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VOLUME IANNUAL REPORT2013

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  • Page 4 and 5: CONTENTSVOLUME IAbbreviations and d
  • Page 6 and 7: ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONSA Addi
  • Page 8 and 9: Safer Access FrameworkSan RemoSevil
  • Page 10 and 11: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTit alread
  • Page 12 and 13: ICRC MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKAND DESCRI
  • Page 14 and 15: The modes of action used by the ICR
  • Page 16 and 17: Children are not spared in armed co
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  • Page 24 and 25: Financial accounting systemThe fina
  • Page 26 and 27: ANNEX 1: THE ICRC’S OPERATIONAL A
  • Page 28 and 29: deviations from the plan. In this w
  • Page 30 and 31: target populations Civilians, Peopl
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  • Page 36 and 37: ANNEX 2:THE ICRC’S OPERATIONAL AP
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  • Page 42 and 43: ANNEX 3:THE ICRC’S OPERATIONAL AP
  • Page 44 and 45: on looking for the parents of unacc
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  • Page 50 and 51: THE “ALL VICTIMS” APPROACHOwing
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    ..In addition to formal and informa

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    settle elsewhere with kits that mig

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    HEADQUARTERS54 | ICRC ANNUAL REPORT

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    DIRECTORATEThe Directorate is the e

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    OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERALThe d

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    OPERATIONSThe Department of Operati

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    The division helped 26 delegations

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    FORENSIC SERVICESThe approach taken

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    USE OF FORCE IN ARMED CONFLICTSPubl

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    ..thematic issues of the Internatio

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    The ICRC provided information in 19

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    Contacts with other organizations -

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    To strengthen information managemen

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    HUMAN RESOURCESThe Human Resources

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    STAFF HEALTHThe Staff Health Unit w

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    INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENTThe purpos

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    In total, CHF 897.4 million were pr

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    CROSS-CUTTING PROJECTS AND MANAGEME

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    OPERATIONSOPERATIONS | 87

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    ASSISTANCETotalCIVILIANS (residents

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    access to others, sometimes being a

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    ICRC OPERATIONS IN 2013:A FEW FACTS

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    HEALTH CARE SERVICESDuring the year

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    USER GUIDE:LAYOUT OF DELEGATION SEC

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    TITRE USER GUIDE: FIGURES ANDINDICA

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    INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICT(FOURTH

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    Immunization activitiesthe number o

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    DELEGATIONSAlgeriaBurundiCentral Af

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    also allowed the ICRC to further ex

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    INTRODUCTION | 109

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    PROTECTIONPEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR

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    ASSISTANCEWOUNDED AND SICKHospitals

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    CONTEXTSouthern Algeria experienced

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    25 magistrates from various provinc

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    CONTEXTThe security environment was

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    protocols and technical guidelines,

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    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLICThe ICRC op

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    However, security and logistical co

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    With ICRC support, the National Soc

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    CHADThe ICRC has operated in Chad s

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    Returnees cover basic needsThe Nati

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    A National Society/ICRC information

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    CONTEXTArmed conflict continued una

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    In ERW-contaminated Rutshuru, resid

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTTensions between Eritrea and

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTTensions between Eritrea and

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    treatment for worms. Prison staff l

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    AFRICAN UNIONThe ICRC’s delegatio

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    The AU Commission of International

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    CONTEXTThe perceived lack of transp

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    WOUNDED AND SICKWeapon-wounded peop

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    LIBERIAThe ICRC has worked in Liber

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    of good hygiene practices, these ef

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTThe political landscape in L

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    Detainees gain better living condit

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: ASSIST

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    CONTEXTClashes between Malian/Frenc

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    PEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR FREEDOMPeo

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    MAURITANIAThe ICRC has worked in Ma

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    waste management systems, generator

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTThe security situation in Ni

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    AUTHORITIES, ARMED FORCES AND OTHER

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    RWANDAHaving worked in the country

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    egistered in Rwanda, while 264 such

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTFighting continued between m

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    Thirteen refugees without official

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    SOUTH SUDANPresent in Juba since 19

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    Amid difficult conditions, vulnerab

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    AUTHORITIES, ARMED FORCES AND OTHER

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: ASSIST

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    CONTEXTThe production/export of oil

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    authorities and armed groups concer

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    RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENT

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    CONTEXTViolence in the Karamoja reg

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    More than 5,500 vulnerable detainee

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    ABIDJAN (regional)COVERING: Benin,

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    UNHCR. Around 80 unaccompanied chil

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    In Togo, planned upgrades to prison

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    ANTANANARIVO (regional)COVERING: Co

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    Safer Access Framework. Malagasy Re

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    (see Pretoria), after which they se

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    CONTEXTIn Senegal, peace talks betw

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    Unaccompanied children restore cont

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    Guinea-Bissau launched a comprehens

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    HARARE (regional)COVERING: Malawi,

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    The clinics’ staff disposed of me

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    The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society bols

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    CONTEXTIn Kenya, general elections

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    missing after the 2008 Djibouti-Eri

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTWhile consolidating internal

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    Detainees contacted their families

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: ASSIST

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    CONTEXTSouth Africa remained influe

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    technical support for enhancing the

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    CONTEXTThe assassination of two pro

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    services thanks to donations of med

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    YAOUNDÉ (regional)COVERING: Angola

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    The dialogue yielded results, parti

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    Intervention Battalion instructors

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    YAOUNDÉ (REGIONAL) | 267

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    DELEGATIONSAfghanistanBangladeshMya

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    their curricula. Such support facil

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    INTRODUCTION | 273

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    PROTECTIONPEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR

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    ASSISTANCEWOUNDED AND SICKHospitals

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    CONTEXTResponsibility for security

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    telephone system extending the serv

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    on Swedish Red Cross/ICRC assistanc

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    BANGLADESHPresent in Bangladesh sin

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    Family members of migrants detained

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: ASSIST

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    CONTEXTAfter coming to power in 201

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    Weapon-wounded patients in Kachin s

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    NEPALThe ICRC initially worked in N

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    the fate of 29 people ascertained:

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    The Public Service Commission incor

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    CONTEXTFor the first time since its

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    agreement on ICRC technical and fin

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    PHILIPPINESIn the Philippines, wher

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    about missing relatives or inform o

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    a physiotherapy workshop; work on t

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    SRI LANKAThe ICRC has worked in Sri

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    In Mullaitivu district, 650 female

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTIn November, the lower house

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    Detainees, including women and chil

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTIn early 2013, the Democrati

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    The centre treated more patients by

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    JAKARTA (regional)COVERING: Indones

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    of VIFM and other partners) - bolst

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    Schoolchildren in 13 Timorese schoo

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    CONTEXTMigration remained a pressin

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    continued to prepare legislation to

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    NEW DELHI (regional)COVERING: Bhuta

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    hygiene-promotion sessions. About 1

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    operational planning. Eight faculty

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    SUVA (regional)COVERING: Australia,

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    them and with the Highlands authori

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    Switzerland, attended by Fijian mil

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    MISSIONThe International Committee

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    VOLUME IIANNUAL REPORT2013

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    VOLUME IIANNUAL REPORT2013

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    Pretoria·············

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    EUROPE DELEGATIONSArmeniaAzerbaijan

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    Discussions with military units dep

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    INTRODUCTION | 357

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    PROTECTIONPEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR

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    ASSISTANCEWOUNDED AND SICKHospitals

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    CONTEXTTensions remained high along

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    PEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR FREEDOMAut

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    AZERBAIJANThe ICRC has been working

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    equest, over 50 farmers safely harv

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    more accurately on humanitarian iss

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    GEORGIAThe ICRC has been present in

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    Georgian-South Ossetian administrat

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    AUTHORITIES, ARMED FORCES AND OTHER

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    KYRGYZSTANActive in the country sin

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    esolved, received follow-up visits

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    RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENT

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    CONTEXTMany European countries cont

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    In the Amygdaleza detention centre

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    MOSCOW (regional)COVERING: Belarus,

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    Beneficiaries (342 households; 1,78

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    support. Following the signing of a

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    CONTEXTCentral Asia continued to be

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    Detainees maintain contact with the

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTThe countries of the Western

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    arranged by Croatian authorities at

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTWhile facing an economic cri

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTThe United Kingdom of Great

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    platforms. An interview with the IC

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    CONTEXTFrance continued to be a maj

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    CONTEXTThe peace talks in Havana, C

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    PEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR FREEDOMOf

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: ASSIST

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    CONTEXTThe Haitian government remai

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    outbreaks, disinfecting cells and r

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    BRASILIA (regional)COVERING: Argent

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    Favela residents in Brazil boost ca

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    Argentine and Brazilian peacekeepin

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    CARACAS (regional)COVERING: Bolivar

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    PEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR FREEDOMIn

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    LIMA (regional)COVERING: Plurinatio

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    the army and staying in an orphanag

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    During dialogue with the pertinent

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    MEXICO CITY (regional)COVERING: Cos

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    State compensation. The working gro

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    Following rehabilitation/constructi

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    RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENT

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    CONTEXTOn 21 January, Barack Obama

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    African Republic and the Syrian Ara

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    NEW YORKThe multiple tasks and acti

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    the UN secretary-general’s report

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    DELEGATIONSEgyptIran, Islamic Repub

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    Amid the insecurity in the region,

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    INTRODUCTION | 465

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    PROTECTIONPEOPLE DEPRIVED OF THEIR

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    ASSISTANCEWOUNDED AND SICKHospitals

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    CONTEXTEgyptian politics remained i

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    the protection it affords them when

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    CONTEXTDespite measures implemented

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    armed conflict at a workshop co-org

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    CONTEXTIraq’s political situation

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    Detainees see concrete improvements

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    did not progress, partly because of

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    CONTEXTPeace talks between Israel a

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    Visits to detainees held by the Pal

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    MAIN FIGURES AND INDICATORS: PROTEC

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    JORDANThe ICRC has been present in

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    coordination with the Interior Mini

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    Key actors increase their awareness

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    LEBANONThe ICRC has been present in

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    Thus, over 230,000 people in the Be

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    RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENT

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    SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLICThe ICRC has be

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    A logistics centre in Tartus and a

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    the treatment of detainees (see Peo

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    CONTEXTOverlapping armed conflicts

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    and by the Popular Committee in Jaa

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    Authorities explore domestic IHL im

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    CONTEXTThe member States of the Gul

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    including with respect to medical e

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    KUWAIT (REGIONAL) | 519

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    PROTECTION FIGURES AND INDICATORSWO

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    ASSISTANCE FIGURES AND INDICATORSWO

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    WORLD 1 AFRICA ASIA &THE PACIFICEUR

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    WORLD 1 AFRICA ASIA &THE PACIFICEUR

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    THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2013The 2013 fin

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    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL

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    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW

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    NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL

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    Such derivative financial instrumen

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    3.16 ReservesReserves are classifie

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    4. CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIESAN

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    7. CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS(in KCH

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    BREAKDOWN BY CATEGORY OF DONORS2013

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    These interest-free loans were reco

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    COMPONENTS OF PENSION EXPENSE2013(i

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    CHANGES IN THE FAIR VALUE OF PLAN A

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    2014 EXPECTED AMOUNTS(in KCHF)Pensi

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    26. CONTRIBUTIONS(in KCHF) 2013 201

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    ) Administrative costsThe following

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    (Converted to KCHF) 2013 2012ACCOUN

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    Undiscounted amounts2012 (in KCHF)

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    40. NOTES TO THE STATEMENT OF CASH

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    566 | ICRC ANNUAL REPORT 2013

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    A. INCOME AND EXPENDITURE RELATED T

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    B. INCOME AND EXPENDITURE BY DELEGA

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    B. INCOME AND EXPENDITURE BY DELEGA

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    C. CONTRIBUTIONS IN 2013SUMMARY OF

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    2. EUROPEAN COMMISSION (1) (in CHF)

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    6. PUBLIC SOURCES (in CHF)Headquart

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    D. CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND, IN SERVIC

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    E. COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET AND ST

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    RECEIPT OF ASSISTANCE ITEMS BY CONT

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    MIDDLE EAST 3,773,565 33,788 33,790

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    FUNDS AND FOUNDATIONSFoundation for

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    AUGUSTA FUND (in CHF)BALANCE SHEET

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    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE MEDAL FUND (in

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    MAURICE DE MADRE FRENCH FUND (in CH

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    PAUL REUTER FUND (in CHF)BALANCE SH

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    ICRC SPECIAL FUND FOR THE DISABLED

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    ANNEXESICRC ANNUAL REPORT ANNEXES 2

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    ICRC DECISION-MAKING STRUCTURES 1AS

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    ICRC STRATEGY 2011-2014INTRODUCTION

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    ..It will further strengthen its in

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    LEGAL BASESThe work of the ICRC is

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    AND THEIR ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLSState

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    STATES PARTY TO THE GENEVA CONVENTI

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    STATES PARTY TO THE GENEVA CONVENTI

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    MISSIONThe International Committee

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