Flash Appeal

Flash Appeal for Nicaragua 2011

Managua
28 October 2011

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Flash Appeal for El Salvador 2011

San Salvador
24 October 2011

The arrival of Tropical Depression12E in El Salvador on 10 October 2011 brought unprecedented heavy rainfall, accumulating more rain than Hurricane Mitch in 1998, and exceeds rain levels registered in the last 50 years.

Revision of the Nicaragua Flash Appeal 2011

Managua
14 December 2011

During the last two weeks of October 2011, heavy rains associated with Tropical Depression 12E caused flooding and landslides throughout Nicaragua. National emergency was declared by the president Daniel Ortega on October 17.  Due to the magnitude of the damage caused by the flooding, the Government requested the activation of the international assistance mechanisms managed by the United Nations.

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Mongolia Dzud Appeal 2010

Ulaanbaatar
11 May 2010

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Flash Appeal for Guatemala Food Insecurity 2010

Guatemala
6 March 2010

Duration: March to August 2010
Key milestones
Planting seasons: March- June and August- September
Harvest season: January- March
Rainy season: May- November
Target beneficiaries: 136,000 families
Funding requested per beneficiary: $50 
Total funding requested: $34,193,050

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Revision: Pakistan Floods Relief and Early Recovery Response Plan (November 2010)

Islamabad
5 November 2010
Flash Appeal: 11 August 2010

Duration: August 2010 to August 2011
Main areas affected
20 million people in the six  provinces of:
Punjab: 8,200,000
Sindh: 7,000,000
KP: 3,800,000
Balochistan: 1,370,000
AJK: 200,000
Gilgit Baltistan: 100,000
Key milestones Official end of monsoon season rabi (spring harvest) and kharif (fall harvest)
Planting for rabi: Sept-Oct
Start of winter
Target beneficiaries
WASH: 14 million
Health: 11 million

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Pakistan Initial Floods Emergency Response Plan 2010

Islamabad
11 August 2010

Affected population: 14 million people
Affected areas
Baluchistan
Federally Administered Tribal Areas
Gilgit-Baltistan
Khyber Pakthunkhwa
Pakistan-Administered Kashmir
Punjab
Sindh
Key sectors for response
Food
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Health
Shelter/Non-Food Items
Total funding requested: $460 million

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Extended and Revised Flash Appeal for Kyrgyzstan 2010

Bishkek
18 November 2010
Revised Flash Appeal: 23 July 2010

Duration: until 30 June 2011
Affected population in directly-affected areas  
1,495,100 people, including: 218,280 children under 6; 71,765 above 65 years; 712,319 women; 355,000 IDPs/returnees/hosts
Affected population in indirectly-affected areas 
3,811,000 people, including: 552,595 children under 6; 182,928 above 65 years; 1,940,820 women
Areas targeted by Flash Appeal  Directly-affected areas: Osh, Jalalabad and Batken Provinces

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Revision of the Flash Appeal for Kyrgyzstan 2010

Bishkek
23 July 2010
Flash Appeal: 18 June 2010

Duration: 6 months
Affected population
Total population of the affected areas of Osh and Jalal-Abad Provinces – 1,212,000 (pre-crisis)
Areas targeted
Osh and Jalal-Abad  Cities and affected areas in Osh and Jalal-Abad Provinces
Key sectors for response 
Health, Food security, Shelter, Protection,  WASH, Education, Early Recovery
Key target beneficiaries 

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Flash Appeal for Kyrgyzstan 2010

Bishkek
18 June 2010

Planning and budgeting horizon: six months
Areas targeted by Flash Appeal: Osh and Jalal-Abad Provinces of Kyrgyzstan
Key clusters for response
Health, Food security, Shelter, Protection, Education, Early Recovery,
Target beneficiaries (approximate figures)
300,000 IDPs
Up to 765,300 people indirectly affected or in host communities
Funding requested per beneficiary: Approximately $73

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