Other appeals

Revision of the Cluster 2006 - Appeal for Improving Humanitarian Response Capacity

18 July 2006

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Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Appeal for Ethiopia 2006

18 July 2006

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Cluster 2006 - Appeal for Improving Humanitarian Response Capacity

3 March 2006

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Humanitarian Appeal for Ethiopia 2006

23 January 2006

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Afghanistan Drought Joint Appeal (July 2006)

25 July 2006

Afghanistan is facing an imminent food crisis due to inadequate rainfall in the months of April and May. The drought conditions will affect up to an estimated 2.5 million people living in mostly rain-fed agro-ecological zones affected by drought. This estimate is in addition to the 6.5 million people who are seasonally or chronically food insecure.

Afghanistan Drought
Joint Appeal

Extension - October 2006

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Revised Syria Regional Response Plan (RRP, January - December 2013)

7 July 2013

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Gaps for Zimbabwe 2013

Harare
9 October 2013

Zimbabwe continued making steady progress towards recovery and development since the launch of the 2013 humanitarian appeal. On the political front, the holding of a successful referendum ushered in a new Constitution in May. This was followed by peaceful elections in July marking the end of the Government of National Unity (GNU) that had been in place since February 2009, and introducing a new Government led by the Zimbabwe Africa National Union Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF).

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Sahel Regional Strategy 2013

28 December 2012

The 2013 Sahel Strategy aims to respond to the ‘triple crisis’ currently affecting the Sahel: i) the continued humanitarian impact of acute crisis of 2012 due to factors such as drought in 2011, high food prices and low agriculture production; ii) the underlying chronic nature of food insecurity, malnutrition and the erosion of resilience in the region; and iii) the current Mali crisis, which has resulted in the significant displacement of IDPs within the country and an on-going exodus of refugees to neighbouring countries.

Mid-Year Review of the Sahel Regional Strategy 2013

11 July 2013

NEEDS REMAIN HIGH

Food security and nutrition in the Sahelhave improved somewhat since the acute crisis in 2012, following better rains and harvests. However, the effects of the recent crisis are not so quickly erased.

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