Attachment 2 to A/50/13 - Add.



               Table 4.  Summary of the budget estimates classified
                         by expenditure groups
(Thousands of United States dollars)
Description
1994-1995
approved biennial budget
1996-1997
proposed biennial budget
  I. UN-funded staff costs

International
 20 440
 22 719
 II. UNRWA-funded staff costs

International

Locally recruited

Total
5 601

381 498

387 099
7 934

420 703

428 637
III. Other costs

General stores
20 515
24 724
Medical supplies
11 446
13 803
Automotive supplies
3 517
3 450
Basic commodities (fresh food)
1 551
1 563
Rent
2 710
2 733
Utilities
4 459
3 688
Construction
2 168
3 011
Maintenance of premises and equipment
9 139
10 947
Equipment (including vehicles)
10 190
10 050
Subsidies
14 991
18 657
Hospitalization
12 724
14 250
Reserves a/
10 045
18 127
Travel
4 773
3 240
Communications
2 106
2 278
Training
1 147
1 318
Hire of transport
908
1 567
Port and customs fees
559
2 235
Insurance
639
628
Miscellaneous services b/
9 278
12 897
Contras and miscellaneous income
 (7 803)
(11 290)
Total
115 062
137 876
Total I-III
522 601
589 232
 IV. Supplies and services in kind
 
     1. International staff costs
  4 941
  3 324
     2. Other costs

Basic commodities
71 361
72 094
Rent
265
255
Utilities
138
138
Hire of transport
1 053
341
Port and customs fees
1 671
1 180
Miscellaneous services
     20
     34
Subtotal 2
 74 508
 74 042
Total IV
 79 449
 77 366
Total I-IV
602 050
666 598
  V. Capital and special projects
 30 245
 VI. Termination indemnities
 25 400
Grand total
632 295
691 998
a/ Includes a move-savings reserve in the amount of $8,795 million.

b/ 1996-1997 figure includes the cost of 764 contract teachers at $4.069 million.
Table 5.  Staff posts by grade
Description
Esta-
blished posts United Nations
Posts per UNRWA's budget
Post provided by WHO, UNESCO and UNICEF
Grand total
1994-
1995
1996-
1997
1994-
1995
1996-
1997
1994-1995
1996-
1997
1994-1995
1996-
1997
Professional
and above

USG
1
1
1
1
ASG
1
1
1
1
D-2
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
D-1
10
10
1
10
11
P-5
16
16
6
7
7
5
29
28
P-4
36
36
16
11
9
3
61
50
P-3
15
15
5
10
20
25
P-2/1
 2
 2
 2
 2
 2
 
 6
 4
Subtotal
82
82
30
32
20
10
132
124
General Service

Other services
10
10
 
 
 
 
10
10
Subtotal
10
10
 0
 0
 0
 0
10
10
Area staff

G-20
2
2
2
2
19
11
11
11
11
18
5
5
5
5
17
19
19
19
19
16
113
116
113
116
15
155
167
155
167
14
322
369
322
369
13
86
89
86
89
12
584
613
584
613
11
293
294
293
294
10
2 949
3 012
2 949
3 012
 9
2 516
2 547
2 516
2 547
 8
5 670
6 202
5 670
6 202
 7
1 574
1 607
1 574
1 607
 6
1 885
2 175
1 885
2 175
 5
888
921
888
921
 4
154
154
154
154
 3
168
175
168
175
 2
349
355
349
355
 1
 2 812
 2 885
 2 812
 2 885
Subtotal
 0
 0
20 555
21 718
 0
 0
20 555
21 718
Grand total
92
92
20 585
21 750
20
10
20 697
21 852

Figure 3.  Local area posts
(1996-1997 General Fund budget)

Table 6.  Area staff posts by major occupational category

Occupational category
1994-
1995
1996-
1997
Increase
Teaching posts
12 339
13 174
835
Instructors
541
545
4
Professors
22
29
7
School attendants
812
841
29
Doctors/dentists
274
313
39
Nurses
592
637
45
Assistant pharmacists
128
146
18
Midwives
168
176
8
Laboratory technician/helper
118
127
9
Sanitation labourers
1 141
1 145
4
Engineers
159
160
1
Drivers
371
372
1
Social workers
169
191
22
Manual labour:
Cleaners
460
475
15
Labourers
171
184
13
Kitchen workers
70
70
Messengers
57
57
Distributers
68
71
3
Cooks
24
25
1
Launderers
28
28
Guards
368
1 246
391
1 301
23
55
Office clerks
563
586
23
Typists/secretaries
278
292
14
Education administration posts
287
290
3
Health administration posts
144
144
Relief administration posts
171
201
30
Operational services administration posts
118
119
1
Common services administration posts
256
271
15
Other miscellaneous posts
658
658
Total
20 555
21 718
1 163