Resources and Publications

The South Sudan CHF in 2015 aimed to realize about US$90 million to ensure that the fund remains a strategic tool with a meaningful impact. This corresponds to approximately 6 per cent of the requirements of the 2015 Humanitarian Response Plan for South Sudan.

The CHF has to date received a total of $76.5 million from ten donor countries including the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Ireland, Denmark, Australia, Belgium, Germany and Italy. An additional $562,430 from the Government of Italy was also committed to the fund during the month of September, making Italy the newest donor to the fund.

A total of $85.5 million have been allocated since the beginning of the year, $59.7 million was allocated under the first standard allocation to 95 projects, $23.8 million was allocated to 74 projects under the second standard allocation, and $1.8 million was allocated to two projects through the reserve.

New contributions are needed to continue addressing most critical humanitarian needs. Apart from the country-level donations, individual donations can be done here:

Information on the past projects funded by the CHF can be found here:

CHF Annual Reports
CHF 2014 Annual Report
CHF 2013 Annual Report
CHF 2012 Annual Report


List of Supported Projects
CHF Supported Projects 2014
CERF Allocation to CRP 2014 Projects 2014 with Contributions from CHF


CHF 2014 Standard Output Indicators
CCCM Cluster Indicators
Coordination and Common Services Cluster Indicators
Education Cluster Indicators
Emergency Telecommunications Cluster Indicators
Food Security and Livelihoods Cluster Indicators
Health Cluster Indicators
Logistics Cluster Indicators
Mine Action Cluster Indicators
Multi-Sector Cluster Indicators
Nutrition Cluster Indicators
Protection Cluster Indicators
Shelter and NFIs Cluster Indicators
WASH Services Cluster Indicators


2015 CHF Dashboard (30 Sep 2015)
2015 CHF Dashboard (31 Aug 2015)
2015 CHF Dashboard (31 Jul 2015)
2015 CHF Dashboard (31 May 2015)
2014 CHF Dashboard (31 Dec 2014)
2013 CHF Dashboard


Our Donors
CHF 2014 Donors
CHF 2013 Donors
CHF 2012 Donors



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