In November 2004, the United Nations, in collaboration with the Government of the State of Eritrea (GSE) and the Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) community, launched the Consolidated Appeal (CAP) for Eritrea 2005 in which programmes amounting to approximately US$ 157.15 million were laid out. Funds appealed for were designed to combat continuing chronic household food security problems, raising levels of malnutrition, as well as ensuring basic cross-sectoral services to the most vulnerable Eritreans among others.
In order to formulate a solid humanitarian response to the need of all affected populations, the Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) 2005 for Côte d’Ivoire was prepared by collecting data through the Needs Assessment Framework and Matrix (now renamed the Needs Analysis Framework ([NAF]) in five geographical zones, divided into the west (Man to Tabou), the north (Bouaké to Korhogo), northeast (Bondoukou to Bouna), centre (Yamoussoukro to Daloa) and south (greater Abidjan area).
The Mid-Year Review of the 2005 CAP for Burundi focuses on summarising adjustments of specific humanitarian actions to be carried out on the basis of assessments, evaluations, and progress of implementation of activities in the first six months of 2005.
The strategy and objectives described in the 2005 CHAP, summarised below, remain unchanged to address key humanitarian needs in Burundi.
The United Nations Secretary-General launched “Humanitarian Appeal 2005”, outlining key humanitarian issues and trends and summarising the 2005 Consolidated Appeals, in mid-November last year. This Mid-Year Review examines progress made to date in 2005, analyses some of the key challenges in humanitarian financing, and highlights remaining priorities in countries and regions with a Consolidated Appeal.