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SUMMARY OF EUROPEAN IN-KIND ASSISTANCE PAKISTAN (PK) - FLOODS (Status 30 September 2010 – 09:30 UTC) / most recent updates in bold/italics
* The table is based upon the information available to the MIC. No
Offering country /
6,000 bottles of water purification liquids (50ml each) Water purification team with 3 units (6,000 l/hour).
2 staff on preparatory mission for dealing with arrival procedures, logistics and security issues. Two plants are installed at the fire station in Kot Addu (2-3 hours drive from Multan airport). Start of production 24/08. Third plant was installed at a basic health center at Khanpur Baga Sher site (1.5 hours drive from Multan airport) between Muzaffargahr and Kot Addu. Start of production 26/08. The assistance is in support of Unicef Operations.
The specialists arrived on site on 21.08.2010.
10/09/2010 03:00 UTC 16.08.2010 Islamabad
UK/SE/DK BOEING 747 from Orebro (Sweden). Arrived in Karachi on 10/09/2010 at 16:15 UTC Arrived and handed over to the Pakistani Government.
Transport for IEHK – ETA 29.08.2010
IEHK: ETA 29.08.10 at 02.20 local time. Will be handed over to NDMA responsible person for the health assistance.
Tents arrived: 22.08.2010
Tents were transported by truck from Karachi to Sukkur and handed over to local NDMA
Total value: 606,822 EUR.
Water and purification Relief teams MSB (SE)/ THW (DE)/ DEMA (DK): 10 small Water purification units, 2 Water treatment plants, 28 generators + technical staff (including 5 watsan specialists) DSB (NO) / MSB (SE) / DEMA (DK): ICT Support for the UN OCHA's field offices in Sukkur and Multan : Equipment + 3 ICT specialists (IHP) International Humanitarian Partnership personnel accommodation, base camp equipment – to be deployed to Sukkur area (28 tons – SE) 96 boxes of NaDCC water purification tablets (33mg) in total: 960.000 tablets which could purify around 4,800.000 litres of turbid water. Total value: 10,000 EUR 1 Interagency Emergency Health Kit IEHK (incl. malaria kit) for basic medical treatment of up to 10.000 persons for a duration of 3 month and 150 all weather tents (4x4 m) incl. all required accessories.
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Total value: 57,000 EUR “non food items” consisting of 950 tents, 4,000 floor mats, 40 water tanks, 2,000 water cans and 2,000 hygiene kits (soaps, dishwashing soap, antiseptic, sanitary napkins, first aid etc.).
Total value: 100,000 EUR.
1 Austrian UNDAC member (from MoD)
10.000 plastic sheets Packed in approx. 34 skeleton containers (each120x80x120 cms with a possibility to staple); total cubature: 51 m³; total weight: appr. 13 tons; Total value: 202,000 EUR
1.000 “food /non items packages” consisting of different items each for families up to 6 persons for a duration of up to 3 weeks.
Total value of the goods: 80,000 EUR
1,150 plastic tarpaulins, 100 water cisterns, 11730 blankets, 9,900 jerry cans with tap, 992 cooking kits, 37 water purification tablets boxes, 200 shelter boxes, 15 medical emergencies trunks, one cholera kit, 2 clinic tents, one water purification station, 60 family tents (10 persons each) and 100 plastic tarpaulins (4X6 m), 100 water cisterns. Total value: 632,461 EUR.
representative. The items have been procured locally by Caritas and distributed using existing distribution lines of the Austrian NGO “Caritas” in close cooperation with their partner organisation NCIDE (National Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue & Ecumenism). Beneficiaries: around 2.000 families (appr. 10.000 persons) in the area/region of Rahim Yar Khan and Jhang, the villages of Bhoong Sharif, Ehsan pur and Jamaldin Wali. Rahim Yar Khan for a duration of at least 3 months. In response to the second OCHA call for team reinforcement for UNDAC 2 team in Pakistan. Accepted by NDMA on 28.08. Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic. Remaining pallets from DE and AT were transported with NATO flight from Geilenkirchen on 20.09. Assistance transferred in Sukkur (2025) and Hyderabad (4050) in the Pakistani province of Sindh. Beneficiary: Families in the area/region of Punjab and Sindh. Purchasing of provided items done on basis of local procurement using existing distribution lines of the Austrian NGO “Hilfswerk Austria” in close cooperation with their partner organisation Shifa Foundation. Civilian plane. The plane landed in Islamabad on 20.08.2010. Veolia water treatment provided to Muhammad Taimur Hayat (Islamabad) and Saima Taimur (administratrice PU). Assistance by Médecin du Monde goes to Mr Olivier Aumont et Mr Muhammad Uzair. Assistance by Secours Populaire will go to Mr Jehan ZEB, Président de Salik Development Foundation.
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Water purification unit (4.8 tons / 19.24 m3)
Arrived in Karachi 23.09.2010, 8:40 UTC
Donated to the NGO Handicap International. Transported on the AN 124 made available by LUX.
186 rolls of plastic tarpaulins 47.9 tons of "Nutriset Plumpy Doz": specific nutritional products for the prevention and the treatment of malnutrition 41.6 tons of medicines and medical equipment 5.4 tons of food assistance (pasta and rice)
Left Vatry on 21.09.2010 at 3:00 am UTC And arrived at Islamabad at 10:30 UTC.
5 tents, 100 camp beds, cutlery-1,000 pc, towels 1,000 pc, blankets-1,920 pc, 5 power stations, 2 water pumps, total weight 8 tons. Total value: 75,000 EUR Federal Office For Civil Protection And Disaster Assistance (BBK) deployed an expert to a NATO assessment mission. A German Expert joined the 3rd UNDAC Team. The Red Cross sends 1,000 tents tarpaulins, 1,000 mosquito nets, 2,000 blankets, 500 kitchen sets, 500 tool sets as well as other relief items. 300,000 water purification tablets The tablets are sponsored by the municipal utility of Karlsruhe in collaboration with the International Water Aid Organisation (IWAO) and the European Well and Fountain Society.
Shipped from NATO air base Geilenkirchen, Germany - Transport via NATO Consignee: NDMA
Total value of the goods: 1,120 EUR The German Department of Defense donates in accordance with the needs of Pakistan: 50 Generator Sets, Diesel, 50 KVA, 230 - 400 V 3 Rubberized Collapsible Water Tanks The total value of the donations is about 3,000,000 EUR. Water and purification Relief teams MSB (SE)/ THW (DE)/ DEMA (DK): 10 small Water purification units, 2 Water treatment plants, 28 generators + technical staff (including 5 watsan specialists)
15.08.2010 17.08.2010 23.08.2010
26.08.2010 from SE to Islamabad
Assistance has arrived in Islamabad and was handled by Red Cross. The tablets arrived at the German Embassy in Islamabad. They were handed over to the organization "Shelter Now".
The deployment of the goods was assigned to a NATO-operation. Arrived in Islamabad on 28.08.
4 THW experts accompanied the aid but only to monitor installation and train Swedish operators before returning home. UNICEF determined the exact location.
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10 tents (MUZ 220 - base area 45 m2) with accessories, 200 camp beds and 200 paper-blankets (normally using one-time); all about 11 palettes and 3,680 kg; free of charge. Total weight = 3.7 tons Total value: 40,000 EUR
Medical supplies: 1,440,000 op-masks; 2,400,000 one-way gloves each in the size small (S) and middle (M); 2,016 million one-way towels, which are packaged in units of hundred pieces; 921,600 oneway towels packaged filled in tins of hundred pieces. Total weight = 43.56 tons Total value: 491,477.76 EUR 18 water-backpacks free-of-charge (these are gravitydriven microfiltration units for drinking water production).
Offer on behalf of the DEUTSCHE TELEKOM company. Accepted by NDMA on 31.08. Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic. Remaining pallets from DE and AT were transported with NATO flight from Geilenkirchen on 20.09.
Offer on behalf of the Federal Land Hessen. Accepted by NDMA on 27.08. Transported with a NATO flight from Geilenkirchen on 20.09. at 10:00 UTC.
In-kind assistance worth 100,000 EUR, allocated through the Greek Embassy in Islamabad The UK (DFID) has been providing: - 3,500 tents - 9,032 shelter kits - 48,625 blankets - 5,200 pole sets - 24,000 buckets - 1.7 million water purification tablets Total value: 1,459,023 EUR (according to the 14 points system – info on in-kind assistance)
Offer from the Federal Land Hessen. Accepted by NDMA on 28.08. Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic.
Assistance already on site. UK has sent 5 planes
387 metric tons of PB5 (high energy food supplement)
Assistance already on site.
The assistance is in support of Unicef Operations.
40,000 (10 litre each) jerry cans; 20,000 (20 litre each) jerry cans; 2,198 shelter kits; 980 plastic sheets
DFID donates this to the Save the Children NGO. Goods are regionally procured (China).
Water purification items (buckets, puritabs, fast tanks and Arlington tanks, purification units) International Humanitarian Partnership personnel accommodation, base camp equipment – to be deployed to Sukkur area (23 tons)
Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic. UK/SE/DK BOEING 747 from Orebro (Sweden) to Karachi. Arrived in Karachi on 10/09/2010 at 16:15 UTC
10.09.2010 03:00 UTC
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30,000 10litre jerry cans, 10,000 20litre jerry cans, 2,500 buckets, 20 bladder tanks, 2 onion tanks and 3518 buckets, 818 shelter kits, 2425 pole sets and 12,525 blankets, 4,510 kitchen sets
Medical team AECID. 9 Doctors + other personnel. 15,000 kg medical supplies.
7 electricity generators, medicines (WHO kits), water tanks (5 x3,500 lt, w/ram and 10 x 1,000 lt, w/ram), water purification units (4 x 4m3/hrs), jerry cans, plastic rolls. Total value: 198,359 EUR 55 tents PL 88, 300 camp beds CAPI Total Value: 299,000 EUR
300 Jerry cans, 50 tents, 1050 blankets, 100 plastic rolls, 200 latrines, 8 water tanks, 91 Interag Emergency Health Kits, 4 emergency kits, 8 IDDK modules, etc. Total value: 141,470 EUR The Hungarian Oil and Gas Company (MOL) offered in-kind humanitarian aid (tents, mobile beds, blankets and food) worth USD 50,000 via its local office in Pakistan to the affected population living in Karachi region.
Nairobi-Dubai-Karachi Accepted by Save the Children NGO working in support of the Government of Pakistan. Arrived in Islamabad on 08/09/2010 - 12:21 UTC. Accepted by UNICEF as WASH Cluster lead
2 aircrafts of the Spanish Cooperation Agency (AECID) / left on the 05 August to Islamabad
Team is planned to stay in Pakistan for 10 days. Base of operation will be in Sukkur, assisting the local health authorities with the hospital in Sukkur. Assistance already on site.
Offer by Italian Civil Protection. Accepted by NDMA on 30.08. Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic. Offer by Italian MOFA. Accepted by NDMA on 30.08. Transport by EUMS on an AN 124, financed by the Czech Republic. The cargo was distributed by 8 trucks.
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The Hungarian Baptist Aid sends an emergency medical team to the site suggested by the government of Pakistan in accordance with its local partner organization and the Embassy of Pakistan in Budapest. Medical supplies: Propranolol (tablets 25 mg x 50) 1,000 packs; Indometacin (tablets 25 mg x 30) - 6,280 packs. 21 boxes; 126 kg Total value of items: 3,511 EUR. Water and purification Relief teams MSB (SE)/ THW (DE)/ DEMA (DK): 10 small Water purification units, 2 Water treatment plants, 28 generators + technical staff (including 5 watsan specialists) The Danish Foreign Ministry is funding seven (7) of the 10 water purification units Total value: 100,000 EUR DSB (NO) / MSB (SE) / DEMA (DK): ICT Support for the UN OCHA's field offices in Sukkur and Multan: Equipment + 3 ICT specialists (IHP) 3 field hospitals (25 beds each). 19 pax from DEMA. Total weight 72 tons, 315 m3.
A physician and a coordinator have already arrived at Islamabad carrying a medical aid consignment consisting of medicines.
ETA: 16 Oct
28 August, 5 & 6.09.2010
International Humanitarian Partnership personnel accommodation, base camp equipment – to be deployed to Sukkur area (10 tons)
10/09/2010 03:00 UTC
DSB (NO) / MSB (SE) / DEMA (DK): ICT Support for the UN OCHA's field offices in Sukkur and Multan : Equipment + 3 ICT specialists (IHP) 10 tents (for 8 persons each); 10 heaters for tents. Total weight: 1.100kg. Total value of items: 14,500 EUR. The Cyprus Government's humanitarian financial assistance to Pakistan amounts to 100,000 Euros. In addition, humanitarian NGOs and voluntary
Offer accepted by NDMA / Pakistani authorities. Consignment via Milan to Pakistan by Pakistani International Airlines. Transport option from Sofia to Milan arranged by the EC broker. Estimated transport from BG to Milan on 14 Oct. The assistance is in support of Unicef Operations.
Arrived on site on 21.08.2010. The mission has been completed. Offer accepted by NDMA on 30.08. Transport by 2 planes: 1) EUMS (financed by Finland) and 2) DK. One hospital is placed in Rhadan, one subhospital – in Badah. The third hospital changed to two OPD's (Out Patient Department), located at Mehar and Khanpur. UK/SE/DK BOEING 747 from Orebro (Sweden). Arrived in Karachi on 10/09/2010 at 16:15 UTC. Arrived on site on 21.08.2010. Accepted by NDMA on 28.08 and delivered.
08.09.2010 in Islamabad 27.08.2010
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associations have readily responded to the crisis, mobilizing resources to help out in relief efforts. A number of NGO΄s have contributed in kind, such as in pharmaceuticals. Volunteer Doctors, a Cyprus NGO, is currently preparing the dispatch of a team to Pakistan, comprising medical specialists and health workers. 780 kg worth of brand new items comprising of blankets, tents and other clothes 45 cbm/30 mt of cargo: This cargo will consist amongst other things of 50 x 5000 ltr Water bladders and 36 x 1500 ltr Water bladders Water purification unit, capacity 30,000 l/ day (incl 3 trucks, 1 jeep, 8 watsan experts, 1 medical staff) Total value: 479,000 EUR
dispatched by a commercial US aircraft Friday 03.09.2010
Arrived in Karachi on 13.09.2010
Belgian Air Force on behalf of Unicef Belgium and Belgian Ministry of Cooperation. Destination: Karachi
Arrived in Karachi 23.09.2010, 8:40 UTC
In-kind contribution to UNICEF. The team will be working at a camp site in Sindh Province, Thatta district. Transport with an Antonov 124.
EU Civil Protection Team EU CP Team
Luca ROSSI (IT) – Team Leader 12 & 20.08.2010 Antonin PETR – MIC LO on site since 12.08. Nicolas TUTS (BE) – Deputy Team Leader The rest of the team arrived in Islamabad on Vesa TRUHPONEN (FIN) 20.08.2010. Anja BRAMMANN – MIC LO Gert TEDER (EE) arrived on 26.08.2010. Bernd NOGGLER (AT) Antonin PETR – MIC Liaison Officer The team progressively left Pakistan. The last Anja BRAMMANN – MIC Liaison Officer (replacing team members returned on 6 Sept in Brussels. Antonin) Non-EU Assistance according to information provided to the MIC Summer family tents (for 10 and 30 persons) - 260 17.08 and 19.08 pcs Mobile power units (120 kwt) - 4 pcs Blankets – 4,000 pcs Canned meat – 37,440 cans Total value: 1,008,000 EUR