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Annual Report Colombia ERF 2012

The Colombia Emergency Response Fund (ERF) is an important tool to provide assistance to the victims of conflict and disasters in the country. After an external evaluation in October 2012 (part of the Global
Evaluation of ERFs), the Fund’s Advisory Board has reviewed its targeting criteria and is ready to use the funds to respond to complex emergencies, while continuing support in response to natural disasters. The ERF has reached 16,700 people in 2012, including IDPs and vulnerable groups such as indigenous peoples and afro-descendant communities.

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Original Publication Date: 
21 Aug 2013
Document type: 
Annual Report
Location(s): 
Bogotá, D.C.
Theme(s): 
Accountability to Affected Populations
Age
Conflict
Disaster management
Early Recovery
Field coordination
Gender
Humanitarian Access
Humanitarian Assistance
Humanitarian Financing
Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC)
Inter-Cluster Coordination
Internally Displaced People (IDPs)
Livelihood
Mental Health / Psycho Social Support
Mine Action
Natural Disasters
Needs Assessment
Safety & Security
Technical co-operation with other countries
Coordination hub(s): 
Equipo Humanitario Antioquia
Equipo Humanitario Arauca
Equipo Humanitario Chocó
Equipo Humanitario Córdoba
Equipo Humanitario Nariño
Equipo Humanitario Norte de Santander
Equipo Humanitario Putumayo
Equipo Humanitario Suroriente
Equipo Humanitario Valle del Cauca y Cauca