Response plan/appeal snapshot for 2006

Kenya 2006
https://fts.unocha.org/appeals/218/summary

FTS Public

Response plan/appeal snapshot for 2006

24-Sep-2020


US$35.3m total requirements of plan
$36.9m
$0.0
104.7% funded through this plan
-4.7% unmet requirements
US$283.9m total funding to Kenya (2006)
$36.9m
$247.0m
13.0% funded through this plan
87.0% outside this plan

Plan funding as a proportion of emergency funding

Kenya 2006
https://fts.unocha.org/appeals/218/summary

FTS Public

Plan funding as a proportion of emergency funding

24-Sep-2020


US$41.1m total funding to Kenya - Influx of Somali refugees, Sept. 2006
$36.9m
$4.2m
89.9% funded through this plan
10.1% outside this plan

Largest sources of response plan/appeal funding

Kenya 2006
https://fts.unocha.org/appeals/218/summary

FTS Public

Largest sources of response plan/appeal funding

24-Sep-2020


Funding for response plan/appeal (US$m)As a share of overall funding to the response plan/appeal (%)
United States of America, Government of8.322.5%
European Commission3.810.4%
Central Emergency Response Fund3.59.5%
Netherlands, Government of2.46.5%
United Kingdom, Government of2.36.2%
Germany, Government of1.95.2%
Canada, Government of0.92.4%
Japan, Government of0.61.6%
France, Government of0.41.1%
Ireland, Government of0.41.0%

Funding progress by cluster

Kenya 2006
https://fts.unocha.org/appeals/218/summary

FTS Public

Funding progress by cluster

24-Sep-2020


: US$0
Not specified: US$36,914,174

Funding progress by cluster/sector

Kenya 2006
https://fts.unocha.org/appeals/218/summary

FTS Public

Funding progress by cluster/sector

24-Sep-2020


Cluster/SectorRequired (US$m)Funded (US$m)Coverage (%)
n/a0.0n/a
Not specifiedn/a36.9n/a

About Appeals/Plans

Each UN coordinated inter-agency response plan and appeal has a page on FTS, which present all funding linked to the requirements of the response plan/appeal; this funding is a subset of overall funding to the affected country. The response plans/appeals are a key part of the humanitarian programme cycle (HPC) used by humanitarian country teams to plan and coordinate a response and to communicate the scope of response operations.