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INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE, compiled by the Department of Foreign Affairs, as of November 17, 2013

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USD 248,032,000PhP10665376000

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DONORASSISTANCE OFFERED CHANNELTYPE

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USDPHP conversion

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Australia AUD 2 M deployment of Australian medical assistance team (AusMAT)
AUD 1 M through the Australian Federal Police disaster management specialists
Australian Governmentmedical team, search and rescueUSD 2,790,000119,970,000.00

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AUD 13 M UN Flash Appeal
AUD 13 M through Australian NGOs
Red Cross, UNN/AUSD 24,180,0001,039,740,000.00

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AUD 1 M for non-food items (tarpaulins, sleeping mats, mosquito nets, water containers and health and hygiene kits to assist families affected by this disaster)
AUD 390K emergency supplies through the Red Cross and UNFP
Emergency supplies to be distributed by the Australian teamUSD 1,292,70055,586,100.00

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Use of aircrafts and ships to support transport and logistical requirements of humanitarian activitiesAustralian Governmentrelief goods

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Belgium Belgian First Aid and Support Team (70 people)Belgian Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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water treatment unitsEquipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian teamequipment

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relief goodsEquipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian teamrelief goods

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Cambodiapledge of $100,000 check to PH Government; recipient agency to be determinedPhilippine Governmentfinancial aidUSD 100,0004,300,000.00

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Canada CAD 5M approved; mechanism for release to be determinedto be determinedto be determinedUSD 4,750,000204,250,000.00

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CAD 30K through the Red CrossRed CrossN/AUSD 28,5001,225,500.00

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CAD 250,000 pledge by the Government of Saskatchewan Province, Canadato be determinedUSD 237,50010,212,500.00

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CAD 100,000 pledge by the Government of Manitoba Province, Canadato be determinedUSD 95,0004,085,000.00

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Deployment of aircrafts, and the Canadian Armed Forces' Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) for 30-60 daysCanadian Governmentequipment

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PH Crisis Fund. The CA government has set up the PH crisis fund to address the needs of affected populations in the PH. For every dollar donated by individual Canadians to registered Canadian charities responding to the crisis in the PH, the government will set aside an additional dollar to match the donation. The money from the relief fund will be used to provide assistance through international and Canadian humanitarian organizations. Canadian Government, NGOsN/A

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China PROCUSD 100,000 through the Red CrossRed CrossUSD 100,0004,300,000.00

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USD 100,000 financial assistance to the PH GovernmentDSWDfinancial aidUSD 100,0004,300,000.00

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RMB 10M worth of emergency relief goods (blankets, tents, etc) via chartered flightUSD 10,000,000

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Czech RepublicCZK 4 M pledge for humanitarian assistanceRed CrossUSD 196,0008,428,000.00

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Denmark 10 M Danish kroners (USD 2 M) through UN OCHA UNfinancial aidUSD 1,600,00068,800,000.00

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EU/EC Two 747s loaded with relief goods (ETA Manila 11/11) European Union Commission

relief goods

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EUR 3M for immediate humanitarian assistance, plus additional EUR 10M for reconstruction pledged for rehabilitation and reconstructionfinancial aidUSD 17,420,000749,060,000.00

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Team of Humanitarian Experts (some already in PH) medical team, search and rescue

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Finland EUR 1 M through Finnish Red Cross to supply 9,500 vaccine and medical packages Red Crossrelief goodsUSD 1,340,00057,620,000.00

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Two (2) motor boats for rescue operations to be determinedequipment

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FranceA group of French first responders with experience with OCHA is departing Paris for PH on Wednesday, November 13 and staying for seven (7) days, with one ton of relief goods.French Government to directly distribute relief goods and administer medical aidmedical team, search and rescue

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16 social workers and representatives from the French Gov's crisis center, carrying relief goods French Government personnel

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GermanyEUR 1.5M approved for emergency humanitarian assistance (500K + 1M +3M as of 11/15) via partner organizations - includes medical teams, rescue teams, relief goods, etcNGOs - ISAR, CARE, Malteser International, HelpAge, ADRAUSD 6,030,000259,290,000.00

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German Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) sent a search and rescue team (arrived in MNL 11/11 afternoon; flying to Cebu 11/12)German Government assistance agencymedical team, search and rescue

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Hungary 20-person search and rescue team and 5 medicsHungarian Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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mobile water purification plant with 6 technical personnel to operate the facility (capacity of 5000 liters per hour)Hungarian Governmentequipment

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India15 tonnes of relief goods (blankets, medicine, hygiene items, fresh water and water purification material, tents, blankets, mattresses, food)Indian Governmentrelief goods

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Indonesia 3 C130 aircrafts bringing relief goods (worth USD 1M) including a "naval asset" Indonesian Governmentrelief goodsUSD 1,000,00043,000,000.00

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USD 1M handed to Jakarta PE on 11 Nov. check issued to PH Embassyfinancial aidUSD 1,000,00043,000,000.00

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IrelandEUR 1.5 pledged for emergency funding Irish Governmentrelief goodsUSD 2,010,00086,430,000.00

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Israel two 747 planes with 158 personnel with field medical facilitiesIsraeli Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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mobile desalination equipment, medical supplies, foodEquipment and relief goods transported and distributed by Israeli teamrelief goods

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ItalyRelief goods (tents, blankets, water bottles and purifiers) valued of approximately €350,000; €300,000 in support of the WFP emergency food assistance plan; €350,000 contribution to the Red Cross. (TOTAL: €1M)Italian Government, World Food Programme, Red Crossrelief goodsUSD 1,340,00057,620,000.00

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Japan Medical personnel (JICA), Japan Self-Defense Team to assist in humanitarian activitiesJapanese Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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use of 15 aircrafts to assist in rescue and relief operationsJapanese Government

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USD 10M for emergency relief to be coursed through the UNRelief goods distributed by Japanese teamUSD 10,000,000430,000,000.00

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emergency relief goods worth up to 60 million yen (approximately 607,000 US dollars)Relief goods distributed by Japanese teamUSD 607,00026,101,000.00

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KuwaitPledged USD 10 M worth of assistance; form of donation to be determinedto be determinedUSD 10,000,000430,000,000.00

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Luxembourg4 rescue experts deployed as part of UNOCHA's International Humanitarian Partnership team, 2 emergency experts Part of UN operationsmedical team, search and rescue

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EUR 400,000 allocated to Luxembourg's humanitarian partnersNGOfinancial aidUSD 536,00023,048,000.00

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MalaysiaMilitary medics, search and rescue team, blankets and medicineMalaysian Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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MexicoUSD 1M through the Red CrossRed Cross

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NetherlandsEUR 2 M pledge via Red Cross and UNOCHA, in addition to EUR 50,000 initially released to Red CrossRed Cross, UNfinancial aidUSD 2,747,000118,121,000.00

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New Zealand NZ$ 2.15M (150K Red Cross, 750K to NGOs, 1.25M to be announced)Red Cross, NGOfinancial aidUSD 2,601,500111,864,500.00

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relief goodsNew Zealand government

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2x C-130 aircrafts will be in PH for 4-5 days to provide transportation (after offloading off relief goods on 11/14)New Zealand government

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Norway 20 M Norwegian Krone via UNOCHA and Red CrossRed Cross, UNfinancial aidUSD 3,200,000137,600,000.00

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Panamapledged USD 200,000; beneficiary to be announcedto be determinedUSD 200,0008,600,000.00

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Qatar1 aircraft with relief goodsfor consignment with OSS

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Russia2 planes loaded with humanitarian goodsRussian Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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EMERCOM medical team (offered)

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Saudi Arabia$10 million donationDSWDFinancial aidUSD 10,000,000430,000,000.00

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Singapore civil defense force to assist the UN office in coordinating humanitarian activitiesSingapore Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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SGD 200,000 (SGD 50K pledged 11/10, SGD 150K pledged 11/12); channel to be announcedto be determinedUSD 160,0006,880,000.00

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Slovakiapledged EUR 20,000to be determinedUSD 26,8001,152,400.00

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South Koreapledged USD 5Mworth of assistance (channel to be announced)to be determinedhumanitarian assistance workersUSD 5,000,000215,000,000.00

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Korean Disaster Relief Team (KDRT) on standbySouth Korean Governmenthumanitarian assistance workers

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KOICA medical teamSouth Korean Governmenthumanitarian assistance workers

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Spain Two planes loaded with relief goods and people to assist in humanitarian activities Spanish Governmenthumanitarian assistance workers

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AECID medical teamSpanish Governmenthumanitarian assistance workers

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Sweden Assistance through UNOCHA operations, including: 2x C-130 planes to deliver fuel and generators and 8 members of the Swedish Civil Contingencies AgencyUN

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Switzerlandpledged initial assistance amounting to US$ 3.4 M.
professionals, medical doctors and health specialists, water and sanitation engineers,
shelter experts and logisticians in Cebu City
Swiss Governmenthumanitarian assistance workersUSD 3,400,000146,200,000.00

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relief goods, water purification and distribution equipment, tents will shipped 11/15
Swiss Governmentrelief goods

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Taiwan USD 200,000.00 (Php 8.6 M) to be determinedfinancial aidUSD 200,0008,600,000.00

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One (1) plane loaded with relief goods Taiwan Governmentrelief goods

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ThailandUSD200,000 cash pledge; beneficiary to be announcedto be determinedrelief goodsUSD 200,0008,600,000.00

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offer to send a medical missionThai Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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C-130 carrying relief goodsgoods may be consigned to the Cebu OSS warehouse for repacking and distributionrelief goods

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Turkey One (1) plane loaded with relief goods- tents, blankets, kitchen sets transported via a Turkish airlines cargo planeTurkish Governmentrelief goods

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Search and Rescue Team Turkish Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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U.A.E. Pledged USD 10 M worth of assistance; form of donation to be determinedto be determinedfinancial aidUSD 10,000,000430,000,000.00

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U.K. £16 M funding for:
£5 million donated to charities (Disasters Emergency Appeal for the Philippines);
£3 million to fly vital supplies such as water purification kits, cutting equipment and medical support, as well as teams of humanitarian and medical experts, to flood hit areas;
£8 million for the Rapid Response Facility (shelter, food, water, sanitation, health kits)
NGOUSD 25,440,0001,093,920,000.00

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Additional £30 M pledged 11/16 for the UN and the Red CrossUN, Red CrossUSD 47,700,0002,051,100,000.00

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Scotland pledged £600,000to be determinedUSD 954,00041,022,000.00

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Military support including the HMS-Daring with Lynx helicopters and HMS-Ilustrius with 8 helicopters, 2 C-130 and 1 Antonov to fly freight and assist other humanitarian activitiesU.K. Governmentequipment

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U.S. More than 50 ships and aircrafts to assist search-and-rescue operations and to airlift emergency supplies, including the George Washington battle group doing medical operations in Eastern SamarUS Governmentmedical team, search and rescue

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USD 22.5M worth of humanitarian funding through USAID and DoDUSD 22,500,000967,500,000.00

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VaticanUSD150,000 to be distributed to local churches in affected areaslocal churchesUSD 150,0006,450,000.00

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VietnamUSD 100,000 (mode of contribution to be announced)to be determinedUSD 100,0004,300,000.00

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

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UNICEF 60 tons of aid (shelters and medicine), eta PH Tuesday, to be followed by deliveries of water purification and sanitation equipment. UNin-kind

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UNOCHAUSD 25 M to be released from the Central Emergency Relief Fundas an initial response (via 3 different UN instrumentalities)UNfinancial aidUSD 25,000,0001,075,000,000.00

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Arab Gulf Fund for UN Development (AGFUND)USD 100,000 - mode of aid delivery to be announcedAGFUNDfinancial aidUSD 100,0004,300,000.00

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