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It was funded by the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF), the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) and the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF).
The operation, which was funded by the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF), the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) and the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) cost some USD 5.
There are people in various small groups in shelters where they found space, but there are no facilities apart from food," said Malini Morzaria from the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO), the EU's emergency aid organisation which is working in the disaster area.
ECHO or European Community Humanitarian Office was set up on March 1, 1992 to give the European Community a more specialised and effective means for providing aid in emergency relief situations.
Emma Bonino, aged 51, Italian radical, responsible for fisheries, consumer policy and European Community Humanitarian Office.
A report compiled by the WFP, the United Nations Children's Fund and the European Community Humanitarian Office in November last year, points out that the future of North Korea's food situation depends on whether the nation can deal with its domestic economy.
Millions of pounds destined for international aid organisations cannot be traced because of inadequate or non-existent paperwork at the European Community Humanitarian Office.
Director of the European Community Humanitarian Office, Mr Alberto Navarro, warned that Miss Short's speech could provoke a switch in emphasis to "trade not aid" - encouraging poorer countries to develop their economies while limiting the supply of overs eas aid.