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Filtered funding:US$15,160,381
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Flow IDsort ascending Destination org. Description Sector Amount (US$) Funding status
180297
Save the Children
Enhancing the humanitarian resilience of internally displaced children in Central Rakhine through integrated WASH and psychosocial measures
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
180812
German Red Cross
Basic health for Venezuelan migrants and those affected by the internal Colombian conflict on the Venezuelan border, with a focus on Norte de Santander2018: 25.000,00 € 2019: 400.000,00 € 2020: 325.000,00 €
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
180845
German Red Cross
Basic health for Venezuelan migrants and those affected by the internal Colombian conflict on the Venezuelan border, with a focus on Norte de Santander 2018: 25.000,00 € 2019: 400.000,00 € 2020: 325.000,00 € (2020 portion)
Health | Protection
378,788
Commitment
186708
German Red Cross
Contribute to strengthening the humanitarian dimension of disaster risk reduction in an international context
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
186710
German Red Cross
Contribute to strengthening the humanitarian dimension of disaster risk reduction in an international context (2020 portion)
362,974
Commitment
187049
ZIF - Center for International Peace Operations
Promote international humanitarian capabilities at the United Nations by strengthening and developing standby partnerships and supporting training activities
510,968
Commitment
191335
Save the Children
Integrated nutrition, health and WASH measures for conflict-affected children and families
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
191337
Save the Children
Integrated nutrition, health and WASH measures for conflict-affected children and families (2020 portion)
Food Security | Health | Nutrition | Water Sanitation Hygiene
2,587,213
Commitment
192206
Save the Children
Enhancing the humanitarian resilience of internally displaced children in Central Rakhine through integrated WASH and psychosocial measures
Protection | Water Sanitation Hygiene
324,113
Commitment
192878
Save the Children
Provide psychosocial and nutritional services to pregnant / breastfeeding women and toddlers in camps in northeastern Syria. 2019: 1,000,000 €; 2020: 300,000 €
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
192880
Save the Children
Provide psychosocial and nutritional services to pregnant / breastfeeding women and toddlers in camps in northeastern Syria. 2019: 1,000,000 €; 2020: 300,000 € (2020 portion)
Nutrition | Protection
333,704
Commitment
193283
Save the Children
Integrated community-based management of acute malnutrition, cash and WASH services in the Korahe zone of the Somali region. 2019: 900,000 €; 2020: 450,000 €
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
193285
Save the Children
Integrated community-based management of acute malnutrition, cash and WASH services in the Korahe zone of the Somali region. 2019: 900,000 €; 2020: 450,000 € (2020 portion)
Nutrition | Water Sanitation Hygiene
500,556
Commitment
196939
German Red Cross
Strengthening and developing international humanitarian aid and the international humanitarian system
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
196941
German Red Cross
Strengthening and developing international humanitarian aid and the international humanitarian system (2020 portion)
Early Recovery | Emergency Shelter and NFI | Food Security | Health | Housing, Land and Property | Protection | Water Sanitation Hygiene
4,661,515
Commitment
203034
Save the Children
Improving access to health, nutrition, WASH, education, child protection and cash benefits for vulnerable children and their families in Somalia (program-based project funding)
(shared on boundary)
Commitment
203035
Save the Children
Improving access to health, nutrition, WASH, education, child protection and cash benefits for vulnerable children and their families in Somalia (program-based project funding) (2020 portion)
Child Protection | Food Security | Health | Nutrition | Water Sanitation Hygiene
5,500,550
Commitment
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