International aid offers
By Associated Press
Some of what other countries have offered to aid in hurricane recovery:
Published September 7, 2005
BRITAIN: 500,000 ration packs, search gear, high-volume pumps.
CANADA: Three navy ships, coast guard vessel, helicopters.
CUBA: 1,100 doctors.
CZECH REPUBLIC: Field hospital, pumps, water processing equipment.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Doctors, nurses.
FRANCE: 300 tents, 980 cots, 60 generators, 30 pumps.
GERMANY: 70,000 ration packs, medical supplies, medical evacuation aircraft.
GREECE: Two cruise ships to house homeless.
INDONESIA: 45 doctors, 10,000 blankets.
ISRAEL: Doctors, trauma experts, other medical staff, field hospital.
ITALY: 300 cots, 300 blankets, 600 sheets, pump, first-aid kits, baby food.
JAPAN: $1-million, tents, blankets, power generators, portable water tanks.
KUWAIT: $500-million in oil and other goods.
LATVIA: Disaster team, financial aid, blankets, bottled water.
LUXEMBOURG: Two jeeps, 1,000 cots, 2,000 blankets.
MEXICO: Navy ship, food, amphibious vehicles, helicopters, medical team, 15 army vehicles, health workers, water-treatment equipment, mobile kitchens.
THE NETHERLANDS: Three water pumps, water, medicine, helicopters and beds.
NEW ZEALAND: $1.4-million, search team, victim identification team.
NICARAGUA: Flooding and sanitation experts.
NORWAY: Navy divers, 10,000 blankets, unspecified financial aid.
PANAMA: 120,000 pounds of bananas.
PERU: 80 to 100 doctors.
RUSSIA: Three transport planes with generators, food, tents, blankets, water, medical supplies.
SINGAPORE: Three CH-47 transport helicopters.
SLOVAKIA: Water purification gear, cots, water.
SLOVENIA: Cots, bedding, first aid kits.
S. KOREA: $30-million.
SPAIN: Firefighters and equipment, medical staff, tents, cots, blankets, food, water, generators.
SRI LANKA: $25,000.
VENEZUELA: 1-million barrels of gas, $5-million, water purification plants, 50 tons of food and water.
[Last modified September 7, 2005, 01:03:06]
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