About FTS
The Financial Tracking Service (FTS) is a global, real-time database that records all reported international humanitarian aid contributions (including NGOs and the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement, bilateral aid, in-kind aid, and private donations). FTS focuses on strategic response plans (SRPs) and refugee response plans (RRPs) because they cover the major humanitarian crises and because their funding requirements are well defined – which allows us to indicate the extent to which populations in crisis receive humanitarian aid in relation to need. 
FTS is managed by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). All FTS data is provided by donors or recipient organisations.

For more information on how to use FTS, please have a look at our video tutorials on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/OCHAFTS.

If you require more information about FTS content, data, procedures and definitions, please see the links below.
(as of 05 Mar 2015)
Requirements: $15.02 billion
Funding: $0.67 billion
% covered: 4 %
Unmet requirements: $14.35 billion

Requirements figures are currently being finalised in the database and are expected to exceed $16.4 billion as per the Global Humanitarian Overview 2015. An expected additional requirement of $3 billion will be added to include Syria & Yemen. In February 2015, a plan will also come online for Djibouti.
TOP 5 DONORS TO RESPONSE PLANS IN 2015 (as of 05 Mar 2015 )
(as of 05 Mar 2015)
TOP 5 UNDERFUNDED RESPONSE PLANS IN 2015 (as of 05 Mar 2015 )