2011

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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FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Revision of the Sri Lanka Flash Appeal 2011

Colombo
25 March 2011
Flash Appeal: 18 January 2011

Duration: January to June 2011
Affected population
1,256,900 people, including: 125,690 children under five years; 641,019 women;
Areas targeted
18 flood-affected districts
Key target beneficiaries: (approximate figures) 1,256,900 people, including:
500,000 for food, agriculture and livelihoods
235,000 for WASH
52,000 for shelter
1,256,900 for health and nutrition
283,400 students for education

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

Lien ReliefWeb
Country Page

Sri Lanka Floods Flash Appeal 2011

Colombo
18 January 2011

Duration: January to June 2011
Affected population
1,055,262 people, including: 10,600 children under five years; 527,631 women; 362,646 people in evacuation centres
Areas targeted
12 flood-affected districts
Key target beneficiaries
(approximate figures) 1,055,262 people, including:
• 500,000 for food
• 1,062,000 for WASH
• 1,062,000 for health & nutrition
• 751,200 for livelihoods

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

Lien ReliefWeb
Country Page

Pakistan Rapid Response Plan Floods 2011 (September 2011 - March 2012)

Islamabad
18 September 2011

Affected population: 5.4 million people
Affected areas 
Balochistan and Sindh Provinces
Key sectors for response
Food; WASH; Health; Shelter/Non-Food Items
Total funds requested: $356.7 million

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FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Revision of the Namibia Flash Appeal 2011 (April - October 2011)

Windhoek
8 August 2011
Flash Appeal: 14 April 2011

Duration: April to October 2011
Affected population
134,219 people, including: 51% women; 2,065 IDPs in camps or evacuation centres
Areas targeted  
Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene,  Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana,  and Oshikoto Regions
Key target beneficiaries
134,219 people for food aid; 2,065 displaced people in relocation centres; 77,000 people for agriculture; 25,000 children for health and nutrition; 1,000 for CCCM

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

 

Namibia Flash Appeal (April - October 2011)

Windhoek
14 April 2011

Duration: April to October 2011
Affected population
100,000 – 200,000 people, including: up to 10% of the population; 51% women; 60,000  IDPs in camps or evacuation centres
Areas targeted by Flash Appeal  
Seven flood-affected regions in the north (Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene, Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana, Oshikoto) 
Key sectors for response
Health and Nutrition, WASH, Protection, Education, Food Security, CCCM, Coordination

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Revision of the Regional Flash Appeal for the Libyan Crisis (March - December 2011)

Tripoli
18 May 2011
Regional Flash Appeal: 5 March 2011

Planning and budgeting horizon: March to September 2011
Areas targeted
Eastern Libya
Western Libya as access allows
Tunisian and Egyptian borders
Limited areas in countries of return for support to returning migrants
Key target beneficiaries
1.66 million people overall; 1.16 million inside Libya, including over 460,000 IDPs; 500,000 people outside Libya
Funding requested per beneficiary: Approx. $254 

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

Regional Flash Appeal for the Libyan Crisis (March - December 2011)

Tripoli
5 March 2011

Planning and budgeting horizon: March to June 2011
Areas targeted by Flash Appeal
Libyan border areas with Tunisia, Egypt and Niger
Zones inside Libya (primarily in the east) accessible by humanitarian agencies
Key target beneficiaries
Projected total of 400,000 people leaving Libya; 600,000 inside Libya expected to need humanitarian aid
Funding requested per beneficiary: Approximately $160 
Total funding requested: $160,256,548

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

 

Chapeau of the Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Appeal for 2011

Geneva
20 July 2011

Humanitarian country teams in each crisis with a consolidated appeal (or comparable concerted action plan) have completed their mid-year reviews, compiling information on outputs to date compared to the targets stated in their plans for 2011, analyzing key humanitarian indicators and trends, re-calibrating their strategies and re-validating the detailed operational plans and funding requests.  This document summarizes trends, innovations, and (in the second part) each country’s mid-year review.

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