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:
|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|
|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|
|CHF 2014 Donors|
|CHF 2013 Donors|
|CHF 2012 Donors|