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1 Swine flu in Asia on October 7th 2009, 15:55

Hello people... i'm victor from 9A and my country is australia... I'd like to know if you know how much money your country spend in the fight against swine flu!!

thanks!!

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2 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 9th 2009, 11:11

Hello =)
What my partner means to say, is whether the delegates from the other countires know how much money is being invested in to the cure for the Swine Flu pandemic.
Gabriella flower

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3 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 9th 2009, 13:16

Delegates Gabriella and Victor of Australia,

The Delegates of North Korea have not found plausible evidence of North Korea spending any investments or aid on the Swine Flu Pandemic at this time. The Delegates of North Korea will continue to search through archives and databases in an attempt to locate such investments.

North Korea will keep Australian Delegates up to date on any information regarding the Swine Flu Pandemic.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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4 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 11th 2009, 11:57

The delagte of South Korea also informed that still didn't found something about that it is doing about the Swine Flu. In June and July every where we gad information about it, but know it is not more a hot topic so I ask the delegates of Australia to update us in how many people died, how many got the flu in Asia !

thank you

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5 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 11th 2009, 13:00

The delegate of Australia had found that australia began the biggest vaccination program in its history, they had spend A$ 100 million which wil make possible 21 million doses of the vaccine

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6 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 15th 2009, 08:36

Australian Delegation,

The Delegates of North Korea would like to Congratulate Australia on thier efforts to rid the world of the Swine Flue. However, North Korea would like to be informed whether or not this $100 million investment in a Vaccination Program was to be spread across the globe or was it to be spent solely on the Australian continent? Will the vaccines be used just in Australia or will they be sent around the world as well?

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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7 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 15th 2009, 17:45

the delegate of Australia would like to say that the 100 million australian dollars of vaccines are only destinated to be used in Australia, but austrlia is gonna see any possibility to help other countries

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8 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 15th 2009, 17:53

Delegates,
Just because the swine flu is no longer in tabloids and on the news, it does not mean it is not a serious problem. We will try our best to keep each delegate up to date with the number of deaths, and affected people in Asia.
There has been a shot against the illness, recently introduced to Asia, although things have not seemed to change that much, and that is why we are trying to convince each country to invest more to find a cure.
Thanks. Like a Star @ heaven

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9 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 16th 2009, 10:41

Australian Delegation,

Unfortunately at this point in time North Korea can not find a plausible reason to support Australia's efforts in the fight against the Swine Flu. It does not help us nor does North Korea gain anything from supporting Australia's cause. However, if Australia's resolution was spread to different countries and invloved the shipment of vaccine finds to other places, North Korea may find a reason to support your cause.

Until further notice North Korea will not support Australia's resolution. Good luck on fighting the Swine Flu.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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10 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 19th 2009, 12:31

North Korean delegate,
Im sorry to hear that North Korea can not support Australias resolution, although the delegate thinks you should know that this proposal will benefit not only Australia, but every other country in Asia. Austrlaia is asking each country to agree to spend 3 million US$, from the 2 billion US$ budget, on helping to find a cure for the Swine Flu.
Thanks.

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11 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 19th 2009, 12:51

Is the delegate of Australia aware that the mutation of the swine flu is not as strong and people can fight it? most of the current victims who died already had other diseases such as heart problems and respiratory dificulties wich makes it harder for them to fight. Also the cure shot is going to be released soon therefor its not so important to invest alot of money on swine flu now.

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12 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 19th 2009, 13:44

Australian Delegation,

North Korea would like to ask if you could restate the fundings Australia Swine Flu cure. I did not understand it. $3 million US dollars total or per country? Also, did you mean that the U.S. has a total spending budget of $2 billion US dollars? Lastly, North Korea would like to know how this would benefit us exactly?

Thanks Australia!

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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13 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 19th 2009, 18:06

Dear Delegate of NK,

Each caucus has a budget previously established, meaning that all resolutions approved (when "added up") may not excede this stipulated amount. This is how the United Nations work, therefore we ( the leadership members and diretors) have decided to implement a budget for our own MUN. Having a limit in account entices students to value the importance of each resolution/step to solve global issues, and to understand the sources they have-the same in the real world.


Handbook:




"The regular budget of the United
Nations is approved by the General Assembly for two-year period (in this case,
the caucus leaders have evaluated and defined the SALMUN committees and G.A.
budgets). The budget is initially submitted by the Secretary General and
reviewed by the advisory committee on administrative and budgetary questions,
made up of sixteen experts who are nominated by their governments and elected
by the General Assembly but who serve in their personal capacity. The budget
covers the costs of the United Nations programs in areas such as political
affairs, international justice and law, international cooperation for
development, public information, human rights and humanitarian affairs.






The main source of funds for the
budget is the contributions of member states. The overall financial situation
of the United Nations has been precarious for several years because of the
continuing failure of many member states to pay in full and on time their
assessed contributions. The United Nations has managed to continue to cooperate
thanks to volunteer contributions from some countries and to its working
capital fund. "






(information
excerpted from United Nations Today)





* If you have further questions please approach me after school, or ask one of your chairs.

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14 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 23rd 2009, 10:09

Myanmar delegate,
Australia would like to know, whether the delegate considered those less fortunate (poor) people, who can not afford the suitable and required medical care. The cures we plan to put in to action will cost a large amount of money, and we hope to get it back, by charging those who do the vaccines, or attend the hospitals we create/invest in.
North Korean delegate,
Australia is currently trying to figure out a different amount of money to request, as 3 million US$ will not be enough. As soon as that minor issue is resolved, we will inform each country of the changes. It will benefit every country, as the number of suffering people and deathes will decrease imensly, and save many citizens from all around Asia.
Thanks,
Australian delegate,
Gabriella

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15 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 23rd 2009, 10:15

Delegate of Australia,
each country should buythe amount of vaccines they need and distribute to their country there is no reason for Australia to be bying for everyone that might just cause some other issue.

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16 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 23rd 2009, 12:56

Myanmar delegate,
The delegate of Australia can see the delegate of Myanmars point of view, although Australia would like to remind you, that our country has already spent over 100 million dollars on the swine flu, and we consider it to be a very erious issue.
Could the delegate please state an example of the so called ´´ issues´´ that can occur from Australia buying the treatments.
Also, Australia would like to remind Myanmar that if each country invests in to the aid, it would not be Australia that is buying it, but all of the countries who took part in finding the cure for the H1N1 virus.
Thank you,
Australian delegate

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17 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 23rd 2009, 13:04

Delegate of Australia,
did Australia spend 100 million dollars in swine flu in Asia or just in Australia?
if it were only Australia great but what difference does that make to Myanmar?
The issues might be caused are that all countries will pay the same amount and Myanmar hasn't many cases of swine flu and can't afford paying a high amount for vaccines. Also in the process of destribution of the vaccines errors can be made which might create some issues.

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18 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 24th 2009, 09:41

Myanmar delegate,
The delegate of Australia will once again ask Myanmar to state any possible issues that can be caused by handing out vaccines. We investing 100 million dollars to the whole of Asia, since the H1N1 virus is a serious issue! Delegate, please note that we will not be asking a ridiulous amount of money from each country, as we are aware of the financial crisis'. Also, some of the money we ask for, will be taken from the Asian budget... and not directly from the country itself.
Thank you.

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19 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 25th 2009, 11:24

The delegate of South Korea would like to know how much money the Australian Delegation is going to ask to the for helping to solve/help to decrease the H1N1 virus spread and how the money is going to be use? Which countries are going to be helped first? The ones with more effected people? The country with most people died? What is going to be the criterion to the vaccines distribution?

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20 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 25th 2009, 11:55

Correcting my partner, Australia spend 100,000 A$ just in Australia, but we would like that Australia could help Asia, and we are asking for money to help in the fight against the pandemic swine flu.

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21 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 25th 2009, 22:43

Delegate of Australia,
South Korea is one of the many countries affected by the swine flu in Asia just like Australia, so even though my country is planning on supporting you're resolution it depends on how much money you will be spending and how, because even though South Korea wants help it wont support if it feels that other isues are not being solved because of the of the money needed to back up Australia's resolution.
South Korean Delegate,
Marina

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22 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 29th 2009, 23:28

By Australia taking care of the swine flu in Asia other issues may be generated such as, some countries will need to pay the same amount of money for different amount of vaccines, Australia will always put itself in first place and may use the money for its benefit and not really help Asia, Also Myanmar doesn't have many swine flu problems and will be taken in consideration at the end and that doesn't really benefit Myanmar, and although Australia is responsible Myanmar prefers to take care itself to prevent problems with other countries if Australia commits a mistake. Therefore countries should take care of there own swine flu problems instead of making Australia responsible for it.

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23 Re: Swine flu in Asia on October 31st 2009, 15:57

Myanmar delegate

Australia is not going to use all money or almost all money just in itself, we are going to help the other countries in Asia, we just want to prevent deaths in Asia, not to rob the other countries, all the money will be monitored by UN and the countries which invest money in the vaccines!

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24 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 1st 2009, 23:22

Delagate of Myanmar,
South Korea's delegate is aware that you're country hasn't had any deaths caused by the influenza, but there is no reason why it wont still have since you're first confirmed case was just in the 27th of June, 2009. Australia's resolution has the purpose of helping the intire Asian continent so that the swine flu wont spread in nations like Myanmar.
South Korean Delegate,
Marina

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25 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 2nd 2009, 02:52

Delegates of Australia,
Deaths are multiplying rapidly in some Asian countries, some stated there own way of treating some didn't and some countries weren't even affected! The same money/vaccines are going to be given to every single country in Asia? Some countries there are a number of deaths that for the amount of people is a significant amount, for some a small amount and the same money/vaccines is going to be given? Some countries had deaths last week and some countries months ago, and the same money/vaccines is going to be given? Prevention is needed but saving lives that have more risks of being infected since people already were proven to die form the swine flu can be much more efficient...

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