Appeals and Rapid Response Funds

Ethiopia: Tigray Conflict Response – ETH201

23 Dec 2020

A long-standing political disagreement between 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. In Tigray region at least 855,000 […]

Jordan: Multi-sectorial Response to Refugees, Host Communities and Vulnerable Groups in Jordan – JOR211

22 Dec 2020

It is estimated that 1.3 million Syrian refugees live in Jordan today. Approximately 85 per cent of them lives in the host communities, while more than 139,000 lives in two main  camps, Za’atari and Azraq. According to UNICEF, 86% of Syrian refugees outside camps in Jordan live below the poverty line. While poverty and unemployment […]

Honduras and Nicaragua Emergency Response to Hurricanes Eta and Iota in Central America CAM201

17 Dec 2020

  Response and recovery due to impacts of the Hurricanes ETA & IOTA in Honduras and Nicaragua   Honduras and Nicaragua have been hit by 2 consecutive Hurricanes  in a 15 days period starting in November 1st and ending by the 18TH of November. The hurricanes were named Eta and Iota.   Nicaragua,was the entry point for […]

Iraq: Building Resilience for IDPs, Refugees, Returnees and Host Communities Affected by the Conflict in Iraq- IRQ211

06 Dec 2020

The protracted humanitarian crisis in Iraq remains one of the largest and most volatile in the world. The COVID-19 outbreak hit a country already facing a humanitarian crisis, further deepening vulnerabilities and disrupting on-going efforts to deliver aid to the most vulnerable people in acute need of humanitarian assistance. More than 1.77 million people  have […]

RRF 14-2020 Colombia Landslide Dabeiba

30 Nov 2020

As a result of the intense rainfall caused by the last 2 hurricanes (ETA and IOTA) that hit the Colombian Caribbean and the La Niña phenomenon from the Pacific Ocean: The rural area of the Antioqueño municipality of Dabeiba, in 4 of its villages: Dabeiba Vieja, Botón, Mohán and El Cajón,suffered a landslide of large […]

Armenia: Armed conflict in Nagorno Karabakh – massive arrival of displaced people

30 Nov 2020

The armed conflict has put Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh in a state of crisis. According to the preliminary assessment of needs 100,000 spontaneously arrived people need food, shelter, clothing, including for cold season, footwear, blankets, pillows, bedding, sanitation and hygiene items, stationery for schoolchildren, technical means for on-line classes, cash for payment for utilities, medicament, […]

Philippines: Humanitarian Response to Typhoons Goni and Vamco Affected Communities in the Philippines – PHL202

29 Nov 2020

Barely recovering from Typhoon Goni that made landfall on 1st November,  2020 and displaced more than 500,000 people, Bicol region and CALABARZON in the eastern part of Luzon braced for another typhoon Vamco (Ulysses) on 11 November which brought violent winds, massive flooding in the eight regions within Luzon, and torrential rain-triggered landslides. Typhoon Vamco […]

Pakistan: Emergency Cash assistance to the vulnerable flood affected families in Sindh – RRF 09/2020

29 Nov 2020

As per assessment report conducted by the One UN Provincial Program Team Sindh, 2.2 million people have been directly or indirectly affected by the monsoon rains with 77,337 houses fully damaged and 137,007 partially damaged. An estimate 1.9 million acres of crops have been affected and 45,961 of livestock were lost. Mirpurkhas is among one […]

Philippines: Humanitarian Response to people affected by Typhoon Goni in Bicol Region – RRF 08/2020

29 Nov 2020

UN OCHA estimated 2 million people were affected by the typhoon Goni as it traversed across northern and southern Philippines, of which 1.1 million are poor. The Philippines’ National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) reported about 517,172 people are staying in government evacuation centers or with friends and family and estimates 27,750 houses damaged. […]

Honduras Migrant Caravan RRF07/2020

23 Oct 2020

Since September 1, 2020, news of a migrant caravan (which refers to a considerable number of migrants who take refuge in the protection offered by traveling in a group in their journey to the United States) circulated on social networks, the caravan left from San Pedro Sula Bus Station the 30th of  September.   The […]

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