List of International contributions for assistance to severely drought affected areas of Ethiopia
Final update of contributions to the UN Country Team drought appeal issued on 12 July 1999.  Prepared by Laura Hammond, UN-EUE Monitoring Officer, 25 November 1999. 

Humanitarian Update security situation in Ethiopia, August 1999
Highlights regarding the food security and drought situation in Ethiopia and summary on the humanitarian consequences of the Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict. 

List of international contributions for assistance to severely drought affected areas of Ethiopia
Detailed and updated information on contributions from international donors, the UN agencies and NGOs.  Prepared by the UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia, as of 11 August 1999 

UNDP Human Development Report - 1999
Containing basic statistics for the IGAD countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda).  Prepared by the UNDP Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia.

United Nations Country Team Relief Action Plan and Appeal for Severely Drought Affected Areas of Ethiopia 
(12 July 1999). 

UNCT Press Release issued on 12 July regarding the Action Plan and Appeal

Update on current food security situation in Ethiopia, 30 June 1999
Highlights concern regarding the implications of a belg season failure in the northern and southern areas of the country.  Prepared by Jim Borton, UNDP-EUE, Technical Coordinator. 

Armyworm Infestations in Ethiopia
An illustrated briefing paper highlighting the threat posed to agricultural production in Ethiopia by the current outbreak of African armyworms.  As well as providing an update on the current situation, the report reviews the two most recent outbreaks in 1994 and 1996 and the control measures that were undertaken.  Prepared by UNDP-EUE, James Borton, Technical Coordinator, May 27, 1999. 

UNICEF – The State of the World’s Children 1999
Containing basic consolidated economic and social statistics for the Horn of Africa countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan and Uganda), with particular reference to children’s well-being.







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