Country snapshot for 2016

US$258.2m total funding reported to FTS
US$193.1m funded through plans
US$65.1m other funding
data as of 17 May 2018

Response plans/appeals

Trends in reported funding

Figures for the current year represent amounts for the year to date.

Funding by source

Funding by sector

Largest UN recipients

Recipient organizationFunded (US$m)As a share of total funding (%)
World Food Programme36.414.1%
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees30.311.7%
United Nations Children's Fund22.08.5%
Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations13.45.2%
United Nations Mine Action Service6.52.5%
World Health Organization5.12.0%
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs2.91.1%
International Organization for Migration2.81.1%
United Nations Population Fund1.50.6%
UN Agencies0.00.0%

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

Recipient organizationFunded (US$m)As a share of total funding (%)
International Committee of the Red Cross31.912.4%
International Medical Corps6.82.6%
Norwegian Refugee Council5.42.1%
The Mentor Initiative5.22.0%
Action Contre la Faim5.01.9%
Solidarit├ęs International4.51.7%
Oxfam Intermon4.11.6%
World Vision International3.91.5%
Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)3.71.4%

Allocations through pooled funding mechanisms

Contributions to fund (US$m)Allocations by fund (US$m)
Central African Republic Humanitarian Fund35.711.8
Central Emergency Response Fund0.012.0


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.