Consolidated Appeal

Tajikistan Humanitarian Food Security Appeal 2008-2009

25 September 2008

Tajikistan has experienced a series of economic, environmental, and social shocks over the last two years, which have increased food insecurity and reduced the capacity of the most vulnerable to deal with further shocks. 

Syria Drought Appeal 2008

Damascus
29 September 2008

United Nations and Partners: 2008 Work Plan for Sudan

Khartoum
18 December 2007

The dynamics of peace, recovery and conflict continue to determine the direction of UN and Partners interventions in Sudan. Within the complexities and challenges present, there are real opportunities for sustained recovery with Darfur being a notable exception. The UN and Partners 2008 Work Plan for Sudan outlines Humanitarian, Early Recovery and Recovery and Development programmes to support the continued peace processes.

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United Nations and Partners Mid-Year Review of the Work Plan for Sudan 2008

Khartoum
16 July 2008

Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Sri Lanka 2008

Colombo
22 February 2008

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Mid-Year Review of the Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Sri Lanka 2008

Colombo
16 July 2008

Southern African Region Floods Preparedness and Response Plan 2008

11 February 2008

Having hardly recovered from the floods of 2007, Southern Africa is once again facing unusually early and torrential rainfall that has so far – with half the rainy season still to come – damaged the homes and crops of about 449,000 people in Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.[1]  Among these, at least 120,000 have been displaced, more than 80% of them in Mozambique. 

Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2008

Mogadishu
10 December 2007

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2008

Mogadishu
16 July 2008

Pakistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2008 - Floods and Internal Displacement

Islamabad
8 September 2008

In August Pakistan suffered a series of overlapping crises that have led to substantial internal displacement and left hundreds of thousands in need of humanitarian assistance.  These events have come at a time when Pakistan is reeling from the effects of the global food crisis, and have served to exacerbate an already precarious situation.

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