Unterhalts- und Reisekosten Irakische Kinder

Contract partner: Caritas Österreich (ehemals: Österreichische Caritaszentrale)Country: Irak Funding amount: € 25.000,00Project start: 01.04.2005End: 31.01.2006

Short Description:

Overall goal

Von den irakischen Kindern, die im Mai 2003 zur medizinischen Versorgung nach Österreich kamen, wurden zwei noch im Jahr 2005 am Landeskrankenhaus Graz behandelt: Abdul Rahim Jaudat flog im April 2005 zurück in den Irak, Yahiya Atshan muss aus medizinischen Gründen bis auf weiteres (mit seiner ihn begleitenden Familie) in Österreich bleiben.

Vorliegender Vertrag regelt die Übernahme von Unterkunfts- und Verpflegungskosten beider Familien (für Fam. Atshan bis Jahresende 2005, für Fam. Jaudat bis zum Rückflug) sowie die Heimreisekosten von A.R.Jaudat und seinem Bruder.

project number2274-01/2005
source of fundingOEZA
sector Humanitäre Hilfe: Sofortmaßnahmen
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    • 2= policy is the principal objective of the activity
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    • EU - Funds of the European Commission
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