Humanitarian aid contributions

2018 Regional Refugee Response Plans:  Burundi Regional Refugee Response Plan 2018, Democratic Republic of Congo Regional Refugee Response Plan 2018Nigeria Regional Refugee Response Plan 2018, South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plan 2018

Please note that the above map does not feature regional response plans or regional emergencies.

Syria Crisis 2018: Syria crisis 2018 - funding overview

Funding for 2018 from top 10 donors globally

DonorFunding (US$m)% as a share of global funding
United States of America, Government of2,358.616.5%
European Commission2,054.814.4%
United Kingdom, Government of1,318.39.2%
European Commission - EU Facility for Refugees in Turkey852.16.0%
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of), Government of771.35.4%
Germany, Government of764.55.3%
United Arab Emirates, Government of732.65.1%
Canada, Government of629.64.4%
Sweden, Government of554.93.9%
Japan, Government of380.22.7%

Funding progress on 2018 appeals

US$25.33bn requested

US$9.84bn funded

US$15.49bn still needed

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FTS is a centralized source of curated, continuously updated, fully downloadable data and information on humanitarian funding flows. Government donors, UN-administered funds, UN agencies, NGOs and other humanitarian actors and partners exchange data and information with FTS in order to provide:

  • visibility of their financial contributions to humanitarian activities
  • a timely and continuously updated picture of funding flows between donors (government and private) and operational humanitarian actors (UN agencies, the Red Cross Movement, NGOs and CSOs)
  • timely monitoring of funding progress against humanitarian response plan (HRP) and appeal requirements.

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