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Government of Japan contributes US$ 2 Million to UNHCR’s Nepal programme
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The Government of Japan, has contributed US$ 2,000,000(two million)to UNHCR’s 2006 Annual Programme Budget for Nepal, boosting the refugee agency's ability to provide continued protection and assistance for the refugees in camps in eastern Nepal. Expressing his profound gratitude, UNHCR’s Representative in Nepal, Abraham Abraham said, “This is tremendous and we wish to thank the Government and people of Japan for this important and generous contribution to UNHCR’s activities in Nepal.” Abraham added, “When needs arise, we've always had a very positive response from the Japanese government and this year’s Japanese contribution represents a 100 per cent increase from last year towards funding of the refugee agency’s total needs in Nepal.” “This contribution will be used towards meeting the ongoing protection and material needs of the refugees for the year 2006 under all sectors of assistance,” said Abraham. The Government of Japan is the second largest donor of UNHCR programmes worldwide, and has been supporting the refugee agency’s programme in Nepal since the beginning. With a mandate to protect the world's 20.7 million refugees and other persons of concern including asylum-seekers and internally displaced persons, UNHCR is entirely funded by direct, voluntary contributions from governments, non-governmental organizations and individuals.
Publisher:
UNHCR ,   (2006 )
Type / Script:
Press Release in English
Keywords:
GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN, REFUGEE LAW, RELIEF CORRIDORS, REFUGEE PROTECTION, REFUGEE STATUS, REFUGEE STATUS, LEGAL STATUS, CONTRIBUTION, FUND, MATERIAL NEEDS, ASSISTANCE, PROFOUND GRATITUDE, PROTECTION, ASYLUM SEEKERS, REFUGEE, VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION
Thematic Group:
 UNHCR : Refugees and Migration
Thesaurus:
13.01.00  -  Protection Of And Assistance To Refugees And Displaced Persons
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