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Activity Report 1994-2007

EMERGENCY
“All human beings are born free
and equal in dignity and rights”.
The acknowledgment of this principle
“is the foundation of freedom,
justice and peace in the world”.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Paris, 10th December, 1948, Article 1 and Preamble

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Every year war and poverty destroy the
lives of millions of people.

In today’s conflicts,
90% of the victims are civilians.
EMERGENCY provides, high quality and free
of charge medical and surgical assistance
to victims of war, landmines and poverty.

EMERGENCY promotes a culture


of peace, solidarity and respect
for human rights.
EMERGENCY is an independent, nonprofit, neutral and nonpolitical humanitarian organization.
It is dedicated to assisting the civilian victims of war, landmines and poverty.

All EMERGENCY facilities are designed, built and run by specialized international personnel,
who provide training for local staff.

Surgery Medicine Rehabilitation


Surgery for victims of war Internal Medicine Physiotherapy
and land mines Obstetrics and Gynaecology Prosthesis production
Emergency and Trauma Surgery Neonatology Vocational training and
General Surgery Paediatrics cooperative workshops
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Interventional cardiology for physically disabled
Orthopaedic Surgery First Aid Assistance to widows and
Paediatric and Adult Cardiac Surgery Primary Health Care orphans
Medical assistance for prisoners

Since 1994 2,750,000 patients have been treated free of charge


in the surgical, medical and rehabilitation facilities run by EMERGENCY.
Afghanistan
In 1999 EMERGENCY transformed a former police
academy in the village of Anabah, in the Panjshir
valley, into a Surgical Centre for war victims.

Over the years, in order to meet the needs of


the population, the admission criteria have been
extended to all surgical emergencies, major traumas,
paediatrics and internal medicine.

In 2003 a Maternity Centre was established inside


the hospital compound.

A second Surgical Centre was established in Kabul


in 2001. The EMERGENCY hospital is now the most
important trauma centre in Afghanistan. The facility
was upgraded in 2003 with a 6-bed ICU, and in
August 2005 a CT-scan was installed.

In September 2004 EMERGENCY opened a third


hospital in Lashkar-gah, the capital of the Helmand
province. The hospital, which is named after Tiziano
Terzani, is the only structure that offers free, high
quality medical assistance in an area ravaged by war.
All hospitals are connected to First Aid Posts (FAPs)
and Primary Health Centres (PHCs) located in
heavily mined areas or in remote villages where
there is no other medical facility. Each FAP is open
24/7, and an ambulance provides safe and fast
transfer to hospital for urgent cases.

Since 2001, EMERGENCY has been running a


prison programme to provide medical assistance to
inmates throughout the country.

Uzbekistan China

Tajikistan
Turkmenistan

Shebergan
Anabah

Kabul
Afghanistan
Lashkar-gah

Iran Pakistan

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Anabah, the Panjshir valley
Surgical and Medical Centre
Opened: December 1999
Activities:
Surgery for war and landmine victims
Emergency and Trauma Surgery
Internal Medicine
Paediatrics
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, 2
Operating Theatres, Sterilization, Intensive Care Unit,
Surgical-Medical Wards, Physiotherapy, Radiology,
Laboratory and Blood Bank, Pharmacy, Teaching
rooms, Playroom, Auxiliary facilities, Maintenance
Department.
Number of Beds: 70
Local staff: 197
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 14,627
Outpatient consultations: 61,204
Surgical operations: 10,387

Anabah, the Panjshir valley


Maternity Centre
Opened: June 2003
Activities:
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Neonatal Care
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department,
Operating Theatre, Intensive Care Unit, Patient
Wards, Nursery, Ultrasound, Delivery Room,
Technical and Auxiliary facilities shared with the
Surgical-Medical Centre.
Number of Beds: 25
Local staff: 33
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 5,511
Outpatient consultations: 25,764
Surgical operations: 1,184
Births: 3,625
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Kabul
Surgical Centre
for War Victims
Opened: April 2001
Activities:
Surgery for war and landmine victims
Emergency and Trauma Surgery
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, 2
Operating Theatres, Sterilization, Intensive Care Unit,
Subintensive Care Unit, Surgical Wards, Physiothe-
rapy, CT scan, Radiology, Laboratory and Blood Bank,
Pharmacy, Teaching rooms, Playroom, Auxiliary
facilities, Maintenance Department.
Number of Beds: 95
Local staff: 226
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 15,695
Outpatient consultations: 46,837
Surgical operations: 18,253

Lashkar-gah
Surgical Centre
for War Victims
Opened: September 2004
Activities:
Surgery for war and landmine victims
Emergency and Trauma Surgery
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, 2
Operating Theatres, Sterilization, Intensive Care Unit,
Surgical Wards, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Laboratory
and Blood Bank, Pharmacy, Teaching rooms,
Playroom, Auxiliary facilities, Maintenance
Department.
Number of Beds: 70
Local staff: 184
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 5,688
Outpatient consultations: 37,547
Surgical operations: 6,066

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Afghanistan
First Aid Posts (FAP’s)
and Primary Health Clinics
Number: 29
Locations:
Ahangaran, Anabah, Anjuman, Bagram, Bazarak,
Changaram, Charikar, Dara, Darband, Dashty Rewat,
Grishk, Gulbahar, Horaty, Kapisa, Khinch, Kohi-safi,
Koklamy, Logar, Mirbachakot, Paryan, Rokha, Said
Khil, Sangi Khan, Sayad and Shutul (where a mobile
clinic is also operative). EMERGENCY also offers
health care at the “Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre”
and the “Tahi Mashkan” orphanage in Kabul.
Local staff: 186
Up to December 2007:
Patients transferred: 14,777
Outpatient consultations: 1,402,570

Prison Programmes
Duab Prison: 694 patients examined and treated
from 2001 to 2003
Shebergan Prison: 13,338 patients examined and
treated from May 2002 to June 2004
Prisons in Kabul (Governmental Jail, Investigation
Department, Pol-e-Charki): 130,998 patients
examined and treated up to December 2007
Local staff: 24
Lashkar-gah Prison: 1,880 patients examined and
treated from February 2006 to December 2007
Local staff: 2

Social Programme
Carpet Factory
April 2003 - April 2007
Location: Anabah, the Panjshir valley
Teachers: 7
Weavers: 29

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Cambodia
EMERGENCY’s Surgical Centre for war victims was
established in Battambang in 1998, to provide free
high quality surgical assistance and rehabilitation
for victims of war and landmines. The Centre also
provides plastic and reconstructive surgery for
patients affected by polio, congenital malformations
and burns.

In 2005, following a memorandum of understanding


signed with the Ministry of Health of Cambodia,
the EMERGENCY hospital began to admit all
trauma patients and other life-threatening surgical
emergencies. After the closure of the department
of traumatology at the provincial hospital, the
EMERGENCY Surgical and Trauma Centre has
become the referral facility for the entire province.

In order to cope with the high number of landmine


victims among the refugees returning from Thailand,
a field programme in the northern Samlot region was
established in 1999. EMERGENCY set up four First
Aid Posts (FAPs) and a referral system to connect the
remote and heavily mined Samlot district with the
Surgical Centre in Battambang.

A fifth FAP was opened in January 2000 in Tasanh,


with a ward equipped for the treatment of malaria,
endemic in this part of the country. Each FAP is open
24/7, and an ambulance provides transfer of urgent
cases to the EMERGENCY hospital. In 2003, the
management of 4 first aid posts was transferred to
the local authorities, while EMERGENCY continues to
support and supervise their activity.

EMERGENCY is still present in the Samlot province with


the FAP in O’Tatiak providing free primary health care.

Laos
Thailand

Battambang
Samlot Cambodia

Phnom Penh
Vietnam

Gulf of Thailand

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Battambang
Surgical and Trauma Centre
Opened: July 1998
Activities:
Surgery for war and landmine victims
Emergency and Trauma Surgery
Orthopaedic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, 3
Operating Theatres, Sterilization, Intensive Care Unit,
Surgical Wards, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Laboratory
and Blood Bank, Pharmacy, Teaching rooms, Play-
room, Auxiliary facilities, Maintenance Department.
Number of Beds: 107
Local staff: 189
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 18,909
Outpatient consultations: 66,432
Surgical operations: 20,330

O’Tatiak
First Aid Post (FAP)
Opened: 1999
Local staff: 4
Up to December 2007:
Patients referred: 2,997
Outpatient consultations: 189,398*

*This figure also includes consultations at the FAPs


in O’Rotkroh, Chamlong Kouy, Tasanh e O’Chom before
the facilities were transferred to the local authorities.

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Iraq
EMERGENCY has been working in Iraq since March
1995, initially in the village of Choman on the
Iraq/Iran border.

The Sulaimaniya and Erbil Surgical Centres opened in


1996 and 1998, respectively, offering free high-quality
surgical assistance to victims of land mines and war.
Both centres were later equipped with specialized
units for burns and spinal injury patients.

Up to 2005, EMERGENCY treated over 330,000


people at the Centres in Erbil and Sulaimaniya and
the network of first aid posts. In May, 2005, after 9
years of training the national staff, the Sulaimaniya
and Erbil Surgical Centres and their network of First
Aid Posts were transferred to the national health
authorities. The Centres are now fully integrated into
the national health system, offering free of charge
highly qualified assistance to all patients.

In 1998 EMERGENCY opened a Rehabilitation and


Social Reintegration Centre in Sulaimaniya.
The Centre provides lower and upper limb prosthetic
services, physical rehabilitation and vocational
training to physically disabled, and assists them in
starting professional cooperative workshops.

The Rehabilitation and Social Reintegration Centre is


still managed by EMERGENCY.

Turkey

Choman
Erbil
Sulaimaniya
Syria Iran
Iraq
Baghdad
Jordan

Saudi Arabia Kuwait

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Sulaimaniya
Rehabilitation Centre
Opened: February 1998
Activities:
Physical Rehabilitation
Prostheses and orthoses production
Facilities:
Patient Wards, Physiotherapy, Indoor Swimming
Pool, Orthopaedic and Prosthetic Workshops,
Auxiliary facilities.
Number of Beds: 41
Local staff: 92
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 4,425
Upper limb Prostheses: 642
Lower limb Prostheses: 4,223
Orthoses: 640

Sulaimaniya
Social Reintegration Programme
Opened: 1998
Activities:
Vocational training and development of small busi-
ness cooperatives for the physically disabled
Facilities:
Classrooms, Vocational training workshops
(professional sewing, leatherwork, woodwork, light
carpentry, shoemaking), Auxiliary facilities.
Trainees completing the programme: 561
Cooperatives set up: 186

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Sierra Leone
In late 2000 EMERGENCY initiated a Surgical
Programme to assist war victims. An abandoned
medical clinic in the district of Goderich, on the
outskirts of Freetown, was transformed and
expanded into a Surgical Centre, by adding new
buildings. This is where EMERGENCY provides
treatment to war trauma, and orthopaedic patients.
The admission criteria have now been expanded to
include all life-threatening surgical emergencies.

In spring 2002 a Paediatric Outpatient Department


was opened in order to cope with the growing
number of paediatric patients.

In 2003 the government of Sierra Leone allocated


a new area where EMERGENCY has built two new
wards to expand its paediatric activities. Children
admitted to the EMERGENCY Centre mainly suffer
from severe malaria, acute anaemia and respiratory
tract infections.

Since 2005, there has been a programme to counter


malnutrition at the Paediatric Centre the programme
also involves mothers in hygiene and nutrition
courses. In 2006, an oesophageal endoscopic
dilatation programme was initiated to respond to
the diffused phenomenon of burns as a result of the
accidental ingestion of caustic soda, which is used
by housewives to make soap.

At present in Sierra Leone, the EMERGENCY Surgical


and Paediatric Centres are the only facilities that
offer free medical assistance and training in surgery
and anaesthesia in a country still suffering the
consequences of a long and destructive war.

Guinea

Sierra Leone
Freetown
Goderich

Atlantic Ocean
Liberia

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Goderich
Surgical Centre
Opened: November 2001
Activities:
Emergency and trauma surgery
Orthopaedic and reconstructive surgery
Facilities:
Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, 2
Operating Theatres, Sterilization, Intensive Care Unit,
Patient Wards, Physiotherapy, Radiology,
Laboratory and Blood Bank, Pharmacy, Teaching
rooms, Playroom, Auxiliary Facilities.
Number of Beds: 99
Local staff: 256
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 13,423
Outpatient consultations: 114,782
Surgical operations: 10,784

Goderich
Paediatric Centre
Opened: April 2002
Activities:
Paediatrics
Treatment of tropical and infectious diseases
Facilities:
Outpatient Department, Medical Ward, Technical
and Auxiliary facilities shared with the Goderich
Surgical Centre.
Number of Beds: 16
Local staff: 8
Up to December 2007:
Admissions: 4,917
Outpatient consultations: 72,396

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Sri Lanka
Following an assessment carried out by a survey
team a few days after the tsunami in December
2004, EMERGENCY supplied the Kalutara General
Hospital with surgical instruments and medical
consumables, enabling it to resume activities.

In collaboration with a local organization, the Tamil


Rehabilitation Organisation, EMERGENCY established
an integrated programme to assist the coastal
village of Punochchimunai, a Muslim minority
community, in the eastern district of Batticaloa.

The first phase of the programme called “Back to


the sea” was completed at the end of July 2005,
with the distribution of motor boats, canoes and
fishing nets to the community’s fishermen. Local
schoolchildren were supplied with school kits.

EMERGENCY contributed to the reconstruction


of 91 brick houses for families of the village who
were made homeless by the tsunami. The renewed
hostilities between the government and separatist
Tamils in the Batticaloa area has held up work for
many months, delaying the delivery of the houses.

Bay of Bengal

Punochchimunai
Colombo
Kalutara
Sri Lanka
Gulf of Mannar

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Sudan
From spring 2004 to summer 2005, EMERGENCY
provided assistance to the hospitals of Mellit and Al
Fashir in North Darfur. Within the compound of the
Al Fashir hospital, EMERGENCY built a surgical block
composed of 2 operating theatres, a sterilisation
room and a 20-bed ward.

On the outskirts of Khartoum, where approximately


2 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) live in
camps in wretched conditions, EMERGENCY opened
a Paediatric Centre. The Centre, situated in the Mayo
camp, is the only medical facility free of charge in
an area where 300,000 people live. In addition to an
outpatient department, the Centre has a ward for
day hospital and an ambulance to transfer the more
serious cases to the city hospitals.

Since April 2006, two community health promoters


(CHP) have been visiting the young patients in their
homes to ensure a proper follow up and to inform
the families about basic hygiene rules. The Mayo
Paediatric Centre also monitors women during
pregnancy and runs a vaccination programme for
children under 5.

In April 2007, in Soba, a village along the banks of


the Blue Nile, 20 kms from Khartoum, EMERGENCY
opened the Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery. The
Salam Centre (“Salam” means peace in Arabic)
is the first centre of excellence in cardiac surgery
completely free of charge in Africa. It is a highly
technological Centre, built using innovative
techniques and also respects the environment.

The Centre – managed by EMERGENCY, clinically


and administratively – provides free specialist care
to patients from Sudan and its bordering countries.
As of 31st December 2007, patients from all over
Sudan have been treated at the Centre, as well as
patients from Eritrea, the Central African Republic,
The Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and
Tanzania.
Egypt
Libya

Khartoum Eritrea
Chad

SUDAN
Ethiopia
Central African
Republic

Democratic Republic Uganda


of the Congo Kenya

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Mayo, Khartoum
Paediatric Centre
Opened: December 2005
Activities:
Paediatrics
Paediatric First Aid
Facilities:
Outpatient Clinics, Patient Ward, Laboratory,
Auxiliary services.
Number of Beds: 6
Local staff: 24
Up to 31 December 2007:
Outpatient consultations: 39,275
Patients transferred: 547
Patients admitted for observation: 1,386

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Khartoum
The Salam Centre for
Cardiac Surgery
Opened: April 2007
Activities:
Paediatric Cardiac Surgery
Adult Cardiac Surgery
Cardiology
Facilities:
3 Operating Theatres, Intensive Care Unit,
Subintensive Care Unit, Surgical Wards, Outpatient
Departments, Catheterization Laboratory,
Ultra Sound, Radiology, Laboratory and Blood Bank,
Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Technical
and Auxiliary facilities, Repairs & Maintenance,
Guesthouse for relatives of patients.
Local staff: 308
Number of Beds: 63
Up to 31 December 2007:
Admissions: 477
Outpatient consultations: 4,902
Cardiology examinations: 2,430
Open heart surgeries: 324
Diagnostic and interventional cardiology
procedures: 147

Since May 2007, EMERGENCY commenced a


regional health programme for paediatrics and
cardiac surgery in Sudan and its bordering countries.
EMERGENCY will establish Centres that will provide
free paediatric care, and will also work in close
collaboration with the Salam Centre, as cardiac
screening and follow-up clinics. The first Paediatric
Centre will be built in Bangui, in the Central African
Republic.

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Italy
Serious violations of human rights daily affect the
lives of migrants coming to Italy. In April 2006
EMERGENCY opened an Outpatients clinic in
Palermo to integrate the services provided by the
National Health System and to improve access to
treatment for migrants. The services provided in
the clinic include: primary health care, paediatrics,
dermatology, ophthalmology, ENT as well as social
assistance.

Many professionals regularly work pro bono to run


the clinic: 15 dentists, 3 ophthalmologists, 15 general
practitioners, 1 ENT specialist, 1 dermatologist, 1
paediatrician and 3 nurses.

The clinic offers free health care to the migrants and


to all those in need. Since its opening to 31st Decem-
ber 2007, 2,771 patients, coming from 62 different
countries, have been treated at the Clinic.

EMERGENCY also provides specialized medical


services and training programmes in hygiene to
prisoners in Rebibbia Prison - Nuovo complesso - in
Rome.

Palermo
Programme for Migrants
Outpatient Clinic
Opened: April 2006
Activities:
Primary Health Care
Paediatrics
Dermatology
Dentistry
Ophtalmology
Ear Nose and Throat Specialist
Facilities:
Dental clinic, Optical clinic, 2 consultation rooms,
Auxiliary facilities.
Local staff: 6
Up to December 2007:
Outpatient consultations: 11,889

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COMPLETED PROGRAMMES
EMERGENCY builds and runs permanent facilities the two-month mission the EMERGENCY team 2003/04 - EMERGENCY sent a surgical team
and trains national medical staff. worked in the Mekane Hiwet Hospital in Asmara, to work in the orthopaedic department of Jenin
The facilities are transferred to the local health treating victims of the war between Ethiopia Public Hospital, Palestine. EMERGENCY also built
authorities once they reach clinical and financial and Eritrea. a new orthopaedic ward, a new department of
independence. physiotherapy, a hospital kitchen and cafeteria.
2001 - EMERGENCY built a Prosthesis and EMERGENCY was also responsible for training
1994 - EMERGENCY renovated and reopened the Rehabilitation Centre in Diana, in northern the Palestinian medical staff.
surgical department of Kigali hospital in Rwanda. Iraq. The Centre has been transferred to the
Over a period of four months, surgical assistance management of the local health authorities. 2004 - EMERGENCY supported the people of
was provided for more than 600 victims of Falluja, Iraq, during the seige of the city which
war and landmines. A maternity ward was also 2003/04 - EMERGENCY supplied drugs to ended in May. Relief items, water and medical
reopened, where over 2,500 patients received the “Casa de la mujer”, a network of women’s supplies were given to community leaders and to
medical and surgical assistance. centres to assist women suffering from cancer the local public hospital.
and diabetes, in Nicaragua.
1996/2005 - EMERGENCY built a Surgical 2004/05 - EMERGENCY rebuilt and equipped the
Centre in Sulaimaniya, in northern Iraq, in order 2003 - EMERGENCY supplied Al-Kindi Hospital in Emergency Surgical Department of the university
to provide assistance to the victims of war and Baghdad, Iraq, with generator fuel, medicines and hospital of Al Fashir in North Darfur, Sudan. The
landmines. The facility includes units for burns medical consumables. Tons of medical supplies structure includes a surgical block and a 20-bed
and spinal injury patients. In 2005 the Centre were also donated to the public hospital in ward. The Department was transferred to the
and the 22 First Aid Posts, connected to it, were Karbala, south of Baghdad. Ministry of Health in August 2005.
transferred to the local health authorities.
2003 - EMERGENCY set up a Prosthesis 2005 - EMERGENCY supplied Kalutara General
1998/2005 - EMERGENCY built a Surgical Centre and Rehabilitation Centre in Medea, Algeria. Hospital, in Sri Lanka, with surgical instruments
in Erbil, in northern Iraq, to provide assistance An existing clinic within the public hospital and medical supplies in order to boost clinical
to the victims of war and landmines. The facility compound was renovated and equipped. activities.
includes units for burns and spinal injury patients. EMERGENCY trained Algerian staff to provide
In 2005 the Centre was transferred to the specialized care for the physically disabled.
management of the local health authorities. The Centre, named Amal (“hope” in Arabic),
was transferred to the local health authorities
1999 - EMERGENCY supported the Jova in 2004.
Jovanovic Zmaj orphanage in Belgrade, Serbia.
2003 - EMERGENCY built a Prosthesis and
1999/2003 - EMERGENCY established 5 First Rehabilitation Centre in Dohuk, northern
Aid Posts (FAPs) in the district of Samlot, in Iraq. The Centre has been handed over to the
Cambodia, in order to provide assistance to management of the local health authorities.
the victims of landmines. In 2003 the FAPs of
O’Rotkroh, Chamlong Kouy, Tasanh and O’Chom 2003 - EMERGENCY refurbished two Health
were transferred to the local health authorities. Centres in Benguela Province, Angola, and
equipped them with medicines and medical
2000 - EMERGENCY sent a surgical team to consumables. EMERGENCY ran the programme
Eritrea in response to a request from the Italian and trained Angolan medical staff untill February
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EMERGENCY’s Financial Resources
EMERGENCY was founded in Italy in 1994 as a nonprofit organization to provide treatment and rehabilitation
to the victims of wars and land mines.

Since 1999 it has been officially recognized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a Non Governmental
Organization (NGO).

Since February 2005 EMERGENCY is present in the USA with groups of volunteers all around the Country.
EMERGENCY is also active in the UK since December 2007.

EMERGENCY’s financial resources are primarily from donations by private citizens.

From May 1994 to December 2006 (the most recently completed fiscal year) the total financial resources
of EMERGENCY were 113,359,750 Euros. The average administrative overhead was 6.01% of total budget.
Financial resources managed by EMERGENCY to date:

Year EURO
1994 435,977 2000 6,200,616

1995 317,828 2001 14,147,638

1996 1,582,883 2002 18,440,738

1997 2,754,334 2003 17,440,944

1998 2,157,363 2004 17,240,225

1999 3,979,566 2005 13,945,171

2006 14,716,032

2007 22,500,00 *

*Estimated balance

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