2 activities 2013 with the combined value of USD 6.4 m, summarized by
Diakonia Burmese refugees 2013 - Diakonia Burmese refugees 2013 USD 6 448 443

Materiel relief assistance and services

Description

Support to 140 000 Burmese refugees in nine refugee camps in Thailand. Diakonia supports TBC with food distribution and shelter.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5204043101-THA-72010

Diakonia TBBC Burma refugees 2011-2012 - Diakonia TBBC Burma refugees 2 USD -32 074

Materiel relief assistance and services

Description

The project aims to provide support for Burmese refugees in Thailand that are displaced. The main activities undertaken by TBBC within the scope of this project is food distribution as well as activities that promotes refugees self- reliance and aims to reach 149 978 beneficiaries. The project aims to build capacity and to promote as well as to support livelihood opportunities to create self- reliance.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5204031701-THA-72010

Year Value (SEK) Value (USD)
2020
2019
2018
2017 SEK 9,8 m USD 1.2 m
2016 SEK 10,0 m USD 1.2 m
2015 SEK 27,5 m USD 3.3 m
2014 SEK 41,3 m USD 6.0 m
2013 SEK 41,8 m USD 6.4 m
2012 SEK 48,8 m USD 7.2 m
2011 SEK 56,8 m USD 8.8 m
2010 SEK 47,7 m USD 6.6 m
2009 SEK 52,0 m USD 6.8 m
2008 SEK 40,6 m USD 6.1 m
2007 SEK 43,6 m USD 6.5 m
2006 SEK 36,0 m USD 4.9 m
2005 SEK 34,7 m USD 4.6 m
2004 SEK 38,3 m USD 5.2 m
2003 SEK 29,0 m USD 3.6 m
2002 SEK 22,1 m USD 2.3 m
2001 SEK 19,5 m USD 1.9 m
2000 SEK 16,4 m USD 1.8 m
1999 SEK 17,1 m USD 2.1 m
1998 SEK 12,8 m USD 1.6 m

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Thailand

Human Development Index
77
(Ranking 189 countries, 2019)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
7273.6
(Per capita in USD, 2018)
World's aid (ODA) as percentage of GNI
-0.1 %
(ODA, 2018)
Swedish part of total aid (ODA)
-0.5 %
(ODA, 2018)

Humanitarian aid

Both during and after emergencies humanitarian aid is given to save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity. After natural disasters or other crises people in need get support like food, shelter, sanitation and medicine. This sector also includes measures to co-ordinate the delivery of the humanitarian aid and protect the civilains as well as short-term reconstruction work to restore pre-existing infrastructure in affected areas and means to prevent future disasters and be better prepared for emergencies.

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