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Established Dec 1995, when officially sanctioned under resolution 50-19 of the General Assembly of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), following proposal, 16 Oct 1993, by President Carlos Saúl Menem of Argentina and endorsement, Dec 1994, by General Assembly resolution 49-139-B. Strategic coordination the responsibility of E-XE3242 - United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Adopted by D-XD3030 - OAS, 1995, under resolution AG/RES 1351 XXV-O/95. Both resolutions adopted again, Jun 2018 (OAS) and December 2018 (UN).
Design and implement humanitarian assistance; provide a supporting role within the framework of post-crisis missions of the United Nations; respond to socio-natural disasters, conflicts, and emergency situations; take part in associated restoration, reconstruction and development tasks; promote risk prevention and management.
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A unit of the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship. Comprises civilian units recruited and funded on a national basis, trained and deployed by White Helmets and, in some cases, by the United Nations.
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