Response plans and appeals snapshot for 2012

Total funded: US$5.79bn

Total requirements: US$9.22bn

Number of organizations receiving contributions: 141

Number of donor organizations contributing: 314

Trends in response plan/appeal requirements

The percentage labels shown in each bar represent the global appeal coverage for each year. Amounts shown in the latest year (far right bar) are figures for the year to date.

GHO Funding progress

AppealRequired (US$m)Funded (US$m)Coverage (%)
2012+ Kenya Emergency Humanitarian Response Plan796.8545.068.4%
Afghanistan 2012448.6223.849.9%
Burkina Faso 2012126.185.968.2%
Central African Republic 2012124.076.661.8%
Chad 2012571.9356.162.3%
Cote d'Ivoire 2012160.7101.463.1%
Democratic Republic of the Congo 2012791.3584.473.9%
Djibouti Appeal 201279.340.250.7%
Haiti 2012151.170.346.5%
Lesotho Food Insecurity (September 2012 - March 2013)38.523.861.9%
Liberia 201297.937.238.0%
Mali 2012214.6152.971.3%
Mauritania 201292.457.362.1%
Niger 2012489.6312.763.9%
occupied Palestinian territory 2012419.9306.573.0%
Philippines Humanitarian Action Plan 201251.235.368.8%
Republic of South Sudan 20121,176.9787.666.9%
Somalia 20121,167.7657.356.3%
Sudan 20121,051.0585.355.7%
Syria Humanitarian Assistance Response Plan (SHARP) 2012348.3215.962.0%
Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2012585.6326.455.7%
Zimbabwe 2012238.4206.986.8%

Other Plans

Largest sources of response plan/appeal funding

Overall funding to response plans/appeals in year (US$m)As a share of total response plan/appeal funding (%) (US$m)
United States of America, Government of1,669.928.8%
European Commission740.712.8%
United Kingdom, Government of396.46.8%
Japan, Government of363.06.3%
Central Emergency Response Fund285.44.9%
Canada, Government of221.83.8%
Germany, Government of194.43.4%
Sweden, Government of179.13.1%
Australia, Government of128.32.2%
Norway, Government of120.32.1%
We have not constructed beta profile pages for Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), private (individuals and organizations), or country-based pooled funds yet, so where these sources of funding are listed in the above table, they are not hyperlinked. Carryover and allocations of unearmarked funds are also not hyperlinked.

Largest organizational recipients of response plan/appeal funding

Recipient organizationFunding received (US$m)
World Food Programme2,917.3
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees615.9
United Nations Children's Fund565.4
Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations210.3
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East168.8
International Organization for Migration116.7
Save the Children87.3
World Health Organization77.3
OXFAM GB65.9
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs65.5

Funding progress by sector

Not specified: US$336,716,073

CERF Allocations by response plan