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  • MEDIA RELEASE 5 June 2013 Australian volunteers ready to share their skills for international development The Hon Dr Andrew Leigh MP, Federal Member for Fraser, will tonight farewell more than 100 Australian volunteers in Canberra as part of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program. The volunteers, or AVIDs,
    Date: 05/06/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2501428 - Source: AUSAID - Author: AusAID

  • MEDIA RELEASE AA 06 37 9 June 2006 Australia sends WA doctors to join Indonesia earthquake aid effort A second team of Australian medical specialists and disaster experts will head to Yogyakarta today to help treat those injured in the recent earthquake. The West Australian team of 14 surgeons, anaesthetists,
    Date: 09/06/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/J6XJ6 - Source: AUSAID - Author: AusAID

  • Skip navigation Overseas Aid Home › Media › Media Releases › Media Release MEDIA RELEASE AUSTRALIAN AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AA 06 001 5 January 2006 Australia Responds to Indonesian Flood Disaster Australia, through the Government's international aid agency, AusAID, will provide $200 000 to assist victims of the devastating
    Date: 05/01/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/Q8FI6 - Source: AUSAID - Author: AusAID

  • MEDIA RELEASE Australia brings relief to Sudanese refugees in Chad riday July 9th 2004 Oxfam Community Aid Abroad and the Australian Government have joined forces to deliver much needed ng in extreme ovided the funds for these life saving supplies. es of relief goods ll be used to construct emergency
    Date: 09/07/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/Q03D6 - Source: AUSAID - Author: AusAID - Oxfam Commu...

  • 18 November 1999 AUSTRALIAN ASSISTANCE TO EAST AND WEST TIMOR Current Crisis The Australian Government has provided a total of $14 million for emergency assistance to East Timor during the current crisis. • $6.3 million for logistical support and transport for emergency food and shelter • $2 million for relief
    Date: 18/11/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC02100055 - Source: AUSAID

  • 18 November 1999 AUSTRALIAN ASSISTANCE TO EAST AND WEST TIMOR Current Crisis The Australian Government has provided a total of $14 million for emergency assistance to East Timor during the current crisis. J • $6.3 million for logistical support and transport for emergency food and shelter • $2 million for
    Date: 18/11/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01028418 - Source: Ausaid

  • To: Political editor Media Monitors k J jk U r MEDIA ADVISORY i9AU gusti999 Tiu-kt-y TURKISH EARTHQ UAKE RELIEF EFFORTS Australians who wish to help the victims of the Turkish earthquake are encouraged to make a cash donation to an accredited Australian aid organisation. This is the fastest and most
    Date: 19/08/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC01028432 - Source: Ausaid

  • AusAID - Publications - General - Speeches - Kathy Sullivan Page 1 of 4 Publications Λκί f iti - A g e ftt fjkzr JQgW &ffcRi _ iC Λβ- μγο Ns» Aid Related Speeches l a t w t e j g g I "WOMEN IN AI D - MAKING
    Date: 08/03/1999 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC03101047 - Source: AusAID

  • 5ent By: Media Monitors Australia; 1 23 ; r e I e a AA85 15 September 1998 AUSTRALIAN FLOOD RELIEF FOR BANGLADESH The Australian Government is providing assistance for flood victims in Bangladesh. Over the past few weeks, continuous rainfall in Bangladesh and in the catchment areas of the Brahmaputra
    Date: 15/09/1998 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC03021834 - Source: AusAid

  • M e d i a e r e l e a s e 'A usA ID AA84 j > « ' 8 September 1998 < AUSTRALIA PROVIDES DROUGHT RELIEF TO VIETNAM Australia has provided emergency drought relief assistance to Vietnam. Central and Highland provinces of Vietnam have been suffering from
    Date: 08/09/1998 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2014HNC03021836 - Source: AusAid

  • FROM : - ' TO 61 2 62772498 1997,11-18 13:49 ~485 P.02/23 Medical Benefits Fund of Australia Limited ~ I ~~~ ' NEW MORGAN POLL SBOWS BIG MAJORITY OF~ USTRALIANS . WANTHEA11THSYSTEMINQUIR~ ~ .... ,:::~ i An overwhelming nine out often Australians want the Fed
    Date: 18/11/1997 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2015HNC04010334 - Source: AusAID

  • r e e I e a AID 5 " s e 25 August 1997 " j4usAID AUSTRALIA TO ASSIST BURMA FLOOD VICTIMS . ~~-~ The Australian Government today announced a contribution of $50 000 in emergency assistance to help cope with recent monsoonal flooding in Burma . The flooding has
    Date: 25/08/1997 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2015HNC02009753 - Source: AusAid

  • 15 May 1997 ~ ~ ~ ~ a..J.- 14/97 1997: THE YEAR OF LIVING CARELESSLY ~~ At an unprecedented gathering, the heads of 12 of ACFOA's leading aid agencies meeting in Canberra today have expressed dismay at the further cuts to Australia's foreign aid program. According to the group, this
    Date: 15/05/1997 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2015HNC03016998 - Source: Ausaid

  • r " e e I e a 5 e AID 4 14 March 1997 HELP FOR IRANIAN EARTHQUAKEs-VICTIMS ~ Australia has donated $100 000 to relief activities following the recent earthquake in Ardebil province of Iran. The funds will go the UN Department of Humanitarian Affairs (DHA),which has issued an
    Date: 14/03/1997 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2015HNC01016751 - Source: AusAid

  • Date: 01/03/1997 - Collection: Library - ID: library/jrnart/2015HNC01016752 - Source: AusAid News

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