United Nations-Coordinated Appeals
FUNDING REQUIRED $ 25.20B
FUNDING RECEIVED $ 11.97B
UNMET REQUIREMENTS $ 13.23B
PEOPLE IN NEED 135.3 M
PEOPLE TO RECEIVE AID COUNTRIES AFFECTED 41
Global Humanitarian Funding
FUNDING RECEIVED $ 17.98B
UN-COORDINATED APPEALS $ 11.97B
OTHER FUNDING $ 6.01B
Global Appeal Status  At the end of October 2018, 21 Humanitarian Response Plans (HRP) and the Syria Regional Response Plan (3RP) require US $ 25.20 billion to assist 97.9 million people in urgent need of humanitarian support. The plans are funded at $ 11.97 billion; This amounts to 47.5 per cent of financial requirements for 2018. Requirements are lower than in September 2018 due to revision of the Humanitarian Ethiopia and Disaster Resilience Plan (HDRP). For the remainder of 2018, humanitarian organizations require another $ 13.23 billion to meet the needs outlined in these plans.
Global requirements are $ 1.10 billion higher than this time last year. Overall coverage and the dollar was only marginally higher in late October 2017.
The Mid-Year Review of the HDRP is published today. $ 1.49 billion for 2018, as opposed to the March 2018 requirement of $ 1.6 billion to reach some 7.88 million people in need of food relief relief and gold 8.49 million people with non-food assistance in the race of the year. Despite the general good performance of this year's belg (spring) rains, the number of people targeted for relief food and cash support remains largely unchanged due to the significant spike in internal displacement since April 2018.
Security Council Briefing and High Level Missions
At a briefing to the Security Council on October 23, Under-Secretary-General / Emergency Relief Coordinator (USG / ERC) Mark Lowcock called on all stakeholders to do everything possible to warn disaster in Yemen. In a follow up note on the humanitarian situation in Yemen of 30 October, the USG / ERC thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United States, Kuwait, the United Kingdom and all donors for the record amount raised for the humanitarian appeal in 2018 which had nearly 8 million people; more than 7 million people have been treated for malnutrition; 7.4 million people and about 8 million men, women, girls, and boys.
At a Security Council briefing on the humanitarian situation in Syria on 29 October, the USG / ERC urged the Security Council and key Member States to ensure that the ceasefire holds in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib to prevent a military onslaught and overwhelming humanitarian suffering. He thanked donors for the $ 1.7 billion contribution to the HRP for Syria, but pointed out that this HRP is currently funded at less than 50 per cent.
Assistant Secretary -General / Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator (ASG / DERC)
Ursulla Mueller spoke of the steady decline in humanitarian funding for Ukraine over the years and said that the HRP for 2018 is funded at only 32 per cent. This is simply not enough to cover food, health care, water, sanitation and other life-saving assistance. ASG / DERC Mueller appealing to donors to increase their support for consolidating gains in anticipation of the fast-approaching winter.
During a joint mission to Chad and Nigeria (5-7 October) with UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner, as part of a The USG / ERC is one of the world's largest and most important countries in the world. September). He noted the importance of maintaining humanitarian response in the region
Following the visit to the Republic of the Philippines from 8 to 11 October, ASG / DERC Mueller announced that OCHA would continue advocating for sustained funding
- The Global Humanitarian Overview 2019 and World Humanitarian Data and Trends will be launched in the race of the United Nations, Geneva, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am on 4 December 2018.
Between January and the end of October 2018, country-based pooled funds (CBPFs) have received a total of $ 708 million in contributions from 32 donors (including contributions through the UN Foundation). During the same period, a total of $ 616 million was allocated to 1,071 projects with 575 implementing partners. Nearly 40 percent ($ 246 million) of the funds were allocated to international NGOs and some 26 percent (approximately $ 160 million) to national NGOs. A total of 32 per cent ($ 202 million) of redeeming funds and Red Cross / Red Crescent organizations received over 1 per cent (some $ 8 million) of all eligible funds. The largest allocations per sector went to health; food security; water, sanitation and hygiene; nutrition; Emergency Shelter and NFIs
Between 1 January and 31 October 2018, the Emergency Relief Coordinator approved $ 477 million in grants from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to support life-saving activities in 45 countries. This includes $ 297.7 million from the Rapid Response Window and $ 179.7 million from the Underfunded Emergencies (UFE) Window. A total of $ 31.6 million in Rapid Response in Zimbabwe, Niger and Nigeria; flooding in Laos; and the population influx from Venezuela to Brazil, Ecuador and Peru; Government relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The UFE 2018 second round was completed this month, with $ 30.6 million approved in September and the remaining $ 49.4 million of the $ 80 million round released in October to assist people caught up in nine chronic emergencies in Angola, Bangladesh, Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Libya,
Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Sudan.
Funding for humanitarian activities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) is at an all-time low. Nearly all agencies requesting financial support through the HRP have received less funding in 2018 than in previous years. This page is not available in English, but it should not be used in any other country or in any other country. Gaza, Gaza (2000) Humanitarian agencies appealing in August for $ 43.8 million to the Gaza crisis, particularly trauma management and emergency health care, in 2018. On 22 September, the Humanitarian Coordinator for the oPt launched an $ 8.3 million allocation from the oPt Humanitarian Fund to implement critical HRP projects, mainly in Gaza. Stocks of medical supplies are in excellent supply and depleted to almost half of requirements. Since late October, the power plant has been providing power to electricity. However, around 250 health,
WASH and essential solid waste facilities continue to rely on the UN-procured emergency fuel for running back-up generators. This year's operations have been depleted and the $ 1 million allocated by the International Humanitarian Fund for Fuel Supplies will last until the end of November.
Conditions in Yemen continued to deteriorate in October, pushing the country to the brink of famine. On October 23, the USG / ERC warned the Security Council that without urgent action, up to 14 million people – half the population – could face pre-starvation conditions in the coming months.
Assessments are currently under way, with initial results expected in mid-November. The economic crisis is raising the risk of famine. The Yemeni rial has depreciated by nearly 50 percent over the last year.
Urgent steps are required to warn disaster immediately. First, a cessation of hostilities is needed;
Second, imports of food, fuel and other essentials must be able to enter Yemen without impediment. Roads must remain open so these goods can reach communities across the country. Third, the Yemeni economy must be supported, including by injecting foreign exchange, expediting credit for imports and paying salaries and pensions. Fourth, international funding must increase to allow humanitarians to meet growing needs for assistance. Finally, all parties must engage with the UN Envoy to end the conflict. Yemen remains the largest humanitarian operation in the world, with more than 200 partners working through the Yemen HRP