Response plan/appeal snapshot 2017

US$43.0m total requirements of plan
26.8%
73.2%
US$11.5m funded through this plan
US$31.5m unmet requirements
US$16.5m total funding to Djibouti (2017)
69.9%
30.1%
US$11.5m funded through this plan
US$5.0m 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 of7.262.4%
World Food Programme2.118.0%
Canada, Government of0.65.2%
Japan, Government of0.54.2%
European Commission0.32.8%
France, Government of0.32.3%
Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of), Government of0.21.9%
Luxembourg, Government of0.21.8%
Not specified0.11.1%
Intergovernmental Authority on Development0.00.3%

Funding progress by cluster

Funding progress by cluster/sector

Cluster/SectorRequired (US$m)Funded (US$m)Coverage (%)
Education0.70.116.6%
Food Security9.44.144.1%
Health2.00.00.0%
Multi-sector for Refugees18.55.831.4%
Nutrition3.21.134.5%
Protection6.10.00.0%
WASH3.00.00.0%
Not specifiedn/a0.3n/a

Funding progress of refugee response projects, grouped by cluster

Funding progress of refugee response projects, grouped by cluster

Cluster/SectorRequired (US$m)Funded (US$m)Coverage (%)
Education0.70.116.6%
Food Security3.62.158.9%
Multi-sector for Refugees18.55.831.4%
Protection0.50.00.0%

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.