Programme cycle and humanitarian financing documents
GHO 2016: June Status Report
The UN-coordinated appeals for 2016 require an unprecedented US$21.6 billion to meet the needs of over 95.4 million people across 40 countries. Our global appeal is currently 25 per cent funded. The World Humanitarian Summit echoed the fact that humanitarian action is woefully under-resourced and requires an immediate, effective and collective response. Underfunding jeopardizes the lives of people affected by conflict and disaster.
We are grateful to our donors for their commitment and support so far this year, and for recognizing that the UN-coordinated appeals ensure a coherent, strategic and well-planned response to crises. We stand ready and resolute to continue providing vital humanitarian assistance across the world wherever and whenever needs arise and
to whoever is in need. Donor support in the first half of 2016 has enabled us to deliver critical, life-saving relief. It is now incumbent on us to do substantially more to invest in the lives of millions of people bearing the brunt of crises around the globe.
Their needs cannot wait. With more funding, millions of displaced women, girls, boys, and men will eat nutritious food, drink clean water and reap the benefits of good health, shelter, an education and protection. Investing in the survival and dignity of millions in need is investing in our shared, common humanity.
This documents is available in English and French.
Humanitarian Funding Update December 2015
The final Humanitarian Funding Update for 2015 places the coverage of appeal funding in stark relief. HRPs, RRPs and other coordinated response plans for 2015 are funded at 52%, amounting to a shortfall of $9.6bn. This represent the largest coverage gap at year-end recorded in the last ten years. $1.7bn of further funding remains in uncollected pledges.
2015 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan Revised
This revised humanitarian response plan for Yemen urgently seeks US$ 1.6bn (including funding requirements for the Refugee and Migrant Plan) to provide life-saving assistance to 11.7mln people out of a population of 21.1mln in need of assistance.
The plan is available in Arabic and English.