Country snapshot for 2017

US$6.6m total funding reported to FTS
56.1% funded through plans
43.9% other funding
data as of 30 November 2018

Trends in reported funding

The amount per year might change based on daily reports received and processed in the system
Note: "Trends from 2008 to 2018" data are currently under review. Reliable annual data can be found in the Country Page by year.

Funding by source

The graph shows the top 5 sources of all reported humanitarian funding in the Country; a source of funding can be a UN member state, an international organization, a private donor, a UN Agency, etc...

Funding by sector

This graph shows the level of all reported humanitarian funding for the Country both inside and outside the Response plan/appeal by technical area/sector

Largest UN recipients

Recipient organizationFunded (US$m)As a share of total funding (%)
United Nations Development Programme1.523.2%
World Food Programme0.812.5%
Pan-American Health Organization (World Health Organization)0.68.9%
United Nations Children's Fund0.46.0%
UN Women0.23.8%
United Nations Population Fund0.23.0%
International Organization for Migration0.22.7%
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs0.00.0%

Largest NGO, Red Cross/Red Crescent and other organizational recipients

Recipient organizationFunded (US$m)As a share of total funding (%)
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies1.726.2%
Danish Red Cross0.23.3%
Antigua and Barbuda Red Cross Society0.11.5%
Not specified0.00.5%
Swedish Red Cross0.00.0%
Priority Worldwide Services0.00.0%
Norwegian Red Cross0.00.0%
Midwest Canvas Corporation0.00.0%
NRS Relief0.00.0%

Allocations through pooled funding mechanisms

Contributions to fund (US$m)Allocations by fund (US$m)
Central Emergency Response Fund0.02.2
Funding to Pooled Funds are "Contributions"; Funding from the Pool funds to partners are "Allocations".


FTS publishes all reports of humanitarian funding to affected countries. The data displayed on an affected country page includes funding to meet the requirements of an internationally coordinated response plan in that country, as well as funding outside of plan requirements (such as Red Cross/Red Crescent activities and bilateral funding to the affected governments). This page also reflects humanitarian contributions in countries which do not have coordinated response plans/appeals.