Zimbabwe Flash Appeal 2019 / 2020

Totals

Total incoming funding: US$243,579,788
Total requirements: US$467,934,732
Coverage: 52.1%
Outgoing funding: US$2,322,148
Incoming minus outgoing funding: US$241,257,640
Total pledges: US$0
Displaying 1 - 50 of 127
Flow ID Sort descending Source org. Destination org. Project code Description Field Cluster Amount (US$) Funding status Boundary
World Food Programme
Building Community Resilience through Disaster Response Management and Multipurpose Cash Preparedness (ECHO/-SF/BUD/2018/91009) $235,489 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
In-Kind: Humanitarian Assistance for Food Security Sector (USAID/FFP)
Food Security
$5,459,677 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Food Security (USAID/FFP)
Food Security
$16,200,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Food Security (USAID/FFP)
Food Security
$15,200,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Emergency livelihood response to assist drought affected households in Zimbabwe
Agriculture
$400,000 Commitment Incoming
United Nations Population Fund
Enhancing safety and mitigating risks of abuse, exploitation and neglect of adolescents, GBV survivors and expecting mothers in districts affected by drought
Protection-GBV sub-sector
$200,583 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Strengthening Emergency Health Response to Drought Affected Districts (19-RR-CEF-016)
WASH
$1,188,633 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Improving Psychosocial Wellbeing of Children, Adolescent Girls and Young Mothers at risk of exploitation and abuse in families affected by food insecurity in Chitungwiza, Binga, Epworth and Rushinga
Child protection sub-sector
$275,968 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Providing lifesaving nutrition intervention to children living in the affected rural districts of Hurungwe and Mutare and urban areas of Harare and Bulawayo
Nutrition
$580,584 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Restoring access to safe water improving hygiene practices in six (6) of the most food insecure and drought affected districts in Zimbabwe
WASH
$1,493,891 Paid Contribution Incoming
Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Emergency Assistance to Drought affected households in Zimbabwe (19-RR-FAO-005)
Agriculture
$800,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Health Organization
Strengthening Emergency Health Response to Drought Affected Districts
Health
$610,194 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Lean Season Assistance (LSA): Cash and/or food transfers to the most vulnerable households affected by seasonal food shortages.
Food Security
$4,900,936 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Rescue Committee
IRC responds to the emergency food insecurity, IPC 4 and 3, through unconditional cash transfers in favour of 6120 individuals. -Food assistance through cash distribution to vulnerable households in Chipinge and Chiredzi districts for drought victims. Revisised to add food package to cyclone victims in the same area.
Food Security
$279,789 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Food Security (USAID/FFP)
Refugees
$696,349 Paid Contribution Incoming
GOAL
Zimbabwe/Cyclone-2019: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene,Shelter and Settlements (USAID/OFDA)
WASH
$100,000 Commitment Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Support to WASH interventions for Humanitarian Response to Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe (ECHO/DRF/BUD/2019/91007)
WASH
$280,584 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Provision of Post-Cyclone Idai Humanitarian Air Services in Zimbabwe (ECHO/DRF/BUD/2019/91006)
Logistics
$283,845 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
In-Kind: Emergency Food Assistance for Tropical Cyclone Idai: (USAID/FFP)
Food Security
$305,180 Commitment Incoming
United Nations Population Fund
Enhancing safety, mitigating risks of GBV, sexual exploitation and abuse and providing lifesaving GBV services in cyclone Idai affected districts of Chimanimani and Chipinge
Protection-GBV sub-sector
$265,039 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Population Fund
Increasing Access to sexual reproductive health services for women and girls in the cyclone Idai affected districts
Health
$258,610 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Health Organization
Early detection and response to epidemics in cyclone Idai affected districts
Health
$296,726 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Providing lifesaving nutrition intervention to children living in the cyclone affected districts of Chimanimani, Chipinge and Buhera
Nutrition
$204,025 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Improving protection of children and adolescents affected by cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe
Child protection sub-sector
$267,496 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Strengthening health emergency response to cyclone affected children and women in Chimanimani and Chipinge districts, Manicaland Province
Health
$264,729 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Providing access to water, sanitation and hygiene in cyclone Idai affected districts in Zimbabwe
WASH
$800,381 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Provision of Common Services Post-Cyclone Idai
Logistics
$498,009 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Provision of shelter, core relief items to IDPs – Cyclone Idai Response
Shelter and NFIs
$250,020 Paid Contribution Incoming
Plan International
Providing life saving assistance to the people affected by Cyclone Idai in 3 districts of Manicaland, Zimbabwe.
WASH
$322,581 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Organization for Migration
PROVISION OF CAMP COORDINATION AND CAMP MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR AFFECTED POPULATION BY CYCLONE IDAI IN ZIMBABWE
Camp Coordination and Camp Management
$202,901 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Organization for Migration
PROVISION OF SHELTER AND NFI MATIERIALS FOR THE POPULATION AFFECED BY CYCLONE IDAI IN ZIMBABWE
Shelter and NFIs
$747,170 Paid Contribution Incoming
Save the Children
Life saving activities, recovery.
Early Recovery
$160,878 Commitment Incoming
Plan International
Providing Life Saving Assistance to People affected by Cyclone Idai in Chipinge, Mutare and Chimanimani Districts, Zimbabwe.
WASH
$311,760 Commitment Incoming
Plan International
(Danish Emergency Relief Fund) Flood affected children, women and their families in the districts of Chimanimani and Chipinge have access to life saving assistance including water, sanitation, health, and protection.
WASH
$427,669 Paid Contribution Incoming
Save the Children
Contribution from the CHAF to respond to Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe
WASH
$222,347 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Rescue Committee
World Food Programme
Food response through IRC activities to the emergency drought that has caused food insecurity, IPC 4 and 3, through unconditional cash transfers in favour of 6120 individuals.
Food Security
$287,224 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Humanitarian assistance to affected populations
Food Security
$429,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Rescue Committee
IRC response to the Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe
WASH
$50,687 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Organization for Migration
Provision of Emergency Assistance for the Affected Population by Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe
Shelter and NFIs
$50,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
International Organization for Migration
Implementation of improved information management for emergency response
Coordination and common services
$50,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
UNICEF National Committee/Germany
United Nations Children's Fund
Thematic Humanitarian Funds for Cross Sectoral Activities - Zimbabwe (SM1899100504)
Early Recovery
$1,344,753 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Children's Fund
Zimbabwe - Enhancing resilience of at risk communities of diarrhoeal diseaseas
WASH
$800,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
United Nations Development Programme
United Nations Development Programme
Early recovery assistance to cyclone Idai affected districts
Early Recovery
$500,000 Paid Contribution Incoming
Education Cannot Wait Fund
CARE International
Restoring Protective, Inclusive and Quality Education (R-PIQE) for cyclone affected learners
Education
$100,000 Commitment Incoming
Education Cannot Wait Fund
United Nations Children's Fund
Provision of psychosocial materials to children and teachers
Education
$113,000 Commitment Incoming
Education Cannot Wait Fund
Plan International
Enhancing Access to Education in Emergencies
Education
$225,000 Commitment Incoming
Education Cannot Wait Fund
Save the Children
Chimanimani and Chipinge Education Cyclone Idai Response
Education
$281,000 Commitment Incoming
Education Cannot Wait Fund
World Vision Zimbabwe
Education Cannot Wait in Chimanimani
Education
$281,000 Commitment Incoming
World Food Programme
Cyclone Idai Response
Food Security
$280,269 Paid Contribution Incoming
World Food Programme
Food Assistance to people worst impacted households
Food Security
$884,643 Paid Contribution Incoming

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