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seeking someone to translate document from MS Word -> HTML

[I am looking for someone to translate an MS Word document to HTML for
the CASI website.  I describe the document below]

In expectation of the UN Humanitarian Panel's trip to Iraq the UN agencies
at work in Iraq prepared short overviews of the situation there as it
related to their domains.  While some of the comments made in these
reports found their way into the Humanitarian Panel's report the original
reports do contain more detail and are therefore of some interest in their
own right.

I have a printed copy of this report (Special Topics on Social Conditions
in Iraq), which was brought back from Iraq.  I have scanned and corrected
the document and it is now an accurate MS Word 97 file.  I would like,
though, to place it on the CASI website, and wondered whether anyone had
the skills and willingness to convert the document to HTML.  This is quite
straightforward but does involve cleaning and insertion of some internal

Please do let me know if you are interested.


Colin Rowat
Coordinator, Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq

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