2011

Consolidated Appeal for South Sudan 2011

20 July 2011

The first six months of 2011 brought historic changes to the territory that becomes the world’s newest nation, the Republic of South Sudan, in July 2011.  Some of these changes were foreseen and captured in the most likely planning scenario developed by humanitarian actors for 2011.  Others have exceeded expectations, resulting in a deterioration of the situation more closely in line with aspects of the worst-case scenario. 

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Emergency Revision of the Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2011

Mogadishu
8 August 2011
Mid-Year Review: 20 July 2011

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2011

Mogadishu
20 July 2011
Consolidated Appeal: 30 November 2010

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Consolidated Appeal for Somalia 2011

Mogadishu
30 November 2010
Mid-Year Review: 14 July 2010

Duration: January to December 2011
Key milestones in 2010 
Deyr (October – December) and Gu (April – June) rains
Target beneficiaries: 2 million
Funding request per beneficiary: $265
Total funding request: $529,520,029

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Niger 2011

Niamey
20 July 2011
Consolidated Appeal: 30 November 2010

La révision à mi-parcours de l’Appel Global (AG) 2011 du Niger prend en compte les faits majeurs intervenus au cours du premier semestre 2011 dans les différents secteurs de la vie socio-politique, économique, sécuritaire et leurs incidences humanitaires sur les populations en général.  Les évènements importants survenus durant cette période sont principalement liés:

Consolidated Appeal for Niger 2011

Niamey
30 November 2010
Mid-Year Review: 14 July 2010

Durée: janvier à décembre 2011
Evènements en 2011
Moissons: octobre
Semailles: juin
Elections: janvier à mars
Populations bénéficiaires: 1, 4 million affecté par la sécheresse; 203 000 déplacés internes; 24 000 retournés
Fonds requis par bénéficiaire: $133,6
Fonds requis: $187 041 759

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Action Plan for the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2011

Kinshasa
20 July 2011
Humanitarian Action Plan: 30 November 2010

Dans la première moitié de 2011, le contexte sociopolitique, économique et sécuritaire de la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) ne s’est pas écarté de façon significative de l’analyse faite fin 2010 et présentée dans le Plan d’Action Humanitaire 2011, qui distinguait deux contextes différents:
1) Zones stabilisées mais sujettes à des crises chroniques et/ou soudaines;

Humanitarian Action Plan for the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2011

Kinshasa
30 November 2010
Mid-Year Review: 14 July 2010

Durée: 2010 à 2011
Bénéficiaires ciblés: 7 500 000 personnes 
Financement requis par bénéficiaire: environ $94,9
Financement total requis: $719 289 671 

Drought Appeal for Djibouti 2011

Djibouti
30 November 2010
Drought Appeal: 29 October 2010

Duration: October 2010 to October 2011
Targeted areas: Rural areas of Ali Sabieh, Arta, Dikhil, Obock and Tadjourah regions
Key milestones:
Inland dry season: October-March
Presidential elections: April 2011
Target direct beneficiaries: 120,000 vulnerable people
Total funding request: $38,999,338

 

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2011

N'Djamena
20 July 2011
Consolidated Appeal: 30 November 2010

Duration: July to December 2011
Key milestones: Elections
Security of operations: DIS to become autonomous in 2011 following MINURCAT withdrawal on 31 December 2010
2010/2011 agricultural season: better cereal yields increased production by 116% over previous harvest
Target beneficiaries: 168,188 IDPs; 50,000 returnees; 333,298 refugees; 1,590,000 food-insecure people; 1,067,000 drought- and flood-affected people
Total beneficiaries: 3,882,568

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