Consolidated Appeal

Consolidated Appeal for South Sudan 2014-2016

14 November 2013

FOREWORD
A new direction for humanitarian action

Though still fragile, the situation in South Sudan has the potential to improve in 2014 and beyond. Violence, while still high, is causing fewer deaths and displacing fewer people in more areas of the country than in previous years. The surge of refugees and returnees crossing into South Sudan has begun to subside. Food security is improving. For the first time since 2011, needs are no longer increasing.

Mid-Year Review of the UN and Partners Work Plan for Sudan 2013

Khartoum
22 July 2013

This mid-year review of the 2013 United Nations and Partners Work Plan for Sudan comes at a challenging time for the humanitarian community and for the people of Sudan. There has been significant and worrying new displacement; fighting between Government forces and armed groups has increased, as has inter- and intra-tribal conflict; the situation in Abyei remains tense; access for humanitarian actors to conflict affected areas of the country is unpredictable and the funding available to meet humanitarian needs has declined.

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FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page 

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2013-2015

Mogadishu
19 July 2013

The Somalia crisis remains one of the largest and most complex in the world.  Moreover, a shortfall in funding jeopardizes efforts to build Somalis’ resilience to shocks. 

Cluster reporting tables
Cluster Reporting Table (PDF): 
1242
Cluster Reporting Table (Word): 
1241

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

OCHA Somalia Country Office Link
CAP 2012 End-Year Report

Revue à mi-parcours de l'appel global pour le Niger 2013

Niamey
19 July 2013

Cluster reporting tables
Cluster Reporting Table (PDF): 
1238
Cluster Reporting Table (Word): 
1237

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Central African Republic 2013

17 July 2013

The Central African Republic (CAR) has suffered from repeated armed conflict over the past decade.  CAR remains one of the poorest countries with some of the lowest socio-economic indicators despite its economic potential and vast wealth of natural resources. 

With a population of 4.6 million (approximately seven inhabitants per km2) and an annual population growth rate of 1.8% CAR continues to face development challenges and unprecedented politico-military instability.

Cluster reporting tables
Cluster Reporting Table (PDF): 
1222
Cluster Reporting Table (Word): 
1221

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page 

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory 2013

Gaza
16 July 2013

The humanitarian situation in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) during the first five months of 2013 remained unchanged as the key drivers of vulnerability remained in place. The protracted crisis in the oPt is compounded by recurrent conflict (especially in Gaza) and natural disasters, which increase humanitarian needs. For example, the escalation in hostilities in Gaza and southern Israel in November 2012, and the severe storm that hit the oPt in January 2013 both exacerbated pre-existing vulnerabilities, and in some cases generated new needs.

Cluster reporting tables
Cluster Reporting Table (PDF): 
1240
Cluster Reporting Table (Word): 
1239

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page 

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