UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

@inproceedings{Tomb2006UNOF,
  title={UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs},
  author={Nick Tomb and Ernest Wee Song Koh},
  year={2006}
}
WFP ZIM-03/F01 Targeted Relief to Vulnerable Populations in Southern Africa (incorporated in the Regional Project) * UNDP ZIM-03/ER/I01 Food Importation Facility 40 Million UNICEF ZIM-03/H01 To monitor the nutritional situation to identify areas of special need. To prevent severe acute malnutrition & improve nutritional status of malnourished children 2,300,000 German Agro Action ZIM-03/F02 Assure an improved food & livelihood security in the project areas 800,000 Medair ZIM-03/H02 Support… Expand
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