Guatemala

Guatemala Flash Appeal 2005 - Floods and Mudslides

Guatemala
10 October 2005

Situation

In the period from 4 to 9 October 2005 heavy rains affected the Southern Coast and western highlands of Guatemala as a result of Hurricane “Stan”, with precipitation as high as 267 mm on one day. Flooding and mudslides have ensued in many parts of the country with heavy rainfall continuing to cause damage in affected areas. 

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Field Website
http://www.onu.org.gt

 

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 of the Flash Appeal for Guatemala 2010

Guatemala
14 September 2010
Flash Appeal: 11 June 2010

Duration: six months
Affected population: 412,757 people
82,552  men
86,881  women
156,430 children under-five
86,892 children aged from 6 to 18  years old
Areas affected: 206 municipalities in 21 departments
Key sectors for response
Agriculture, Early Recovery, Education, Food, Health, Shelter/Protection, and Water and Sanitation
Key target beneficiaries
370,000 people for food

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Webpage

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Flash Appeal for Guatemala 2010

Guatemala
11 June 2010

Duration: June to December 2010
Affected population
392,600 people, including:
96,500 people in 453 shelters
Areas affected  206 municipalities in 21 departments
Key sectors for response
Agriculture, Early Recovery, Education, Food, Health, Shelter, and Water and Sanitation
Key target beneficiaries
150,000 people for food
240,000 people for WASH
27,300 people for shelter programmes
512,000 children for education

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Webpage

ReliefWeb link
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