2009

Mid-Year Review of the Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Sri Lanka 2009

Colombo
21 July 2009

Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Sri Lanka 2009

Colombo
12 February 2009

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2009

Mogadishu
21 July 2009

During the six months following the launch of the 2009 Consolidated Appeal, significant changes occurred in the political arena while the humanitarian situation in Somalia remained much the same.  The overall food security situation in Somalia was the worst seen in 16 years and continued to deteriorate, with 43% of the population – 3.2 million people – remaining in need of humanitarian and livelihood assistance. 

Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2009

Mogadishu
19 November 2008

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Revision of the Flash Appeal for Philippines 2009

Manila
16 November 2009

Flash Appeal for Philippines 2009

Manila
16 November 2009

Flash Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory- Gaza 2009

Gaza
2 February 2009

Between December 27 and January 18, Israeli forces conducted a major combined military operation in the Gaza Strip.  The operation lasted for 23 days and comprised bombardment by land, sea and air and incursions into Gaza by Israeli troops.  Before and during that period, Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups fired rockets from Gaza into Israel, and engaged Israeli troops in Gaza during the ground invasion.

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory 2009

Gaza
21 July 2009

Consolidated Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory 2009

Gaza
19 November 2008

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Transition Appeal for Nepal 2009

Kathmandu
21 July 2009

Significant humanitarian needs remain in Nepal due to a combination of national and global factors: a particularly severe winter drought, ongoing civil and political tensions, chronic underlying vulnerabilities, and susceptibility to sudden-onset natural disasters, compounded by the global financial, fuel, and food crises of the recent months.

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