Hilary Benn: The following table lists current contracts issued by DFID's central procurement function. This does not include lower value contracts issued by DFID's overseas offices of which there is no consolidated central record.
|@IT Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics and Telecommunications
|ICT & Education Technology Adviser: Imfundo Ghana
|Modernising Social ServicesRussian Federation
|Eastern Cape Provincial, District and School Development Programme: South Africa
|South Africa, Republic of
|Consultancy Report Russia Social Budget
|Art of Living(23)
|Seconded National Experts UKREP Secondment and Stagiare Programme
|Asesores De Comercio Exterior (ACE)
|Trade and Development Framework Arrangements
|Trade and Development Framework Contract
|Poverty Analysis in Support of Government of Belize Trade Negotiations
|Team LeaderPreparation of a Project Document for a Water Resources Demand Management Project
|Evaluation of DFID Development Assistance: Gender Equality and Woman's Empowerment
|Water Resource Demand Management ProgrammeStart up Consultancy
|Development of a Sustainable Regulatory Capacity for the Water Sector
|Livelihoods Connect Steering Group
|Copenhagen Development Consulting A/S (Copenhagen DC)
|Evaluating Co-ordination and Complementarity of CSP'S with National Development Priorities
|Dr. Jerzy Slawski
|Guyana Water Sector ProgrammeGeographic Information System Expert
|Financial Management Systems and Technical Support
|Europe External Policy Advisors
|Provision of Advice on EC AID Issues
|Secondment of National Expert to the EC Office Liberia
|Haley, Geoff (Mr.)
|United Nation Relief and Works Agency Review2005
|Holmes, Kieran (Mr.)
|Support to the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA)Phase VProject Manager
|Madhya Pradesh: Support on Power Sector Reform
|Generalist Procurement Agents: DFID Panel of Procurement Agents
|Household Budget Survey
|A Study of Peace Conditionalities and Post Conflict Reconstruction
|International Procurement Agency BV
|Procurement of Anti-TB Drugs for Revised National TB Control Programme
|Assistance to the Development of a Strategic Plan for the Media Sector
|Global Forum for Media DevelopmentTesting and Advancing the Case for the Media Support Sector
|Support to Developing Legislative and Regulatory Frameworks and Licensing ProceduresRwanda
|Jennings, Mary (MS)
|Evaluation of Yemen Social Fund for Development (SFD)
|Yemen, People's DR
|Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Adviser-The Gambia: Education Sector
|Enabling AgreementLanguage Training
|Support for the Implementation of International Accounting Standards in the Mozambique Banking System
|Ramboll Management A/S
|Social Policy Development Advice to the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
|Prevention AdviserAnti-corruption Commission
|Reid, Peter (Mr.)
|Professional Livelihoods Advice to UK REP ROME
|Consultancy to Update the St. Helena Tourism Strategy
|Saana Consulting OY (Ltd.)
|Protection of Intellectual Property Rights
|TDI Group Ltd.
|Trade Secretariat Working Group in South East Europe
Mike Penning: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what the total level of support under the 8th European Development Fund was to (a) Zimbabwe, (b) Namibia, (c) Nigeria, (d) Co(r)te d'Ivoire, (e) Zaire, (f) Burma, (g) North Korea and (h) European countries. 
Hilary Benn: The European Development Fund (EDF) provides development assistance to its 77 signatories from African Caribbean and Pacific states. Burma, North Korea and European countries are not signatories and therefore are not eligible for EDF support. The other countries which received the following allocations of development assistance under the 8th EDF are: Zimbabwe: €110 million, Namibia: €52 million, Nigeria: €100 million, Côte d'Ivoire: €120 million and the Democratic Republic of Congo: €25.7 million.
To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what arrangements have
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been put in place to ensure that targets set in the G8 Gleneagles communique" are (a) monitored and (b) delivered. 
Hilary Benn: The G8 Gleneagles communique" has identified the African Partnership Forum (APF) as the main monitoring mechanism to ensure follow-up of the commitments made at the G8 Summit, on the basis of a Joint Action Plan. This plan will focus on progress of the key priorities identified by African partners. The next APF meeting will take place in London in early October and will be co-chaired by the UK and Nigeria. The UK is fully committed to the APF being effective and has proposed a small secretariat, which would undertake follow-up work in between the bi-annual meetings, and prepare reports/logistics for meetings.
To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how much (a) financial, (b) material, (c) personnel and (d) other aid the UK
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Government (i) pledged, (ii) committed and (iii) delivered to Haiti after tropical storm Jeanne and flooding in 2004. 
Mr. Thomas: No specific pledges were made by the UK Government in response to the May 2004 floods and the impact of tropical storm Jeanne on Haiti. Humanitarian assistance for Haiti was provided following requests for support from humanitarian organisations responding to relief needs in the country.
DFID also undertook its own assessment and monitoring of the situation and provided further support to the World Food Programme by deploying an air movement officer to help facilitate the transportation of personnel and cargo.
Following tropical storm Jeanne, DFID provided two airlifts of emergency relief supplies worth approximately £295,000 to Haiti (tents, Land Rovers, portable generators and radio communications equipment), which were received and delivered by CARE International. A further £150,089 was provided to CARE for logistics support for the tents and for clean-up operations.
In addition, DFID provided £150,000 towards the International Federation of the Red Cross's relief operations, and approximately £171,663 to the NGO Action Contre la Faim for water and sanitation work.
Aside from this humanitarian support, the UK has provided other aid to Haiti through its contributions to Haiti's interim cooperation framework, a short to medium term development programme (200406) supported by the Interim Government and the international donor community. The UK is contributing approximately £35 million through its share of the pledges made by the European Commission, the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank.