Appeals and Rapid Response Funds

India: Humanitarian Assistance to vulnerable and affected Communities of the COVID-19 Pandemic in India – IDN211

13 May 2021

India’s coronavirus cases continue to rapidly increase despite several states imposing localised lockdowns, curfews, and curbs on movement. Within a month, since the second wave broke out in late March, Covid-19 cases have reached unprecedented levels, with over 400,000 cases per day. The risk of getting infected with the mutated variant that spreads easily is […]

South Sudan: Response to the Complex Humanitarian Crisis-SSD211

15 Apr 2021

In South Sudan, at least 7.3 million people are threatened with hunger and urgently need help (UN,2020), as they have increased humanitarian needs. People continue to suffer in various ways from needs brought about by protracted conflict, floods, desert locusts, and the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought economic shocks. All these […]

Indonesia: Nusa Tenggara Timur Flash Floods – RRF 08/2021

14 Apr 2021

Tropical cyclone Seroja carried heavy rains and strong winds that triggered flash floods and landslides in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) on Sunday, 4th April 2021. The Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) reported 138 people died, 61 missing, and up to 1,114 destroyed or damaged houses. Residents lost their homes due to being submerged […]

RRF 07 2021 Reduction of Gender based inequalities, Haiti

23 Mar 2021

The Covid19 pandemic highlights and foster inequalities. Women’s pregnancies have increased in the department of Grand Anse. Reasons for this are: lockdown allows risks of sexual assault sometimes forcing victims to live with their aggressor, the closure of schools and reduction in livelihoods forcing women to engage in free unions or early marriages, lack of […]

Ethiopia: Tigray Conflict Response – ETH201(Revised Appeal)

15 Mar 2021

A long-standing political disagreement between the Ethiopia Federal government and the northern regional state of Tigray’s regional government led to an outbreak of hostilities on 4th November 2020. This was characterized by military action resulting in general insecurity in the region, internal and external displacements, and a disruption of livelihoods. The 2021 Humanitarian Needs Overview launched by […]

Mozambique: Response to Cyclone Eloise-RRF 06/2021

05 Feb 2021

Tropical Cyclone Eloise made landfall in central Mozambique on 23rd January at around 2 a.m., near the coastal city of Beira. It came with winds of 140 km/h and heavy rainfall of 250 mm within 24 hours. After landfall, Cyclone Eloise downgraded to a moderate tropical storm with a maximum wind speed of 83 km/hr. […]

Syria: Developing the Resilience of Affected People as a result of the Syria Protracted Crisis and COVID-19 – SYR211

01 Feb 2021

As the Syria crisis entered its tenth year, civilians continue to bear the brunt of the conflict with an estimated 6.1 million internally displaced person and 1.4 million returnees. The impact of the conflict which is large and growing pushed millions of people into unemployment and poverty. The international sanctions especially the Caesar Act that […]

Liberia: Assistance to Ivorian Refugees in Liberia- RRF 05/2021.

26 Jan 2021

In November 2020, following presidential elections in Ivory Coast, the Northern and southern parts of Liberia received thousands of Ivorians refugees fleeing clashes between opposition and pro-government supporters in Ivory Coast. To date approximately 20,651 Ivorian refugees have fled to Liberia according to reports from UNHCR and Liberia Refugees Repatriation and Resettlement Commission. The refugees […]

Indonesia: West Sulawesi Earthquake – RRF 04/2021

26 Jan 2021

A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the districts of Majene, Mamuju, and Polewali Mandar in West Sulawesi, Indonesia on 15 January.  This was preceded by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake in the same area a day earlier with several aftershocks.  The earthquake left more than 30,353 persons in the affected districts living in temporary shelters.  The earthquake […]

Brazil Summer Floods RRF02 2021

25 Jan 2021

The São Paulo State is home 45 million people ranging from very vulnerable communities to well structure urban and rural areas. From the beginning of the pandemic, it is the epicentre of the COVID-19 in Brazil, with around 1.5 million cases and 47,768 deaths until this day. By December 2020, the summer storms season started, […]

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