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Tuesday, 28 December, 2004

UNICEF Offices and Contact numbers

All UNICEF offices in the region have been mobilized to support relief efforts. Emergency supplies are on stand-by at the UNICEF global supply hub in Copenhagen and relief flights can be launched at any hour.

UNICEF press officers coordinating information and interviews:

Martin Dawes, for India, Sri Lanka and Maldives: (977-1) 417-082 x222 mdawes@unicef.org

Shantha Bloemen, for Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia: (66-2) 356-9407 sbloemen@unicef.org

Damien Personnaz, UNICEF Geneva: (41-22) 909-5716 dpersonnaz@unicef.org

Alfred Ironside, UNICEF HQ, New York: (1-212) 326-7261 aironside@unicef.org
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Fri Dec 31, 01:02:00 am IST