Fact sheet prepared by the Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs and released by the Bureau of Public Affairs, August 9, 1996.
It is anticipated that some $580 million in U.S. funds will be obligated in FY96 for implementation of the civilian aspects of the Dayton Peace Agreement. These funds fall into seven major categories: humanitarian programs, revitalization and reconstruction, economic transformation and democratic reforms, police training and monitors, OSCE activities, demining, and other.
These funds have been identified from current Function 150 (foreign
affairs) accounts and from a $198 million supplemental for Bosnia
reconstruction passed by the Congress in March of 1996. The activities
are broken down below.
$ millions Humanitarian Programs $193.7 Disaster Assistance $32.9 Food Assistance $88.8 Refugee Assistance $72.0 Revitalization and Reconstruction $177.0 Reconstruction Finance $68.0 Debt Reduction $3.0 Gorazde Road $3.0 Municipal Infrastructure and Services $72.0 Emergency Shelter $29.0 Infrastructure Finance/Commercial Opportunity $2.0 Economic Transformation and Democratic Reforms $24.6 Economic Stabilization $18.0 Democratic Reform $6.6 Police Training and Monitors $76.7 U.S. Monitors (Bosnia and Eastern Slavonia) $30.0 Training (Bosnia and Eastern Slavonia) $16.0 International Police Task Force (IPTF)-UN Assessment $30.7 OSCE Activities $15.1 OSCE Voluntary Fund for Elections $11.0 OSCE Mission Assessment $2.6 Elections and Human Rights Monitors $1.5 Demining $8.5 Other $91.4 Eastern Slavonia Peacekeeping $67.1 War Crimes Tribunal $11.6 Office of the High Representative $3.0 Open Broadcast Network $2.0 Training/Exchanges $2.7 AID Project Support and Operating Expenses $5.0 TOTAL $587.0
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