Reports, manuals, bulletins, correspondence, and administrative orders, relating to social and economic conditions in China,
and to United Nations relief activities in China
On November 9, 1943, the agreement establishing the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) was signed
by 44 Allied Nations, including the United States, to provide supplies and services to areas under occupation by the Axis
Powers. The largest project undertaken by UNRRA was the China program which had a total estimated cost of $658.4 million dollars.
Approximately 72% of UNRRA's fund was contributed by the United States, or $474 million dollars for the China Program.That, in any area where relief and rehabilitation operations are being conducted through the employment, in whole or in part,
of the Administration's resources, relief and rehabilitation shall be distributed or dispensed fairly on the basis of the
relative needs of the population in the area, and without discrimination because of race, creed, or political belief.
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