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Annual Reports

 

The aim of humanitarian aid is to prevent loss of life and to alleviate human suffering caused by natural or human-induced disasters or armed conflicts. It also involves assistance to countries and regions affected by comprehensive long-term humanitarian crisis. In relation to climate change, disaster prevention has become increasingly important and is now a part of humanitarian aid. The provision of humanitarian aid follows internationally recognised principles of good donorship, most notably the key principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independence.

Humanitarian Assistance 2016

In 2016, the Czech Republic humanitarian assistance abroad was provided to 25 countries through 38 projects worth 100 mio. CZK. more ►

Humanitarian Assistance 2015

In 2015, the Czech Republic provided humanitarian assistance worth 90 mio CZK in 23 countries. more ►

Humanitarian Assistance 2014

In 2014, the Czech Republic provided humanitarian assistance to 26 countries affected by conflicts, sudden emergencies, epidemies or protracted crises. The Czech Republic supported 35… more ►

Humanitarian Assistance 2013

In 2013, the Czech republic provided humanitarian assistance worth 73 mio CZK in 30 countries. more ►

Humanitarian Aid 2012

In 2012, the Czech Republic provided humanitarian assistance worth 72.8 mil. CzK to 21 countries and regions affected by conflicts, sudden onset emergencies or protracted humanitarian crises. more ►

Humanitarian Aid 2011

In 2011, the Czech Republic provided humanitarian aid abroad in total sume of 73 mil. CzK (around 3 mil. EUR). more ►

Humanitarian Aid in 2010

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