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Norman, Alain G

From: Norman, Alain G

Sent: Thursday, October 13, 20053:04 PM

Norman, Alain G Sent: Thursday, October 13, 20053:04 PM To: Atkinson, David R; Fox, Stephen R

To:

Atkinson, David R; Fox, Stephen R (NEA/RA); Campbell, William N{AF/EX); Martinez, Eduardo J

Cc:

Morrow, Michael K; Bass, John R (OPS); Christenson, Richard A; Yu, AlanK

Subject: Katrina Wrap-up

Yes, gentlemen, its an optimistic subject line, but I'm writing to ask you to let me know the latest on any outstanding matters relating to offers of assistance from countries in your region.

As you may know, I'm currently sub'ing for Michelle, and I was reviewing the materials she left me. As I understand it, here's about where we stand (other than EUR countries, which I've been following, and SA, which all seem to be completed):

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA DATE/CASE ID: 23 JAN 2007 200503991

From: CMS TaskForce1Q Sent: Friday, September To: NEA-Staff-DL Cc: TaskForce-l

Subject:

TFUS01:9/9/05

09,

2005

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Katrina

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Shift 2 NEA Wrap-Up

TFUS01: Hurricane Katrina Task Force 9/9/05 Shift 2 (7:00 AM-3:00 PM) NEA Representative End of Shift Report- Jason Bruder

Tunisia

The Tunisian Flight is en-route, stopped at Andrews forre-fuelling and scheduled to arrive in Little Rock around 4PM EST. According to Desk Officer Bill Lawrence the two C-130's contain 7 tons of blankets and 13 tons of tents, 'water, detergent, diapers, and other relief items from Red Crescent. Not that many flights have actually arrived (or

been accepted)

this

week

which makes

the

Tunisian

and

Egyptian contributions

very

significant.

Israel

A relief flight from Israel arrived on the night of the a-9th carrying 70 tons of relief supplies. Discrepancies in the Israeli contribution section of the donor's matrix were

cleared up by Desk Officer Matt Rostock.

refusing assistance from Israel," and was directed to the Israel Desk. Ambassador Thomas

that

A Hill

staffer called to find out Why nwe were

we

did

not

need

their

forensic

team

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personally advised us

to

tell

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Israelis

present,

but

given

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large

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Egypt

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target

of

opportunity

to

bodies

yet

to be discovered we may yet.

lcalled in at 7AM to protest FEMA's rejection of

the

remaining

rel1e£

[pointed out

suppl~es (water,

ad ItIOnaI EgyptIan relIef materIal at his time. An American C-5 and C-130 are

departing Cairo, empty, for the U.S. on Saturday and Sunday. 1

there was a

tents, etc). FEMA was unable to schedule the flight on Thursday "at this time, for logistical reasons." Apparently, FEMA can only accept relief supplies with a designated

recipient available who can take the material upon arrival. Sherry Hazelhurst, OFDA rep -

on TSUS01 sent an e-mail top the Desk that stated FEMA's current inability to accept additional supplies.

that

transship

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Bahrain

During the previous shift the following report came in by cable from Bahrain:

"Major Arabic and English dailies carried a statement September 7 from the Ambassador expressing "profound gratitude" for the $5 million offer of assistance from the Government of Bahrain, as well as the many gestures of compassion, concern, and generosity shown by the Bahraini people. English dailies Bahrain Tribune and the Gulf Daily News carried the statement on the front page. Arabic dailies Al Ayam and Akhbar Al Khalij printed the statement in full with a photo of the Ambassador. Following a meeting with the Ambassador, Minister of Labor AI-Alawi thanked the Ambassador for his press statement, which he said was very much appreciated by the Bahrainis."

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From:

Tabler-Stone, Melinda C(AF/S)

Sent:

Friday, September 23, 2005 2:42 PM

To:

Milhous, Virginia H; McCarthy, Deborah A(WHAlFO); Katrina Working Group

Cc:

Price Ascroft, Lois A; Maloney, Jeanne M; Kaminski, Richard M; Muncy, Linda H; Gonzales,

Subject:

. RE: AF - Status Report

Michael C

Cable in clearance. Need response from Michelle.

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From:

Milhous, Virginia H

sent:

Friday, september 23, 20052:39 PM

To:

McCarthy, Deborah A(WHA/FO)i Kabina Working Group

Cc:

Price Ascrolt, lois A; Tabler-Stone, Melinda C; Maloney, Jeanne M; Kaminski, Richard Mi Munc.y, UndaHi Gonzales, Michael C

Subject:

AF - Status Report

Deborah, here is where we stand on AF donation acknowledgements:

Angola: No offer of money or material goods, only a vague offer of "any support the USG might ask." Response to

condolence letter pending.

South Africa: AF/S drafting cable to ackn~w1edge $2 r:nillion donation.

Response to condolence letter pending.

Botswana: AF/S drafting dip note to acknowledge $100,000 donation.

Ethiopia: AF/E drafting dip note to acknowledge $100,000 donation to Bush-Clinton fund.

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Equatorial Guinea: AF/EX drafting dip note to acknowledge $500,000 donation to Bush-Clinton fund.

Ghana: AFIW drafting cable to acknowledge offer of $100,000 (donation not yet received).

_~amibi~_:_~F/S wC!~tingl.org~ida1!.~ on language to decline offer of $100,000 w~rth of canned fish.

For desk officers: Please let me know if there are any additions/corrections.

Ginny

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Wednesday, September 28. 20054:26 PM
Moody, Kathleen(AF/RSA)
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Subject:
Katrina Working Group
RE: Offers of Assislance from AF countries to Hurricane Katrina victims
There has been no public release of who offered what The Executive Summary of whal has been accepted has been
distributed, however, through H to some selectees on the Hili. Others are referred to website which lisls all OFFERS of
assistance. We do not want to release a public list until we are sure everything Is In order and In any case, would need an
ExecSec chop.
From:
Moody, Kathleen(AF/RSA)
sent:
Wednesday, September 28, 2005 3:17 PM
To:
Subject:
McCarthy, Deborah A
FW: Offers of AssIstance fromAFcounbies to Hurricane Katrina victims
Your matrix may be off, according to AFIEX. Thanks
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sent:
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M1lhous, VIrginia H
Wednesday, september 28, 2005 2:19 PM
Moody, Kathleen
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Subject:
campbell, William N
RE: Offersof AssIstance from AF<XJUntries to Hurricane Kabina victims
Kathleen, the Katrina Working Group is updating the matrix and hopes to get a final version ready within a few days.
don't have any documentation to verify offers, but based on a summary that was handed out In the KWG meeting
yesterday, the follOWing are additions to what you have:
Botswana $100,000
Ethiopia $100,000 to the Bush-Clinton Fund
Cameroon $450,000
Ghana $100,000 (note:
KWG summary shows $15,000, but I think this is incorrect)
Guinea $500,000
Rwanda $100,000
Senegal $100,000
Togo $100,000
South Africa $2 million (the details of this offer are still unclear)
Namibia $100,000 worth of canned fish (will be declined)
Ginny
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From:
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sent:
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Wednesday, september28, 2005 12:06 PM
campbell, William N; Mllhous,VIrgInia H
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FW: O~
of Assistance from AFcounbtes to Hurricane Kabina victims
COUldyou please get me
this info. today? I need to respond 10an important Hill inqUiry-someone who. wanls to praise
the African countries who donated/ pledged and doesn't want to leave anybody out. Thanks, Kathleen
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From:
Moody, Kathleen
sent:
Tuesday, 5eplember 27, 2005 11:29 AM
To:
Subject:
campbell, William N
FW:' Offersof Assistance from AFcountrtes to HurTfCane Katrina victims
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK TUMMINIA
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Please see Kendra's concern that Y9ur matrix is not up to date; would appreciate it if you could get me the latest. Thanks. Kathleen

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Tuesday, September 27, 2005 11:25 AM

Moody, Kathleen

Offers of AssIstance from AF countries to Hurricane Katrina victims

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This is the Jast one I received. It does not, however, reflect donations from South African ($2 mln), Namibia ($lOOK in fish) that we heard about at the UN. Perhaps Katrina task force has sent Bill or Ginny more recent updates.

You may want to touch base also with our good friend Kelly Tucker, who is the Special Assistant to Amb.

Milloy (?) who runs the eMS Katrina Task Force.

.

Kendra

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From:

Campbell, William N

sent:

Monday, September 12, 2005 8:44 AM

To:

Gaither, Kendra L

Cc:

·NoIan, Stephen J; Engels, EllenC

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Subject:

FW: Offers of As5Istlnce from AF counbieSto HurricaneKabina victims

The Katrina Task Force has begun to forward assistance information by region. as the attachment shows. Do you . need anything beyond this?

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sent:

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To:

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Offersof Assistlnce from AF countriesto Hunicane Katrina victims

« File: AF Donations4.xls » This is the latest information on at 0830 on Sunday, September 11.

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AF: JFRAZER L:RVISEK TFUSOI AF/S:LCECSARINI

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E.O. 12958: N/A

TAGS: OPDC, PREL, SF

SUBJECT:

SECRETARY'S MESSAGE TO FM NKOSAZANA CLAMINI ZUMA

REGARDING SAG DONATION OF TWO MILLION DOLLARS TO THE

AMERICAN RED CROSS,

S/ES (INSERT NUMBER)

1. Please deliver the following message from secretary Rice to Foreign

Minister Zuma.

secretary's message, wishes to do so.

The Department does not plan to

but has

release this text of the

no objection if the government of south Africa -

2. Begin text:

Dear Madam Minister:

It was a pleasure to see you again in New York last week.

I appreciate

your thoughtful

expression of sympathy regarding the devastation caused by

one of'the most destructive hurricanes in U.S.

history.

'Hurricane Katrina,

It

is comforting to have such caring people across the ,globe reaching out to us at this tragic time.

I deeply

I

appreciate south Africa's ~enerous donation of USc 2 million to

which will

signlficantly contribute to the relief

for

your

support and concern.

the American Red Cross, effort.

am grateful

Sincer.ely, Condoleezza Rice

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>From:

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Melinda

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>Sent:

Wednesday,

September

14,

2005

8:36:13

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The

South Africans

are now thinking

in

terms

of

$2

million

to

the

Red

Cross.

I'm

told

a

decision was made,

but

the

Embassy

hasn't

been

apprised of

what

the

decision

was.

Please

update

the

list

accordingly.

I'll let you know what happens_

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>From: CMS TaskForce1J(S/ES-O/TF) >Sent: wednesday, September 14, 2005 6:50 AM >'1'0: AF-ALL DOMESTIC-DL >Cc: TaskForce-l >Subject: '050914 AF Offers of Assistance (Shared) I

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>The attachment is the AF subset of ;"the Taskfor,ce::matrix of International Offers of Assistance for your informatiop. and review.' , 'J,:he: £till matrix was last updated at 0646 September 14.

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>Brian B. Brown >AF Representative Hurricane

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review

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attached document.

AF Offers

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UNlTED STATES DEPARTMENTOF STATE REVIEW AUTHORITY: FRANK Tl!MMINIA DATE/CASE 10: 08 NOV 2006 200503991 UNCLASSIFIED

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FW: Possible Offer of Assistance from South Africa >Frorn: Tabler-Stone, Melinda C(AF/S}  

>Frorn:

Tabler-Stone,

Melinda

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2005

8:04:45 AM

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Please

see

Pretoria

3604.

South Africa

Gov't

has

expertise

in waterborne diseases

and

purification

tablets.

We

would

have

to

make

a

request.

Embassy POC is

Catherine

Kay,

a/pol

couns.

If

you

respond directly

Melinda Tabler-Stone·

Officer in Charge,

South Africa

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