Sweden   Sweden RC
Sweden   MSB

Sweden   MSB



Sweden   MSB

Sweden   MSB

Sweden   IRW

Sweden   MSB



Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB

Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB




Sweden   IFRC
Sweden   Church of Sweden




Sweden   MSB




Sweden   MSB

Sweden   MSB
Sweden                          MSB
Sweden                          MSB




Swedish Red Cross               IFRC
Swedish Red Cross               IFRC
Swiss Red Cross                 IFRC
Swiss Red Cross                 IFRC
Switzerland                     SDC/SHA
Switzerland                     ICRC
Switzerland                     Bilateral (to affected government)




Switzerland                     Switzerland RC

Switzerland                     Bilateral (to affected government)




Switzerland                     SDC/SHA



Switzerland                     SDC/SHA

Syrian Arab Republic            Syrian RC

Taiwan Red Cross Society        IFRC
Telenor Pakistan                Pakistan RC
Tethyan Copper Company          Various Recipients
Thailand                        Bilateral (to affected government)

The Church of Jesus Christ of   Latter-Day Saint Charities
Latter-Day Saints
Toshiba Group                   NGOs

Turkey                          Bilateral (to affected government)
Turkey                          Pakistan RC




Unilever                        UN Agencies and NGOs (details not yet provided)
United Arab Emirates   Bilateral (to affected government)




United Arab Emirates   Pakistan Association in Dubai



United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   Bilateral (to affected government)




United Arab Emirates   Pakistan RC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC



United Arab Emirates   PMC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   PMC




United Arab Emirates   Bilateral (to affected government)




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC

United Arab Emirates   IFRC

United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC
United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC



United Arab Emirates   PMC



United Arab Emirates   Bilateral (to affected government)

United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC



United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Arab Emirates   Bilateral (to affected government)




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC



United Arab Emirates   PMC




United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates RC




United Kingdom         HI




United Kingdom         HANDS




United Kingdom         CBHA




United Kingdom         RSPN
United Kingdom   IHP




United Kingdom   IMC




United Kingdom   Various Recipients

United Kingdom   ICRC

United Kingdom   Plan




United Kingdom   IRC




United Kingdom   SC



United Kingdom   CARE International




United Kingdom   CBHA




United Kingdom   NGOs

United Kingdom   CBHA



United Kingdom   UN Agencies



United Kingdom   Various Recipients




United Kingdom   IRW




United Kingdom   IFRC
United Kingdom             IOM




United Kingdom             UN Agencies and NGOs (details not yet provided)




United Kingdom             ACTED



United Kingdom             InfoAsAid




United Kingdom             ICRC

United Kingdom             CBHA




United Kingdom             IFRC




United Kingdom             Bilateral (to affected government)

United Kingdom             Mercy Corps




United Kingdom             CW



United Kingdom             IFRC




United States of America   IOM

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   IOM

United States of America   IOM
United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)

United States of America   IOM
United States of America   IOM

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)



United States of America   IOM
United States of America   AKF
United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   WFP
United States of America   No channel specified

United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)



United States of America   WFP
United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   IOM

United States of America   IOM
United States of America   IOM

United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)

United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   IOM
United States of America   IOM

United States of America   IOM
United States of America   Various Recipients




United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   IOM
United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   IOM



United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   IOM
United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)




United States of America   IOM
United States of America   Various Recipients
United States of America   USAID
United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   IFRC




United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)



United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   Various Recipients




United States of America   IOM
United States of America   ICRC




United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   IOM
United States of America   Bilateral (to affected government)

United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   NGOs




United States of America   USAID
United States of America   NGOs



United States of America   NGOs

United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   IOM

United States of America   NGOs
United States of America   ICRC
UPS Foundation             American RC

Uzbekistan                 Bilateral (to affected government)
Visa                       IFRC
World Bank                 Bilateral (to affected government)



Yemen                      Bilateral (to affected government)
* Funding = Contributions + Commitments
Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.
Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.
Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables may indicate the balance of original pl
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projects not listed in the Appeal


pealing organizations.


               Description                                                        Funding**               Uncommitted
                                                                                    USD                   Pledges USD
               Sachets and product donations through NGOs including the                        335,000                  0
               Swat Relief Initiative, Americares and the International
               Medical Corps
               to help the victims of unprecedented floods in Pakistan                        1,000,000                 0

               Flood relief (logistics)                                                               0             6,000
               Humanitarian assistance                                                        1,000,000                 0
               in kind - urgent shipment of water purification tablets                                0                 0
               in kind - 2nd shipment of water purification tablets (25 new                           0                 0
               boxes)
               Humanitarian assistance (channeled through the                                 3,000,000                 0
               government)
               Emergency assistance                                                             25,000                  0
               To help humanitarian agencies assist with recovery and                          316,170                  0
               rebuilding following the disaster
               new assistance to Australia's non-government organisations                     8,064,516                 0
               to further assist emergency relief and early recovery efforts.



               additional contribution - Australian NGOs for food, shelter                    2,258,356                 0
               and other emergency relief to help at least 250,000 people

               To help humanitarian agencies assist with recovery and                          451,671                  0
               rebuilding following the disaster
               Financial assistance and technical support to complement                        225,836                  0
               the Response Plan (World Bank/Asian Development
               BankDamage and Needs Assessment for Pakistan)

               To help humanitarian agencies assist with recovery and                          135,501                  0
               rebuilding following the disaster (Action Aid Australia)

               in kind - relief supplies (3160 Tarps, 63 Tents, 12,320                         903,342                  0
               OXFAM Buckets, 12 Generators)
               emergency assistance for flood afftected population                           903,342                    0
               An additional AUD20 million to help the Pakistan people                    17,921,147                    0
               rebuild their lives by assisting farmers to replant their crops,
               ensuring children return to school and rebuilding damaged
               health facilities

               in kind - supported deployment of two RedR Australia logistic                         0                  0
               officers to the World Food Programme to assist with surge
               capacity.
               additional contribution - to deliver emergency shelter and                     2,258,356                 0
               supplies and help evacuate families at risk
               Provide immediate humanitarian assistance                                       903,342                  0
               Inkind goods and transport                                                      459,644                  0
in- kind - plastic sheet (10,000), food/non items package          358,323    0
(1,000)
in kind - water treatment tablet (960,000), Inter Agency           217,562    0
Emergency Health Kit (1), tent (150), non food items (8,990)

Shelter and non-earmarked grant - cash and in kind (10,000        7,175,623   0
tents; 12,000 clothing); 950 tents, 4,000 floor mats, 40 water
tanks 2,000 water cans and 2,000 hygiene kits [purchased
locally and will be distributed directly through NGO channels
(CARITAS Austria and NCIDE / National Commission for
Inter-Religious Dialogue & Ecumenism) to beneficiaries]


tetsteset by james                                                   25,413   0
Disaster management                                                  31,399   0
Inkind goods and transport                                        1,461,679   0
in kind - Urgent humanitarian relief aid (45 tons of food items   2,659,574   0
and medical supplies)
Sent Fis and NFIs. Beside, Bangaldesh is ready to send a          2,000,000   0
medical team comprising 30 doctors and female nurses.



Disaster management                                                  1,015    0

in kind - provide flood relief in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (food               0    0
packets which contain rice, lentils, flour, and water
purification tablets, Oral Rehydration Solution sachets)

To support food, shelter and hygiene kit distribution and           75,000    0
mobile health teams
Flood relief (channeled through Pakistan government)                23,000    0
Immediate relief in the form of medicines                          101,558    0
Humanitarian assistance                                             63,479    0
Inkind goods and transport                                         482,000    0
Disaster management                                                  3,510    0
Agricultural rehabilitation in Sindh Province                      682,219    0
Medical assistance in Sindh Province                               711,412    0
Multisector assistance to flood vicitims in Khyber                 600,000    0
Pakhtunkhwa (channeled through the Pakistan government)

Contribution towards flood relief efforts in Pakistan               100,000   0
Humanitarian assistance                                              50,000   0
Provision of emergency relief supplies, specifically potable      1,000,000   0
water, medical assistance, food, tents and shelter material

Inkind goods and transport                                          882,881   0
provide immediate relief to survivors                                78,247   0
Humanitarian assistance - Health and medical (M-013534)           1,019,368   0

Improve access to safe water supplies, sanitation facilities      1,065,891   0
and hygiene promotion to up to 1 million people (M-013339)

Shelter and NFIs and agriculture assistance to affected            650,000    0
population in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (M-013393)

Shelter and agriculture assistance to affected population in      2,200,000   0
Punjab and Sindh provinces (M-013389)
Watsan assistance to affected population (M-013392)               2,200,000   0
in kind - to deploy CIDA's emergency relief supplies to             968,992   0
support ongoing emergency relief operations on the ground
by the IFRC (1,000 all-weather tents, 7,060 jerrycans,1,000
tarps, 3,840 mosquito nets)
to deploy and staff a joint Canadian-Norwegian Red Cross             823,643            0
Basic Health Care unit in Sindh province, to provide mobile
and flexible health care on the ground and is expected to
reach up to 30,000 people (M-013341)

Deployment of experts (M-013348)                                     560,304            0
to support ICRC in distributing essential household items,           968,992            0
including hygiene items and shelter material, to up to
350,000 people (M-013329)
allocated for bridges identified by the Government of               4,844,961           0
Pakistan as a critical component of its response to the floods

Shelter and non-food items to flood-affected population (M-         1,899,335           0
013351)
Agriculture assistance to affected population in Punjab and         1,400,000           0
Sindh provinces (M-013390)
Urgent relief - Non-food items (M-013349)                            389,364            0
To provide 10 million urgently needed water purification             121,124            0
tablets to ensure the availability of 100 million litres of clean
drinking water (M-013340)
restore linkages to communities cut off by the flooding and                0     2,906,977
enable local authorities to provide security to those affected
by this disaster (unallocated from CAD 8 mn)

Agricultural assistance in Sindh and Baluchistan provinces          1,949,318           0
(M-013359)
to provide up to 910,000 people with humanitarian medical           2,906,977           0
assistance, including health services and safe water(M-
013323)
Shelter and non-food items for flood victims (M-013336)              949,668            0

Watsan assistance to affected population in Khyber                  1,500,000           0
Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab provinces (M-013391)
Inkind goods and transport                                          1,933,176           0
Recovery efforts                                                      100,000           0
Emergency humanitarian assistance                                      50,000           0
in-kind - additional humanitarian assistance which mainly           8,875,740           0
includes tents and food
in kind - 80 tons, including tents, electricity generators,         1,479,290           0
medicine and water purification equipments, shipped on
August 4
in-kind - flood relief assistance                                          0    29,498,525
in kind - two rescue and relief teams have been sent in                    0             0
tandem to Pakistan
in-kind - second batch of humanitarian aid, including food,         7,396,450           0
tents, blankets, medicine, water, water purifying plants and
compact-rations
Immediate relief through food and NFis                                150,000           0
Flood relief efforts (channeled through Pakistan government)        1,000,000           0

Support long-term recovery in Pakistan                                50,000            0
in kind - pharmaceuticals. • Volunteer Doctors, a team                     0            0
comprising medical specialists and health workers.

Emergency relief assistance                                          131,062            0
Emergency aid (112564/2010-ORS)                                      209,699            0
Dispatched three trucks carrying relief goods                        216,684            0
Inkind goods and transport                                           102,808            0
Through Danish Emergency Management Agency:                           3,753,861        0
Deployment of three field clinics, DAC-sector 120;
deployment of a light base camp module for UN coordination
efforts, DAC-sector 72050 (46.Pakistan.5.b.akut10.)

Protection and education of children, DAC-sector                       853,150         0
110(46.Pakistan.5.b.akut10.)
Early reconstruction efforts, DAC-sectors 120, 160 311                 853,150         0
,72010(46.Pakistan.5.b.akut10.)
Immediate relief for victims of floods (46.Pakistan.5.b.)              527,758         0
Immediate relief for victims of floods (46.Pakistan.5.b.)               43,980         0
[Danish Mission Council]
Emergency relief, water improvement, sanitation and health,           3,412,601        0
DAC-sectors 120, 14030, 720 (46.Pakistan.5.b.akut10.)

Immediate relief for victims of floods (46.Pakistan.5.b.)              527,758         0
Through Danish Emergency Management Agency: Water                      879,594         0
purification equipment, coordination support and IT (46.H.7-
19)
Humanitarian aid (46.pakistan.5.b.)                                   2,638,358        0
Integration of disaster risk reduction (DRR) into education in          773,843        0
schools in flood-affected communities in Rajanpur district of
Punjab (46.H.7-4-142.b)
To provide emergency relief to the population of Khyber                 52,776         0
Paktunhkhwa and FATA affected by the flooding in July 2010
by distributing food rations (DAC: 72040;
46.Pakistan.5.b.ISB)

Immediate relief for victims of floods (46.Pakistan.5.b.)              131,940         0
[Danchurchaid]
Immediate relief for victims of floods (46.Pakistan.5.b.)               52,776         0
basic emergency assistance                                              61,571         0



Emergency relief - Logistics/operations support                        175,919         0
(46.Pakistan.5.b)
Humanitarian aid (46.pakistan.5.b.)                                    175,923         0
UNDAC team (46.H.7-19)                                                 123,145         0
Emergency assistance - food, watsan, health                            263,879         0
(46.Pakistan.5.b.akut10.)
Over a 5 week period, 25 DHL employee volunteers manned                 75,000         0
the Disaster Response Team at Chaklala Air Base in
Islamabad. In close cooperation with OCHA, the Logistics
Cluster and NDMA, they handled 4500T of relief goods from
bilateral donors and unsolicited donations arriving via PIA.


For Pakistan’s relief and recovery efforts.                             27,473         0
For Pakistan’s relief and recovery efforts.                             27,473         0
Humanitarian assistance (channeled through Pakistan                     90,000         0
government)
Donation will fund relief supplies, mobilize relief workers and         10,000         0
provide additional financial resources to the overall relief
effort
in kind - one military plane (C-130) will participate in the relief          0         0
efforts through aerial distribution of humanitarian assistance
to Quetta, Multon, Skardu and Sukkur

in kind - 20 tons of food aid, 5 tons of medication, 3,000            2,000,000        0
blankets and 200 tents (from 07-08-10 to 28-08-10)

Emergency humanitarian assistance                                            0    100,000
Relief Operation for Flood Affected Population - Emergency         249,997    0
Shelter & NFIs (ERF funded project)
Early recovery WASH interventions for flood affectees in           248,044    0
Dist. Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Emergency WASH Assistance to Flood Affected Families in            234,055    0
Charsadda (ERF funded project)
Emergency provision of primary health care services to the         213,285    0
rain/flood affected communities in Charsadda District (ERF
funded project)
Emergency assistance to the flood affected population of           249,710    0
KPK (ERF funded project)
Provision of safe drinking water to flood-hit people (ERF          244,080    0
funded project)
Supporting the victims of recent floods.                           100,000    0
Estonian Disaster Relief Team IHP Base Camp Mission to              36,544    0
Pakistan (Sukkur)
Humanitarian assistance for the people affected by the floods    13,089,005   0
in Pakistan (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02017)

Emergency food security and livelihood support to flood           3,189,327   0
affected populations in Pakistan
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02012)

Emergency water supply and sanitation services for flood          2,287,166   0
affected population in Sindh
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02013)

humanitarian aid decision to assist the most vulnerable                  0    0
people affected by the flood (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01000 -
global plan re-allocated to the floods - Euro 40 mn - fully
allocated)
Improvement of the Humanitarian Situation of People               9,650,838   0
affected by the Floods in Pakistan
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02016)

Improving the living conditions of the conflict/flood affected    4,182,602   0
population within the KPK (former NWFP) and the FATA,
Pakistan (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01010)



Improved access to assistance and protection for conflict-        5,357,751   0
affectd communities including those affected by floods
(ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01004)
Water and Sanitation (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01002)                    2,712,444   0

Health and protection support to conflict and flood-affected      3,557,030   0
children and carers (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01003)

Strengthening food security of conflict-affected households        898,565    0
by restocking backyard poultry
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2009/02026)
HOPE for victims of flood/conflicts in Pakistan [WASH 2]           524,246    0
(ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01001)
Improved access to humanitarian assistance and protection         3,090,357   0
for flood-affected communities in targeted areas of return and
areas of displacement in Sindh province
 (part of ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02022)



Protection - Emergency flood response                             5,119,883   0
(ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01006)
Integrated relief assistance for flood affected survivors in       2,905,667   0
Pakistan (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02003)

Emergency safe drinking water supply and provision of              3,055,556   0
sanitation and hygiene services for flood affected population
in Sindh
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02015)

Support capacities of district Health System to cater for          1,456,271   0
health needs of vulnerable population in Khyber
PakhtoonKhwa (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/01001)
Emergency decision for relief operations for flood-affected               0    0
population (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02000 - orig commitment
of Euro 10 mn increased to Euro 110 mn in 01 Oct 2010 -
fully allocated)
ICRC economic security activities in Pakistan                     13,089,005   0
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02019)

Emergency health assistance to most vulnerable flood               1,601,017   0
affected families in Khyber Pakhtunkha
(ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02004)

Food aid (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2009/02029)                                 1,730,013   0

Emergency food security and livelihood support to flood            3,181,996   0
affected populations in Pakistan
 (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2010/02008)

Flood relief and recovery efforts in Pakistan                       100,000    0
Coordination                                                          1,000    0
Aid to flood victims (logistics, operations support and health      262,123    0
and medical
Humanitarian Assistance to Pakistan (Wash)                           681,199   0
Humanitarian assistance                                              262,123   0
Aid to flood victims                                               1,179,554   0
Inkind goods and transport                                           800,032   0
Disaster management                                                    4,277   0
In-kind - 1 palette de médicaments de 150 kg + 23 palettes           375,770   0
de matériel médical et de médicaments + 6000 couvertures
+ 50 m de rouleaux de 4x60 m de bâches + 8 tentes de 10-
12 places 8x5m + 3 unités de traitement d'eau

emergency humanitarian assistance                                   131,062    0
Installation et soutien au fonctionnement d’une station de           48,730    0
potabilisation d’eau dans les zones affectées par les
inondations dans la province du Sindh au Pakistan
in kind - Assistance aux populations affectées par les              508,259    0
inondations (thru NDMA, WFP, UNHABITAT, Secours
Islamique) [12 palettes de médicaments et équipements
médicaux pour un poids de 1,6t + 5 palettes contenant 106
rouleaux de bâches (4x60 m) + 8 palettes de nourriture (riz et
pâtes) pour un poids de 5,6t + 66 palettes d'aliments
énergétiques pour le compte du PAM pour un poids de 47,9t
+ 40t d'aliments, de médicaments et de vêtements.]



in kind - 70 tonnes d'assistance humanitaire (il s'agit de 35      1,071,429   0
tonnes de kits d'urgence, 250 kg de pastilles de stabilisation,
11 tonnes de Shelter Box, 5 tonnes de kits contre le choléra,
une station de stabilisation d'eau et 5 tonnes de
médicaments).
Emergency humanitarian assistance                                   131,062    0
emergency humanitarian assistance (Secours populaire,              317,662    0
MDM and Care)
emergency humanitarian assistance                                  131,062    0
To provide critical emergency healthcare and mental health          65,531    0
services including PHC, MCH, health education and
counselling to the flood affected population
in kind - 1 station de potabilisation                               69,886    0
Inkind goods and transport                                         119,382    0
Cash contribution                                                  150,000    0
Flood relief                                                       100,000    0
Humanitarian assistance                                            100,000    0
Disaster management                                                  4,771    0
Inkind goods and transport                                         188,402    0
improvement of housing and basic supply situation in District      690,278    0
of Kohistan, Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) [VN05
321.50 PAK 38/10]
Protection Activities, emergency measures: allocation of          1,965,924   0
food, household- and hygiene articles, allocation of drinking
water (VN05 321.50 PAK 14/10)
improvement of the drinking water situation in Province of         396,582    0
Punjab (VN05 321.50 PAK 25/10)
Food Aid in the Province Sindh after the floods (BMZ-No.:          655,308    0
2010.1897.7)
Relief: one-month food rations for 3 months Health: providing     1,388,889   0
drugs, supplies and equipment water and habitat in the
Province of: Balochistan, FATA, Kaschmir (PAK), Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa (KP)VN05 321.50 PAK 40/10

reduction of mortality and morbidity rate in District of           176,933    0
Charsadda & Peshawar (-City), Province of Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa (engl. KPP; eh. NWFP), Pakistan (VN05
321.50 PAK 08/10)
Food Aid for the victims of the floods in the districts            602,883    0
Nowshera, Charsadda and the near areas (BMZ-No.:
2010.1898.5)
Improvement of the situation of basic supply and basic             203,304    0
medical service in Districts of Charsadda, Nowshera and
Peshawar (Tarnab Farm), Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,
Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 28/10)

Improvement of the situation of drinking water, hygiene,           393,185    0
housing and basic supply in Province of Sindh and
Belutschistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 15/10)
sourcing and supply of hardy tents to 250 unsheltered               17,361    0
families in Thatta District; Province of Sindh (VN05 321.50
PAK 42/10)
7 mobile clinics and 1 static tent clinic (5-tent unit) deliver    624,214    0
health services, medicin, hygiene promotion, hygiene kits,
mosqito nets, water tabs and water containers to flood
affected domestic and camp accomodated IDP

8 mobilclinics deliver health services and hygiene promotion       847,266    0
to flood affected population. Additionally, 10000 hygiene kits
and NFI kits are distributed for 10000 families

Winter protection of flood affected children and women in            3,401    0
KPK. Targeted groups are in domestic areas and schools

Emergency Food Aid after the flood (BMZ-No.: 2010.1887.8)         1,003,720   0
Health and Medical in the Districts of Charsadda, Nowshera         669,632           0
and Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province(KPK),
Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 24/10)
Emergency Aid after floods, rehabilitation for concerned           641,677           0
communities in Khyber Pukhtun Khwa (BMZ-No.:
2010.1910.8)
additional humanitarian assistance - unallocated of Euro 10              0    2,410,038
mn
reduction of morbidity and mortality rate -                        680,272           0
Sanitation/Education - Muzzafargarh District , Province of
Punjab, Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 36/10)

Support of income generating activities in the flood affected     1,069,444          0
districts of Nowshera, Charsadda and Peshawar (BMZ-No.:
2010.1923.1)
Provision of emergency relief in terms of drinking water,           76,016           0
hygiene kits to prevent outbreak of infectious diseases and
basic food items to cover immediate needs (VN05 321.50
PAK 06/10)
provision and supply of relief items in Khairpur district,          38,119           0
Province of Sindh (VN05 321.50 PAK 31/10)
Humanitarian assistance (VN 05-321.50 PAK 09/10)                   324,843           0
Emergency Food Aid for children after the floods in Area           354,167           0
Peshawar and in the Swat-Tal / Nowshehra, Charsadda,
Swat, D I Khan (BMZ-No.: 2010.1924..9)
improvement of the housing situation in the Province of            786,370           0
Punjab, Sindh and Belutschistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 29/10)

reduction of mortality- and morbidity rate in Kohistan &           130,950           0
Shangla District, Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (engl.
KPP; eh. NWFP), Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 11/10)

Securing of livelihoods of returning IDPs in Malakand (BMZ-       3,918,742          0
No.: 2010.1990.0)
Emergency Relief for Flood Affected People in Charsadda in         321,938           0
Rajanpur, Punjab Province, Pakistan (BMZ-No.:
2010.1906.6)
Protection Activities, emergency measures: allocation of          2,040,816          0
food, household- and hygiene articles, allocation of drinking
water (VN05 321.50 PAK 18/10)
Reducing mortality- and morbidity rate of the flood effected       128,436           0
population (VN05 321.50 PAK 02/11)
Health and Medical and Shelter in the Districts of Rajanpur,       277,954           0
Layyah and Muzaffargarh in Punjab Province, Pakistan
(VN05 321.50 PAK 20/10)

WATSAN - Ensure the viability of the flood victims in              746,417           0
Rajanpur, Punjab Province, Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK
26/10)
Health and Medical, Water and Household items in Kohat,            317,662           0
Hangu and Swat Districts, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province,
Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 21/10)



Safeguarding drinking water and tap water supply (VN05             137,088           0
321.50 PAK 03/11)
reduction of mortality and morbidity rate to the flood affected    347,222           0
population in Nasirabad District, Province of Belochistan,
Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 35/10)
provision and supply of relief items (water filter and mosquito     31,766           0
net) in Thatta District, Provice of Sindh (VN05 321.50 PAK
30/10)
Early Livelihood Recovery of the Flood Affected People of          1,088,435            0
Districts Swat, Shangla and Kohistan (BMZ-No.:
2010.1922.3)
Emergency Food Aid after the floods in Muzaffargarh, Punjab        2,759,633            0
(BMZ-No.: 2010.1907.4)
improvement of the situation of drinking water, hygiene,            346,859             0
housing and basic supply in the Region of Khyber
Paktoonkhwa, Charsadda District (VN05 321.50 PAK 17/10)

Watsan - Reduction of mortality and morbidity rate for the          207,915             0
flood affected population in PKhyber Pakhtunkhwan
Province, Swat District, Pakistan (VN05 321.50 PAK 27/10)

Health and Medical in Sindh, Ghotki District, Pakistan (VN05        107,104             0
321.50 PAK 23/10)
Transitional Aid in Sindh Province - Cleaning of Public             635,324             0
Infrastructure, Agricultural Recovery (BMZ-No.: 2010.1912.4)

Humanitarian assistance                                              23,000             0
in kind - medicines                                                       0             0
Medicines                                                            39,000             0
Relief efforts                                                      250,000             0
immediate needs in the affected areas                               131,062             0
to relief efforts following the devastating floods in Pakistan       30,000             0

Flood relief                                                              0       118,771
For a relief project for flood victims in Pakistan                  386,349             0



relief goods and medical team                                        50,000             0
To be allocated to specific project/cluster (NGOs)                        0        67,000
Health and social services                                           29,240             0
Humanitarian assistance for the flood victims; the company          200,000             0
is also working to provide one million food packets through
the provision of essential rations
DREF allocation to IFRC emergency appeal for flooding in            239,406             0
Pakistan
in kind - 4 field tents, 4 field beds, 2 generators, 2,000         1,000,000            0
clothes, 4,000 blankets, 4 tons instant food, 3 tons
medicines, 5 tons infant foods
in kind - Medicines, Medical Equipments, 41 medical and            2,000,000            0
military personnel to be dispatched on 1 and 15 September
2010
Pakistan flood victims                                              126,806             0
Flood victims of Pakistan (channeled through the                    500,000             0
government)
in kind - 50,000 tents sent to flood-ravaged Pakistan                      0            0
in kind - 179,556 kgs of the most needed items for the flood       1,200,000            0
victims (3,300 Tents, 450 Carpets, 750 Blankets, 49,500
Canned Food, 250 Kitchen Sets, 800 Washing Powder , 200
Water Coleman, 401 kg Bread, Medicine and Medical
Equipments)


in kind - 150 tons of aid                                           330,000              0
Immediate assistance for flood response.                                  0    100,000,000
in kind - 500 Iranian relief workers, physicians and nurses will          0              0
also be dispatched to Pakistan for a period of 40 days to help
the nation in its worst natural calamity
Water and sanitation - Provision of life saving assistance to      698,856            0
flood affected populations in Larkana, Shikarpur and
Shahdadkot Districts Sindh Province (GOA 10 05)

Emergency humanitarian assistance                                  196,592            0
Emergency nutrition response (CMAM) programme for flood            200,000            0
affected communities in Sindh province in order to support
the provision of essential services for the screening and
treatment of acute malnutrition in health facilities

To address immediate critical needs of flood affected              196,592            0
populations in Rajanpur and Thatta districts in Punjab and
Sindh province [watsan, NFIs] (PLAN 10 05)
in kind - tents                                                     86,580            0
To save lives and alleviate suffering through the                   63,532            0
disseminaiton of vital information through public broadcast
(BBC 10 01)
Emergency humanitarian assistance                                  193,185             0
in kind - tents (GOAL, CONCERN, TROCAIRE)                          598,122             0
Disaster management                                                112,409             0
Humanitarian package for Pakistan (channeled through the                 0    11,000,000
government)
cash and in kind - 7 generators, 4 water purification, 15          432,503            0
water containers, 4,000 water containers of 10 liters , 200
latrins, 34 plastic rolls, 6 medical kit IDDK, 10 medical kit
IEHK. (cash - Euro 131,641; in kind - Euro198,359)

Administrative support to the emergency initiatives (AID            14,286            0
8390/02/3)
in kind - 172 metric tons: blankets (1050), jerry can (300),       575,360            0
water tank (8), tents (105), camping beds (300), plastic rolls
(100), squatting plate (200), Interagency Emergency kit basic
(70), Interagency Emergency kit supplementary (7).
Interagency Emergency kit PEP (5), Interagency Emergency
kit Oxytocin module (7), Emergency kit trauma profile (2),
IDDK (2).


Provide support in delivering assistance and relief in the         524,246            0
sectors of food, non-food, water and sanitation, shelter and
emergency health services to 25,000 affected households.

ICRC Budget Extension Appeal - Balochistan province,               635,324            0
FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas), Khyber
Patunkhwa (KP)
To assist affected population in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region,       4,081,633           0
districts of Nowshera and Charsadda
(Sanitation,Water,Agriculture and Administrative/Personnel)
[AID 9553/01/4]
Five portable water treatment systems                               62,000            0
Dispatch of the second Japan Disaster Relief Team                        0            0
(medical team )to Pakistan (left September 9)



For transitional shelters                                        37,209,600           0
in kind - dispatch of Japan Disaster Relief medical team                 0    0
[consists of 23 members (doctors and nurses)]




Distribution of non-food-item                                      200,000    0
Support the more than 150,000 people who have lost their           407,318    0
property, livestock, crop and shelter in the flood disaster in
Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (dry rations 700 tents and
critical medical supplies)
in kind - emergency assistance                                     200,000    0



Health and Sanitation Support to the Monsoon Flood-               1,500,000   0
Affected Population in Pakistan
Emergency relief through Japanese NGOs                            6,000,000   0



Food and Medical Support to the Monsoon Flood-Affected            8,000,000   0
Population in Pakistan
UNV support to UNDP's flood response in Pakistan                   400,000    0
in kind - emergency supplies (tents, water tanks, water            240,000    0
cleansing equipment and water pumps)



Dispatch of a Japan Disaster Relief Team to Pakistan                     0    0
(helicopters)



Inkind goods and transport                                         409,328    0
Two high-specification 4CX backhoe loaders with                    250,000    0
attachments
in kind - 3.5 tones of medicine, 21,000 vaccines against                 0    0
typhoid, cholera, meningitis and polio, and 25 medical staff
from the Royal Medical Service; second airplane to Pakistan
in order to deliver tons of food items, medical equipments,
and medicines (30th August)



In-kind: 30 tons of rice; 26,415 potted meat, 20 winter tents       76,141    0

in kind - 100 tonnes worth of foodstuffs to Pakistan flood               0    0
victims (tea, rice, powder milk and canned beef )

in kind - additional emergency humanitarian aid                    500,000    0
in kind - relief supplies, including food, medicines, tents and    500,000    0
daily necessities
in kind - medicine                                                  102,000   0
Medicines                                                            50,000   0
Food                                                                 50,000   0
To help the most urgent humanitarian needs of the Pakistani       9,000,000   0
people ( 1,000 truckloads of relief supplies to be distributed
among the flood victims (two-month-long relief program of
foodstuffs such as rice, flour, cooking oil and milk, beans and
lentils)
Humanitarian assistance                                            350,000    0
in kind - tents and heaters                                         18,979    0
Urgent relief                                                      127,065    0
sanitation and agricultural livelihood support for returnees in       69,444    0
Sindh Province
Distribution of seed and fertiliser, WASH and distribution of        172,096    0
non food items
Emergency aid to flood affected population                           327,654    0
Emergency assistance to flood victims                                459,184    0
Urgent relief                                                         31,766    0
Deployment of the Benelux ERU Relief                                  39,318    0
Urgent relief                                                        209,313    0
Humanitarian aid and Post-Disaster Needs Assessment                   52,425    0

Humanitarian aid and Post-Disaster Needs Assessment                   98,296    0

Humanitarian aid and Post-Disaster Needs Assessment -                 65,531    0
Evaluation - GFDRR (PDNA)
Inkind goods and transport                                             56,530   0
emergency relief                                                    1,000,000   0
emergency relief                                                      300,000   0
Emergency relief - food, clean drinking water, hygiene kits,        2,776,470   0
NFIs, health units and pre-fabricated shelter
in kind - relief goods                                              1,000,000   0
emergency relief                                                    1,000,000   0
emergency relief                                                      130,000   0
Coordination                                                            1,949   0
Immediate emergency assistance for victims of floods                1,310,616   0
(17880 (DMV0107780))
Emergency aid for victims of floods (22012 (DMH0112880))            2,621,232   0

Disaster management                                                   29,014    0
Flood relief activities                                               20,000    0
Health and social services                                           357,456    0
Inkind goods and transport                                            75,926    0
IFRC Emergency Appeal (MDRPK006)                                      71,085    0
in kind - carry-out an operation to facilitate strategic air-lift          0    0
and sea-lift to Pakistan



Support for millions of Pakistanis who lack sufficient food,         100,000    0
water and shelter as a result of recent devastating floods

PAK-10/0033/Water and Sanitation                                    1,116,071   0
PAK-10/0032/2010 Flood. Emergency Humanitarian                      3,409,367   0
Assistances for IDPs in KPK

additional emergency relief (NOK 285 mn - fully allocated)                 0    0

PAK-10/0051/Support to NDMA through UNIFEM                           564,516    0

PAK-10/0033/2010 Flood. NCA Emergency Humanitarian                  1,116,071   0
Operations




PAK-10/0035/ IFRC Mobile Basic Health Care ERU                       478,316    0
PAK-10/0027 - Pakistan Red Crecent/IFRC Flooding in                8,019,109   0
Pakistan relief assistance

PAK-10/0012 - NRC IDP support on reintegration and                 1,561,037   0
livelihoods
PAK-10/0033/2010 Flood. NCA Emergency Humanitarian                 1,706,193   0
Operations

PAK-10/0030 - Shelter, water, food, protection, education           494,478    0

OCHA/UNHRD - NOREPS-goods (tents and water                          659,304    0
equipment)
Preparedness/respons capacity (National Disaster                    164,826    0
Management Authority)

PAK-10/0035/2010 Flood - IFRC Mobile Basic Health Care              483,871    0
ERU
Disaster management                                                    5,150   0
Inkind goods and transport                                           128,733   0
Flood relief                                                          15,178   0
in kind - 2,336 tonnes (food, drinking water, dates, tents,        5,000,000   0
relief supplies and tools) for more than 20,000 families, which
is equivalent to 150,000 people
to help finance the humanitarian relief and emergency               500,000    0
operations of the PRCS
Flood relief activities                                             467,016    0

Humanitarian assistance to conflict-affected population who         196,592    0
are also suffering the consequences of floods and severe
monsoon rains (5/2010)
Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                  917,431    0

Funds raised by Singapore NGOs for the flood victims               1,129,985   0

Private donations collected by Swiss                              36,062,378   0
Solidarity/Chaine du Bonheur foundation. To be
channeled through Swiss Red Cross and NGOs.
Disaster management and Coordination                                  2,242    0

Coordination                                                            196    0

Coordination                                                          1,283    0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                   34,720    0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                   90,000    0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief (of which $534,000 came          769,000    0
from individual donors)
Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                   69,670    0

In-kind donations to Pakistan flood relief                         2,200,000   0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                   89,700    0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                 2,000,000   0
Funds raised through the campaign of the Custodian of the      26,666,667           0
Two Holy Mosques of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the
relief of people in Pakistan (consisted of 2,400 trucks with
emergency supplies such as 4,875 tons of wheat, 30,000
tents, construction of 8,000 housing units and 28 schools
and 8 heatlh centers)


Coordination                                                       3,357            0

Equipment of 6000 pupils in flood affected governmental          121,896            0
schools with school uniforms,winter clothes, shoes, school
backpacks, stationary. Every school gets a little sport set
(rackets, ball)
Equipment of 6000 pupils in flood affected governmental           27,778            0
schools with school uniforms,winter clothes, shoes, school
backpacks, stationary. Every school gets a little sport set
(rackets, ball)
Donations to Pakistan flood relief                              1,310,616           0

Coordination                                                         487            0

medical material aid for emergency flood relief efforts in      5,000,000           0
Pakistan [Private contributions raised by the Direct Relief
International (DRI) to be channeled to NGOs and Red Cross

 for the flood victims of Pakistan (from Ayatollah Syed Ali      100,000            0
Sistani and Grand Ayatollah Mokarem Shirazi)
In-kind donations of medicines and medical supplies for         1,200,000           0
Pakistan flood relief
Donations to Pakistan flood relief                               600,000            0

Coordination                                                         333            0

Treatment,medicine and hygiene promotion for flood affected      273,827            0
people by 8 mobile clinic units
Disaster management                                                9,980            0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                              2,300,000           0

Disaster management and Coordination                               4,496            0

Disaster management                                                  320            0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                               483,000            0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                 4,000            0

In-kind donations to Pakistan flood relief                     23,000,000           0

in kind - 400 tons of goods (from Iranian people)                      0     2,000,000

Coordination                                                          64            0

Funds raised by charitable organisations in Qatar for the              0     5,500,000
relief and rehabilitation of flood victims in Pakistan
Assistance raised during fundraising campaign in Kuwait                0    15,500,000
from civil society, private sector and individuals.

Contribution towards flood relief                                244,435            0

Donations to Pakistan flood relief                                53,000            0
Donationa to Pakistan flood relief                                   50,000            0

Mobile waterilters for purifying water in flood affected areas.      27,500            0
Long term planned action, depending on permanently
updated needs and locations
in kind - hospital in south of Punjab province (Arab                      0            0
Physicians Federation - Egyptian Branch - cost of the
hospital is fully paid from the contribution of the Egyptian
citizens received by the Federation)
Coordination                                                          1,000            0

Humanitarian assistance                                            1,000,000           0

Pledge by Angelina Jolie to help the flood relief effort in               0      100,000
Pakistan.
In order to help flood-hit Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates             0    19,618,529
(UAE) has raised AED 72 million from donations given by its
citizens during a three-day nationwide campaign

Private funds raised by SHO for distribution to NGOs, Red         31,633,508           0
Cross and the Dutch National Committee for UNICEF.

Disaster management                                                   4,985            0

Private contributions to the DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal to        99,378,882           0
be channeled to NGOs and the British Red Cross.

in kind - medical team for two weeks to the most affected           100,000            0
areas in Pakistan (Arab Physicians Federation - Egyptian
Branch)
Coordination                                                          2,558            0

Disaster management                                                 100,000            0

Cash and in-kind contributions, including 28 million PUR            600,000            0
packets to provide clean drinking water to 1.5 million people
in Pakistan by providing 280 million liters of clean drinking
water.
Urgent relief aid for Pakistan                                      961,538            0
RAK Ceramics has sent, through the Pakistani Consulate -                  0            0
Dubai, a trailer consisting of 24 large boxes containing
clothes, blankets, medicines and other essential non-
perishable items to Pakistan
Disaster management and coordination                                 30,751            0

Inkind goods and transport                                          165,400            0

Disaster management                                                  50,214            0
Inkind goods and transport                                          188,172            0
(Hong Kong Red Cross branch) Support the IFRC in                     29,693            0
procuring and distributing at least 512,000 chlorine tablets
and 300,000 water purification sachets to approximately
27,000 person-times in need of clean safe water in Pakistan.

Disaster management                                                  16,068            0
Disaster management                                                  48,733            0

Relief efforts in helping victims of the flood in Pakistan           50,000            0
in kind - 73 MT - Summer family tents (for 10 and 30                  1,539,712          0
persons) - 260 pcs, Mobile power units (120 kwt) - 4 pcs,
Blankets - 4 000 pcs, Canned meat - 37 440 cans (August 17
and 19 )

for temporary shelters and basic goods provision                              0   3,000,000
For transitional shelters (part of USD 100 mn )                       5,000,000           0
in kind - humanitarian assistance in favor of the population        142,198,994           0
affected by floods (6,650 tents, 5,100 blankets, 2,200 rugs,
145,200 kilos food parcels, 40-bed mobile hospital-including
cost of operations, medicines, including transport, admin
costs)
Humanitarian assistance in the form of dry food items                   11,675           0
Mobile healthcare centers                                              136,612           0
immediate relief efforts in Pakistan's flood-ravaged                   100,000           0
northwest.

in kind - deployment of three officers to help on-site teams in              0           0
Pakistan to assess the needs of flood victims and coordinate
relief operations
Disaster management                                                    209,552           0
Inkind goods and transport                                             115,400           0
for specific needs of urgent humanitarian aid to the Pakistani          65,531           0
people hit by recent floods (People in Peril and Adventist
Development and Relief Agency)
in kind - tents, beds, sheets, water pumps                              104,849          0
in kind - 15 tons of emergency water purifying equipment              1,212,320          0

Disaster management                                                     75,564           0
Inkind goods and transport                                             610,697           0
in kind - 2nd consignment of flood relief - 18 tons( dry rations,            0           0
tea, medicines and 250 large sized cabin tents)

in kind - dry rations such as rice, sugar, lentils and tea              26,667           0
a 16 member medical team including 7 doctors, 6 nurses, 2                    0           0
pharmacists and one team assistant
Flood relief                                                            25,000           0
in-kind - airlift will contain 10 tonnes of food, medicine and               0           0
shelter equipments as well as a medical team
Mobile drinking water purification facility as humanitarian aid              0           0
for the flood disaster victims in Pakistan

Extension of personnel and equipment to water treatment                 64,074           0
works. Secure clean water to the affected households

WASH Coordinator                                                        105,310          0
To decrease mortality rates, disease, effects of diseases and         4,202,423          0
health problems in affected Provinces of
Khyberpakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltisan, Punjab, Sindh,
Kashmir/AJK
Emergency Coordinator. To lead the Hyderabad Field                     123,280           0
antenna who will coordinate emergency relief operations and
early recovery interventions on the ground in Hyderabad

Amendment of secondment: Information Technology Officer.                58,336           0
Support WFP in its role within the ETC cluster in facilitating
the humanitarian work in Pakistan.
Early Recovery Adviser. Support HABITAT to fulfill its                  48,781           0
engagement within early recovery to the Pakistan
Governments.
Two Humanitarian Affairs Officers to support OCHA in co-              97,689    0
ordination of the humanitarian response.



Construction Engineer. Construction of 3 strategic                   116,233    0
warehouse facilities
Air Movement Officer and Air Transport Officer.                      110,755    0
Effectiveness of transportation of humanitarian equipment

Humanitarian assistance                                              693,674    0
Additional support to water treatment projects and a follow-up       100,660    0
visit
Information Technology Officer to support the humanitarian            54,391    0
staff arriving in support of the emergency

Assistance within Waste Management for Damage and                     22,198    0
Needs Assessment
Secondment of logistician for planning, coordination and              69,957    0
implementation of humanitarian efforts to UNICEF
Support to humanitarian activities in response to the                668,381    0
floodings in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province
Logistics Officer: to ensure timely and effective delivery of         98,451    0
emergency food assistance to severely affected persons.

To secure the communication to and from the OCHA sub-                 72,720    0
offices with equipment and staff in emergency needs in
response to the flooding IN Sukkur and Multan

2 Humanitarian Affairs Officer. Monitoring, analyzing and             96,283    0
report on humanitarian developments, disaster
relief/management or emergency situations in Sukkur and
Hyderabad
Two WASH Officers: Support UNICEF in planning,                       216,532    0
implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects within
the water and sanitation sector in Multan alt Hyderabad

To support the extension of one staff's position for the              99,665    0
running of the IHP base camp in Pakistan
IHP Base Camp: Ensure that humanitarian staff can carry              664,970    0
out their activities and meet their respective objectives in the
critical situation of lack of adequate infrastructure in Sindh
Province
A Construction Engineer to facilitate the reconstruction of the       58,882    0
PirPiai Humanitarian Logistics Hub in northern Pakistan




Disaster management                                                  341,430    0
The overall goal is to save lives and protect health and             268,258    0
integrity of flood affected people in Charssada and Nowshera
districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province and Sibi district of
Balochistan (Church of Sweden)

Support to affected households with clean water through             1,452,012   0
water filtration and power stations.



Three water treatment works, personnel and transports                822,299    0

2 Civil Military Coordinators: Ensure humanitarian actors'           127,677    0
adherence to basic civil-military principles, particularly at the
field level
Secondment of logistican to WFP (Multan, Punjab)                      45,507           0
Radio Trainer Officer to educate and train staff within the UN        44,553           0
organisations in radio communication in Islamabad,
Peshawar, Quetta, Lahore, Karachi, Abbotabad and
Muzaffarabad
Emergency aid                                                         693,674          0
Inkind goods and transport                                            271,345          0
Inkind goods and transport                                             56,478          0
Distribution of emergency relief                                      288,184          0
Emergency Aid Floods 2010 (7F-07703.02)                             1,200,768          0
help the flood victims                                              4,803,074          0
in kind - Province Sindh, for 50,000 persons: support camps           403,458          0
with water tanks, pumps and water distribution installations;
Province Sindh, for 500,000 persons: improving water quality
through WATA-Antennas;         Support UNICEF; for 250,000
persons; support through 1 expert for reinstalling drinking
water supply; Swat-Valley, for 50,000 persons: improving
water quality through safe water distribution (incl.
disinfection); for 250,000 persons: cleaning fountains



in kind - Shelter - Province Sindh: 1,000 tents with                 480,307           0
household kits, sleeping and hygiene material
in kind - distributed food and hygiene articles in the districts     365,034           0
of DI Khan and Karak for 12,000 flood victims: 1,000 shelter
kits comprising plastic sheets, wood and tools; additional
household kits and hygiene sets

earmarked for helping the homeless with winter                             0    1,461,988
accommodation, seed and water purification.

Emergency Aid Floods Pakistan July/August (7F-                       288,184           0
07703.01.01)
in kind - 35 tons of foodstuff, medical supplies, and                      0           0
medicines
Health and social services                                           100,000           0
for relief and rehabilitation of flood affectees                     790,927           0
Support relief efforts                                                99,241           0
Preliminary aid to Pakistani victims affected by the monsoon          75,000           0

Humanitarian assistance                                              677,216           0

Relief efforts in response to the flooding and mudslides             118,771           0

cash - emergency aid for flood-stricken Pakistan                   10,000,000          0
in kind - updated list as of 22 December 2010 : 2.725              43,300,000          0
temporary shelter (mevlana type), 209 container and
apparatus, 5.611 tons of food,1,042,545 pcs various dresses,
28 ,175 pcs sheltering equipment, 5 pcs generators, 1.257
tents, 48.470 blankets, 117 tons of medicines and medical
equipment, 401 tons of hygiene equipment, 90 pcs of
immersion pumps, 2 mobile hospitals, 1 ambulance, 2
national medical rescue team VEH, team with 133 persons




Donation of cash and products to provide immediate relief           1,310,616          0
Emergency humanitarian aid provided through Mohamed bin           68,120           0
Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian and Charity Establishment
(6 ton of dates , 7 tons drinking water and 2 ton of cover
sheets)

in kind - Medical aid provided by Gulf Pharmaceutical            130,192           0
Industries (JULPHAR) . Medicines Adol Syrup

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red          838,752           0
Crescent - two different cargoes with humanitarian aid items
for the flood affected population in Pakistan (20 Nov 2010
and 28 Nov 2010)




Emergency humanitarian aid provided through Mohamed bin           68,120           0
Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian and Charity Establishment
(15 tons of food items and cover sheets)

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red         1,211,989          0
Crescent to fulfill the needs of the displaced people.



Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red           81,744           0
Crescent. Meat distribution for affected people



in kind - humanitarian aid items for the flood affected          139,946           0
population in Pakistan

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the Sharjah            7,639           0
Charity Association to provide emergency relief and tents.



Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red                0    3,929,886
Crescent. Providing Shelter for 20000 house holds.



Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red          131,542           0
Crescent. cargo plane(No.4) carrying relief supplies to flood
victims

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red          119,085           0
Crescent. cargo plane(No.5) carrying relief supplies to flood
victims

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the Sharjah            3,008           0
Charity Association (medications and medical equipment)



in-kind - Health campaign in collaboration with El Ibrahimi      150,409           0
hospital (UAE Red Crescent Authority [delegation in
Pakistan])

cash distribution for poor affected families                      77,657           0

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red           20,000           0
Crescent
Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red          162,125           0
Crescent. Food distribution for flood affected people
Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red            10,899           0
Crescent. Cloths for flood affected people

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the Sharjah            12,964           0
Charity Association (food supplies)

In kind - food. Contribution chanelled through UAE Embassy.       137,057           0

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red           490,463           0
Crescent. 150 tonnes of dates for flood affected people

Emergency humanitarian aid provided through Abdul Jalil Al              0    1,362,398
fahim & family Endowment in collaboration with Red crescent
to affected people in Pakistan



Humanitarian aid provided by Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nehayan        4,003,270          0
Foundation in collaboration with UAE embassy in Pakistan



Two cargo planes carrying relief supplies to flood victims        280,722           0



Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the Sharjah                 0           0
Charity Association to provide emergency relief



Emergency humanitarian aid provided through the UAE Red           116,510           0
Crescent.cargo plane(No.6) carrying relief supplies to flood
victims

To support Handicap International to provide safe drinking       1,925,439          0
water, sanitation services, basic household items and shelter
to approximately 100,000 people in Sindh Province. The
extension to the project supports Handicap International to
provide access to sustainable water and sanitation services,
non-food items, hygiene promotion and access to psycho-
social support to approximately 338,000 people in Sindh
province. (part of GBP3.8 mn)


To support HANDS to improve rehabilitate approximately           4,739,336          0
1,000 schools and improve access to water and sanitation
and health services. This will benefit approximately 100,000
children in Sindh Province.

Support CBHA to facilitate an NGO consortium approach to        23,325,272          0
early recovery activities in the agriculture and livelihoods
sectors. Participating NGOs include: Oxfam, Save the
Children, Care, Concern, Action Against Hunger and
International Rescue Committee; Activities include providing
assistance to small scale farmers, encouraging communities
to repair local infrastructure, providing income generating
opportunities and job opportunities and supporting local
businesses and services to resume operations. This will
assist almost one million people and reduce dependency on
food aid in Punjab and Sindh Provinces.



To support RSPN to meet the immediate WASH and                   4,658,385          0
emergency shelter needs of approximately 1,000,000 people
in 20 flood affected districts of Punjab and Sindh Provinces.
The IHP (of which the UK is a member) is providing a                1,164,596           0
humanitarian base camp in Sukkur (Sindh Province) to
enable the humanitarian community to scale up activities.

To support IMC to provide 40 mobile health teams and repair         1,686,567           0
30 basic health units, ensuring approximately 720,000 people
have access to emergency health care (part of GBP2.6 mn)

additional contribution - To be allocated to specific                      0            0
project/cluster (Euro 34 mn - fully allocated)
Water, food, medical supplies and shelter to 125,000 people.        1,599,577           0

Support Plan International to provide education materials and       4,665,630           0
improve WASH facilities in existing schools to approximately
58,500 girls and boys (aged 5-9) in Punjab Province. Plan
International will also support income generation
opportunities for approximately 20,000 highly vulnerable
families.
To support equal access of flood affected people to the             1,524,880           0
Government of Pakistan’s Citizens Damage Compensation
Program (CDCP); and provide alternative assistance to those
most in need through national identity card registration.
Additional activities include providing vulnerable groups with
relevant information to access basic services as well as
independent protection monitoring, referral and legal
assistance.


in kind - 2,000 all-weather tents to flood-affected districts of           0            0
Swat, Shangla, Nowshera, Charsaddato shelter up to 12,500
people
Supports CARE to provide safe drinking water, health care           1,040,513           0
and basic household items to approximately 100,000 people
in Punjab and Sindh Provinces (part of GBP2 mn)

Early Recovery Support to Flood Affected Communities in             6,494,568           0
Pakistan (This project is part of the DFID funded Consortium
of British Humanitarian Agencies program comprised of six
consortium implementing members

emergency relief (Scottish Government contribution to                721,501            0
Scottish aid agencies based in Pakistan)
Food, Medical, Shelter, WASH, tools to 9,000,000 affected           1,598,182           0
people (ActionAid, CAFOD, Christian Aid, Concern, IRC,
Islamic Relief, Merlin, World Vision)
in kind - Surge capacity staff - get tents, shelter kits and         798,999            0
water purification tablets to 8,000,000 critically affected
people (WFP, OCHA)
UK will provide a substantial boost to Pakistan's emergency                0    90,230,047
relief and recovery by committing a further £70m (£60m
helping people get back to work, re-starting agriculture, and
getting children back to school; £10m will target specific
lifesaving relief to south Pakistan, to help avert a public
health emergency - unallocated of GBP70 mn)


Supports Islamic Relief to provide early recovery activities        2,500,000           0
and training in the agriculture, livestock and fisheries sectors;
as well as cash for work activities to approximately 87,000
people in Sindh Province. Islamic Relief initiate activities to
provide clean water e.g. hand pumps.


Food, medical, supplies, shelter, tools and WASH to 125,000         1,599,577           0
people over 9 months. (Punjab and Sindh)
Mass Communications for Flood Affected Population of               1,360,000   0
Pakistan to Support Cash Compensation Schemes



in kind - Non food items (NFIs) from DFID stocks have been         8,998,435   0
brought in on seven flights (four civil and three MoD).
[included 3,500 DFID tents and 12,558 DFID shelter kits to
provide shelter for more than 80,000 people. (distributed by
SC-UK and IOM); Two additional MOD flights to
deliver vital items for humanitarian agencies; provide support
for essential staff posts in organisations such as OCHA and
UNHAS.



Support ACTED to provide durable shelter, cash for work and        8,025,682   0
small scale horticulture initiatives for approximately 35,000
people in Sindh Province
six daily bullets broadcast (three Pashto, three Urdu) on up to      78,247    0
34 partner radio stations, providing advice and information on
where to get food and shelter, how to avoid disease, stay
safe, etc
Give food, medical supplies, shelter, tools and wash to            3,200,620   0
250,000 people in Punjab and Sindh
administer emergency quick release ‘seed money’ to enable          1,173,709   0
agencies to set-up and kick-start rapid programmes for a
three week period - healthcare, shelter, food, water,
sanitation, hygienge in Swat, Shangla and Kohistan, Di
Khan, Charsadda, Nowshera, Peshawar


Support the IFRC to provide food, emergency shelter and            1,564,945   0
tools to approximately 385,000 people, through the
mobilisation of 12 Emergency Response Units, building on
the capacity of the Pakistan Red Crescent Society with its
130,000 volunteer membership. Also supports IFRC to
procure and deliver plastic sheeting and tarpaulins.


accelerate provision of new bridges, to replace some of           15,649,452   0
those washed away by the monsoon floods
To support Mercy Corps to provide safe drinking water,             2,685,624   0
sanitation services and hygiene awareness campaigns to
approximately 160,000 people in Sindh Province.

To provide toilets, sanitation services and to help some           2,835,031   0
250,000 people in Sindh Province to gain access to water.

to assist 125,000 people through the local Pakistan Red            3,095,259   0
Crescent societies who are present at community level
throughout Pakistan. Beneficiaries will receive food, medical
supplies, shelter, tools and WASH assistance. Target
populations are located in Punjab and Sindh.


Commodity Flight #16: 42,925 blankets, 30,000 water                 339,036    0
containers
Small Grants Program - Education, Health, Community                5,000,000   0
Development, Women’s Rights, Minority Rights,
Humanitarian Response(USAID/Pakistan)
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in KPk                              1,218,480   0
Water, sanitation and Hygiene; Nutrition in KPk, Punjab and        1,968,500   0
Sindh
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Economic Recovery and          5,000,000   0
Market Systems; Shelter and Settlements; Agriculture and
Food Security; Logistics and Relief Commoditie in
Baluchistan, Sindh
Commodity Flight #19: 15,008,000 water purification             226,971    0
tablets4
Commodity Flight #9: 40 Zodiac inflatable boats                1,000,000   0
Humanitarian Coordination and Information Management           1,329,909   0

Shelter and settlements in Punjab, Sindh                       3,234,774   0



Commodity Flight #1: 2 water treatment units, 4 Zodiac          257,725    0
boats in KPk
Commodity Flight #20: 1,600 rolls of plastic sheeting          1,050,750   0
Commodity Flight #12: 37,625 blankets, 81,550 water              523,082   0
containers, 500 saw blades
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene, Economic Recovery and           500,000    0
Market Systems, Shelter and Settlements, Logistics and
Relief Commodities in KPk
Commodity Flight #6: 530 rolls of plastic sheeting              623,450    0
(Transportation costs for flights four, five, and six are
included in the funding amount for flight 6)
Commodity Flight #13: 1,600 rolls of plastic sheeting          1,089,000   0
Medical teams and medical supplies                             6,395,093   0
Health; Logistics and Relief Commodities; Water Sanitation     2,167,232   0
and Hygiene in Punjab
Commodity Flight #24: 84 MT of Plumpy'Doz                        413,000   0
Procurement and transport of 120,000 tarpaulins                1,724,830   0
(Not Yet Delivered)
Commodity Flight #4: 240 rolls of plastic sheeting in            87,600    0
Sindh

Commodity Flight #21: 84 MT of Plumpy'Doz                        419,600   0
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Economic Recovery and          4,600,000   0
Market Systems; Shelter and Settlements; Logistics and
Relief Commodities in KPk Province

Logisitcs and Relief Commodities; Shelter and Settlements;     2,324,487   0
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Balochistan, Punjab, KPk

Commodity Flight #8: 1,000 rolls of plastic sheeting, 31,200    511,500    0
water containers
Commodity Flight #10: 4 water treatment units                    186,009   0
Commodity Flight #18: 42,625 blankets, 19,200 water            1,441,781   0
containers, 2 water bladders
Health; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Shelter and            5,178,556   0
Settlements; Agriculture and Food Security; Logistics and
Relief Supplies; Economic Recovery and Market Systems in
Gilgit-Baltistan, KPk, Sindh
Commodity Flight #5: 540 rolls of plastic sheeting in Sindh     197,100    0

Nutrition in Punjab, Sindh                                       750,000   0
Shelter and Settlements in Sindh                               1,683,313   0
Commodity Flight #17: 1,600 rolls of plastic sheeting          1,165,000   0
Commodity Flight #14: 53,905 blankets, 23,400 water              404,349   0
containers
Local Procurement: 200,000 ten-liter water containers           634,859    0
Through grants to local NGOs to provide emergency relief              4,999,434   0
supplies, increase access to safe drinking water, and carry
out preventive healthcare to curb potential outbreaks of
waterborne illnesses (Rural Support Program Network)

Shelter and Settlements; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene;              3,324,888   0
Logistics and Relief Commodities in affected Areas



Commodity Flight #22: 1,600 rolls of plastic sheeting                 1,020,530   0
Economic Recovery and Market Systems; Logistics and                   3,900,000   0
Relief Commodities; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in KPk,
Punjab, Sindh
Commodity Flight #11: 3 water treatment units (                        336,507    0
Transportation costs for flights ten and eleven are included in
the funding amount for flight 11)
Economic Recovery and Market Systems; Water, Sanitation,              1,500,817   0
and Hygiene in KPk, Sindh
Health; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Shelter and                   4,999,434   0
Settlements; Agriculture and Food Security in Affected Areas

Protection; Shelter and Settlements; Logistics and Relief             2,347,743   0
Commodities in Punjab, Sindh
support early recovery programs, such as rehabilitation of            8,000,000   0
community infrastructure and livelihood recovery activities

Commodity Flight #23: 650 rolls of plastic sheeting                     301,248   0
Food Vouchers                                                         1,852,067   0
in kind - assistance to civilian and military in the form of halal   68,000,000   0
meals, pre-fabricated steel bridges and other infrastructure
support, as well as air support to and within Pakistan to
transport goods and rescue people
Commodity Flight #7: 1,600 rolls of plastic sheeting                  1,165,545   0
(through USAID) Additional Transportation Costs                          56,275   0
Administrative and Support Costs                                        555,522   0
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Economic Recovery and                 8,194,730   0
Market Systems; Shelter and Settlements; Logistics and
Relief Commodities; Health; Nutrition; Protection;
Humanitarian Coordination and Information Management;
Agriculture and Food Security (RAPID Fund for Local NGOs)


Agriculture and Food Security; Economic Recovery and                  9,000,000   0
Market Systems; Health; Shelter and Settlements; WASH



Economic recovery and market systems in Balochistan,                  5,112,733   0
Sindh
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Economic Recovery and                12,780,096   0
Market Systems; Shelter and Settlements; Logistics and
Relief Commodities
in Punjab
Commodity Flight #2: 4 water treatment units, 14 Zodiac                745,977    0
boats, 10 water bladders, 96 saws, 30 saw blades in KPk

Health; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Protection in KPk              705,794    0

Logistics and Relief Commodities; Shelter and Settlements;            2,497,855   0
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Punjab
Grants to local NGOs to provide emergency relief supplies,       2,700,000   0
increase access to safe drinking water, and carry out
preventive healthcare to curb potential outbreaks of
waterborne illnesses (Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund)

Local Procurement: 600,000 bars of soap                            328,376   0
relief distributions, including food, tents, and shelter         5,000,000   0
materials; water purification; restoration of community water
supplies; preventive health measures for the flood-affected
population (USAID/PRM)
Logistics and Relief Commodities; Water, Sanitation, and         1,260,899   0
Hygiene in KPk, Punjab
Economic Recovery and Market Systems; Health; Logistics          4,615,009   0
and Relief Commodities; Shelter and Settlements in Punjab

Local Procurement: 170,000 blankets                               811,685    0
Commodity Flight #3: 1,153 rolls of plastic sheeting, 17,000      692,795    0
blankets in Sindh
Economic Recovery and Market Systems; Health; Water,             4,748,284   0
Sanitation, and Hygiene in Sindh, Punjab, KPk
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene, Economic Recovery and            4,534,116   0
Market Systems, Shelter and Settlements, Logistics and
Relief Commodities in Sindh
Shelter and Settlements; Agriculture and Food security;          7,908,992   0
Logistics and Relief supplies in Balochistan, Sindh

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Economic Recovery and            2,750,000   0
Market Systems; Shelter and Settlements; Logistics and
Relief Commodities; Health; Nutrition; Protection;
Humanitarian Coordination and Information Management;
Agriculture and Food Security (RAPID' Fund for Local NGOs)


Humanitarian Coordination and Information Management in           791,931    0
Punjab, Sindh



Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Health; Nutrition in Sindh       2,924,961   0




Administrative and Support Costs                                   256,627   0
Health; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; Shelter and              1,985,937   0
Settlements; Logistics and Relief Commodities

Economic recovery and market systems; logistics <nd relief       2,456,720   0
commodities; shelter and settlements; WASH
Nutrition in Sindh                                                708,048    0
Commodity Flight #15: 42,925 blankets, 23,400 water               329,136    0
containers
Nutrition in Sindh                                                 749,427   0
Emergency Relief Activities and Relief Supplies                 13,000,000   0
Cash and in-kind services to support humanitarian releif           500,000   0
activities (IFRC through ARC)
in kind - 40 tons of humanitarian aid                              300,000   0
Humanitarian assistance                                            100,000   0
emergency relief - grant for NDMA; rescue boats, for DNA         1,300,000   0



in kind - 30 tons wheat bags, 22 tons cooking oil, 400 pcs              0    0
tents, 400 cartons of medicines, 200 cartons of jackets and
200 pkts of mosquito coils (Aug 23, 26, 28 and September 4)
                                                           Grand Total: USD                        1,199,737,814    288,810,159


nor to the recipient entity.
cipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.
the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables may indicate the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

				
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