The money comes on top of the £240 million ($360 million) already allocated by the UK government to Iraq. This comprises £90 million ($135 million) from the budget of the Department for International Development (DfID), £120 million ($180 million) given to DfID by the Treasury and £30 million ($45 million) given to the Ministry of Defence by Brown, to help it carry out its humanitarian obligations under the Geneva convention and Hague regulations.