Response plan/appeal snapshot 2015

US$1.60bn total requirements of plan
55.3%
44.7%
US$885.3m funded through this plan
US$715.5m unmet requirements
US$1.76bn total funding to Yemen (2015)
50.4%
49.6%
US$885.3m funded through this plan
US$871.7m outside this plan

Trends in response plan/appeal requirements

Amounts shown for the current year (far right bar) are for the year to date. No data is shown in years where there was no plan/appeal.

Funding trends inside and outside the response plan/appeal

Amounts shown for the current year (far right bar) are for the year to date. No data is shown in years where there was no plan/appeal.

Largest sources of response plan/appeal funding

Funding for response plan/appeal (US$m)As a share of overall funding to the response plan/appeal (%)
United States of America, Government of207.923.5%
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of), Government of204.223.1%
United Kingdom, Government of129.814.7%
Germany, Government of65.57.4%
Central Emergency Response Fund44.35.0%
Japan, Government of36.44.1%
European Commission36.44.1%
Netherlands, Government of26.33.0%
World Food Programme25.22.9%
Sweden, Government of20.72.3%

Funding progress by cluster

Funding progress by cluster/sector

Cluster/SectorRequired (US$m)Funded (US$m)Coverage (%)
Child Protection21.96.027.2%
Cluster not yet specified12.40.00.0%
Coordination and Security8.817.7202.6%
Early Recovery48.510.221.0%
Education17.57.341.6%
Emergency Telecommunications2.10.732.0%
Food Security791.9241.130.5%
GBV Sub Cluster6.90.00.0%
Health131.891.069.0%
Logistics39.822.757.0%
Nutrition76.981.0105.3%
Protection103.818.117.4%
Response Plan for Refugees and Migrants85.857.166.6%
Shelter/NFI/CCCM152.444.229.0%
WASH100.241.441.3%
Not specifiedn/a246.8n/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.