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Agricultural Rehabilitation Division - Program Analysis and Control Branch Executive Office - Country Files

The agricultural rehabilitation planning work started under OFRRO, and the Division was established as a part of the UNRRA Bureau of Supply early in 1944.
The functions of the Division, outlined in A.O. No. 8, 15 April 1944, were to prepare requirements estimates; negotiate allocations of supplies; develop specifications and standards for supplies to be purchased; cooperate with other UNRRA divisions in achieving orderly, balanced programs, analyzing relevant reports and data, providing advice and information on agricultural commodities, and developing time schedules; and negotiate with national procurement agencies in arranging for purchase and deliveries.
At the peak of operations (about July 1946), the Division consisted of the Office of the Director and five major Branches: Field Services, Agriculture (and Fisheries) Equipment, livestock, General Farm Supplies, and Program Analysis and Control, each broken into a number of sections and units. A Records and Shipping Section, at that time a part of the Office of the Director, seems later to have been incorporated with the Progress Control Section of the Program Analysis and Control Branch.

Agricultural Rehabilitation Division - Program Analysis and Control Branch Executive Office - Country Files

The agricultural rehabilitation planning work started under OFRRO, and the Division was established as a part of the UNRRA Bureau of Supply early in 1944.
The functions of the Division, outlined in A.O. No. 8, 15 April 1944, were to prepare requirements estimates; negotiate allocations of supplies; develop specifications and standards for supplies to be purchased; cooperate with other UNRRA divisions in achieving orderly, balanced programs, analyzing relevant reports and data, providing advice and information on agricultural commodities, and developing time schedules; and negotiate with national procurement agencies in arranging for purchase and deliveries.
At the peak of operations (about July 1946), the Division consisted of the Office of the Director and five major Branches: Field Services, Agriculture (and Fisheries) Equipment, livestock, General Farm Supplies, and Program Analysis and Control, each broken into a number of sections and units. A Records and Shipping Section, at that time a part of the Office of the Director, seems later to have been incorporated with the Progress Control Section of the Program Analysis and Control Branch.

Agricultural Rehabilitation Division - Program Analysis and Control Branch Executive Office - Subject Files

The agricultural rehabilitation planning work started under OFRRO, and the Division was established as a part of the UNRRA Bureau of Supply early in 1944.
The functions of the Division, outlined in A.O. No. 8, 15 April 1944, were to prepare requirements estimates; negotiate allocations of supplies; develop specifications and standards for supplies to be purchased; cooperate with other UNRRA divisions in achieving orderly, balanced programs, analyzing relevant reports and data, providing advice and information on agricultural commodities, and developing time schedules; and negotiate with national procurement agencies in arranging for purchase and deliveries.
At the peak of operations (about July 1946), the Division consisted of the Office of the Director and five major Branches: Field Services, Agriculture (and Fisheries) Equipment, livestock, General Farm Supplies, and Program Analysis and Control, each broken into a number of sections and units. A Records and Shipping Section, at that time a part of the Office of the Director, seems later to have been incorporated with the Progress Control Section of the Program Analysis and Control Branch.

Albertville Branch Office - Cables

Series consists of incoming and outgoing cables, and code cables. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: withdrawal of troops from Baudoinville; personnel issues; procurement; accomodations; logistics; claims of damaged property; interrogation report of ex-Gendarme, who confessed to having been present at the murder of a Belgian national; imposition of the prohibition of public assemblies and curfews; negotiations for fresh vegetables in Bukavu; repatriation of refugees; movement control; elimination of Black Market frauds and business malpractice; installation of provincial government in Lualaburg; U.S. C-rations determined as unfit for consumption for ONUC personnel; civilian operations; finance; summary of events occurring in region; and filming of refugee camp at Bihwe. Correspondents include J.M. Marek; B. Twigt; B. Bernander; V. Jerkovic; Sture Linner; G. Ghaleb; S. Habib Ahmed; Carey Seward; Mr. Grindall; Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Bronsema. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Albertville Branch Office - Chronological Reference

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, cables, and circulars. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: termination of contracts; housing; stolen furniture; construction of latrines; office space; accidents; officers mess; problems with Indian Brigade; utilities; PX; salaries; theft; refrigerators; ancillary services; and missing persons. Correspondents include R. Magloire, Finance Officer; David Renwick, Accomodations Officer; Captain K.K. Puri, Indian Brigade; G.R. Tomalin, Chief Security Officer; R. Bonner, Administrative Officer; R.E. Grindall, Chief Accomodations Officer; Samuel Last, Labour Supervisor; Nils Gussing, Chief Coordinator, Refugee Camp; G. Reinle, Inventory Controller; L. Weisberg, Chief PX Officer; and J.H. Amonoo, Acting Deputy Civilian Officer. Arranged chronologically.

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