Consolidated Appeal

Consolidated Appeal for occupied Palestinian territory 2006

30 November 2005

For the fourth consecutive year humanitarian agencies are appealing to donors for funding for the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). The unfortunate need for yet another appeal stems from a largely unchanged humanitarian situation. Poverty rates have increased in 2005 compared to 2004, largely because the quality of work is lower and households’ coping mechanisms are increasingly fragile.

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http://www.ochaopt.org/

Appeal for Liberia 2006

30 November 2005

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Consolidated Appeal for Guinea 2006

30 November 2005

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Consolidated Appeal for Great Lakes 2006

30 November 2005

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Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2006

30 November 2005

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Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2006

30 November 2005

Volume 2 - Projects
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Volume 1

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Volume 2 - Projets
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Consolidated Appeal for Burundi 2006

30 November 2005

 The Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP) 2006 will be launched in a new political environment, led by the first democratically elected government since 1993.  As in 2004 and 2005, the CAP will strive to ensure continued support for much needed humanitarian assistance during this period of early stabilisation and recovery.

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Strategic Response Plan for Iraq 2014

24 February 2014

Strategic objectives

Revision of the Crisis Response Plan for South Sudan (January - June 2014)

3 February 2014

SUMMARY

Violence broke out in Juba on 15 December, and quickly spread to other locations. During the first six weeks of the crisis, Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile states saw heavy fighting between Government and opposition forces. Other states have been indirectly affected as displaced people have sought safety there. An agreement to cease hostilities was signed on 23 January, but its impact on the humanitarian situation is not yet clear.

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