Welcome to the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Financial Tracking Service (FTS). We record all reported humanitarian aid contributions – with a special focus on strategic response plans (SRPs) and appeals.
Funding to 2015 response plans
Afghanistan 2015
$405 million
$83 million
21 %
Burkina Faso 2015
$99 million
$5.6 million
6 %
Cameroon 2015
$264 million
$4.9 million
2 %
Central African Republic 2015
$613 million
$69 million
11 %
Chad 2015
$541 million
$4.7 million
1 %
Democratic Republic of the Congo 2015
$692 million
$66 million
9 %
Emergency Response Plan for Vanuatu Tropical Cyclone Pam
$30 million
$6.4 million
21 %
Gambia 2015
$24 million
$0
0 %
Guatemala 2015
$24 million
$7.1 million
30 %
Honduras 2015
$13 million
$0
0 %
Iraq 2014-2015
$2.23 billion
$878 million
39 %
Libya Humanitarian Appeal 2014-2015
$36 million
$9.8 million
27 %
Mali 2015
$377 million
$54 million
14 %
Mauritania 2015
$105 million
$5.4 million
5 %
Myanmar 2015
$190 million
$15 million
8 %
Niger 2015
$376 million
$61 million
16 %
Nigeria 2015
$100 million
$10 million
10 %
occupied Palestinian territory 2015
$705 million
$158 million
22 %
Republic of South Sudan 2015
$1.81 billion
$160 million
9 %
Sahel Regional 2015
$10 million
$0
0 %
Senegal 2015
$59 million
$4.3 million
7 %
Somalia 2015
$863 million
$74 million
9 %
South Sudan regional refugee response plan (Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda components)
$658 million
$35 million
5 %
Sudan 2015
$1.04 billion
$50 million
5 %
Syria regional refugee and resilience plan (3RP) 2015
$4.53 billion
$291 million
6 %
Syria Response Plan 2015
$2.89 billion
$271 million
9 %
Ukraine 2015
$316 million
$21 million
7 %
Yemen 2015
$748 million
$60 million
8 %
Requested More
Committed/Contributed
2015 RESPONSE PLAN OVERVIEW *
(as of 28 Mar 2015)
Requirements: $18.69 billion
Funding: $1.62 billion
% covered: 9 %
Unmet requirements: $17.07 billion

TOP 5 DONORS TO RESPONSE PLANS IN 2015 (as of 28 Mar 2015 )
TOP 5 RECIPIENT EMERGENCIES IN 2015
(as of 28 Mar 2015)
TOP 5 UNDERFUNDED RESPONSE PLANS IN 2015 (as of 28 Mar 2015 )