This Revised Emergency Appeal seeks a total of some 28,667,500 Swiss francs, increased from 13,172,336 Swiss francs, to enable the IFRC to support the Hellenic Red Cross (HRC) to deliver assistance and support to some 304,000 people (249,000 “transit” phase, 55,000 “stranded” phase) until 31 March 2017, with a focus on the following sectors: relief items including provision of basic food and non-food items; basic health care including health promotion, first aid and psychosocial support; water, sanitation and …
This revised Emergency Appeal seeks 4,655,612 Swiss francs to enable the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to support the National Societies affected by population movement, to deliver coordinated assistance to some 1 million people . Due to the unstable situation relating to the migration situation in Europe, the National Societies in the region require greater support to assist the most vulnerable people and to be prepared to meet the changing humanitarian needs.
In 2016 over 125 million people living in crisis-affected countries are in need of humanitarian assistance. The humanitarian community is committed to providing aid to over 87 million of those in need. The risks to health posed by humanitarian emergencies are at an all-time high. Developments such as climate change, urbanization, population growth and worsening civil conflict are increasing the frequency and severity of many types of emergencies. Attacks on health workers and health facilities are also on the rise.
This revised Emergency Appeal reflects a budget decrease to 1,072,713 Swiss francs (from 3.5m Swiss francs) to support the Hungarian Red Cross (HRC) to continue to meet the needs of a total of 5,000 people (down from 120,000 people) in the form of direct assistance for 2,000 people for Psycho-Social Support (PSS), Restoring Family Links (RFL), hygiene and health promotion activities, and indirectly some 3,000 people through contingency planning and food and non-food item buffer relief stocks. The operation timeframe has been extended for two months, until the end of June 2016.
This Global Emergency Appeal seeks a total of 9.27 million Swiss francs to enable the IFRC to support National Societies world-wide to scale-up the response to the Zika virus disease, delivering assistance to one million people for 12 months, with a focus on 10 priority intervention areas, including health emergency risk management, preparedness, vector control, community based surveillance, community engagement and psychosocial support. This Appeal is supported and complemented by country and regional-based Plans of Action.
IDMC was set up nearly 20 years ago to provide the necessary data and analysis to drive global policy and interventions on internal displacement. Since 1998, IDMC has consolidated its role as the world leader in the monitoring and analysis of the scale, drivers, patterns and impacts of internal displacement worldwide. This role was confirmed once again by the most recent United Nations General Assembly IDP resolution last November.
Zika Outbreak: WHO's Global Emergency Response Plan
WHO has launched a global Strategic Response Framework and Joint Operations Plan to guide the international response to the spread of Zika virus infection and the neonatal malformations and neurological conditions associated with it.
This second revision of the Emergency Appeal seeks a total of 4,608,611 Swiss francs (increased from 3,233,828 Swiss francs) to support the Red Cross of Serbia (RCS) to respond to the needs of some 380,580 people (increased from 293,580) for an additional five months, therefore extending the operation until 9 September 2016.
This Emergency Appeal is being revised and now seeks 5,927,821 Swiss francs in cash to be channelled multilaterally through this appeal to support the Red Cross Society of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to respond to the needs of 250,000 people over the coming twelve months. This revised appeal extends the operational timeframe until the end of September to provide longer-term support to vulnerable migrants and increases the budget to cover the extension of that support.
This Emergency Appeal seeks 2,601,799 Swiss francs to support the Croatian Red Cross (CRC) to respond to the needs of 175,000 vulnerable migrants over the coming six months. The CRC’s operation will focus on the distribution of food and non-food items (NFIs); the distribution of hygiene items and provision of psychosocial support; protection activities, including screening and referral; restoring family links (RFL) and National Society capacity building.
This document outlines the strategy of the Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) for the enhancement of technical cooperation to Member States in light of the rapid regional dissemination of Zika virus since November 2015. This technical cooperation builds on ongoing efforts to strengthen the detection, prevention, and response to arboviral illnesses.
This Emergency Appeal seeks a total of 2,380,409 Swiss francs (CHF) to enable the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to support the National Societies in the Americas region to deliver assistance and support to 200,000 people through direct intervention and 1 million people through indirect community engagement, with a focus on health, water, sanitation, hygiene promotion and preparedness. This regional Emergency Appeal is launched on a preliminary basis pending further assessment and revision in the coming weeks.
AVANT-PROPOS DU DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL DE L’UNICEF
Action humanitaire pour les enfants en 2016
Le nombre d’enfants pris au piège des crises humanitaires dans le monde est stupéfiant et donne à réfléchir. Près de 250 millions de garçons et de filles vivent dans des pays frappés par des conflits violents, qui durent souvent depuis longtemps.
PRÓLOGO DEL DIRECTOR EJECUTIVO
Acción Humanitaria para la Infancia 2016
El número de niños atrapados en crisis humanitarias alrededor del mundo es desconcertante y desolador.
Cerca de 250 millones de niños viven en países afectados por la violencia, a menudo conflictos prolongados en el tiempo.
En 2015, millones de niños y familias tuvieron que abandonar sus hogares para huir de la violencia, persecución y miseria, demasiadas veces arriesgando sus vidas en busca de seguridad y de un futuro mejor.
Regional Office 2016 Requirements: US$3,500,000
Regional Office 2016 Requirements: US$6,650,000
Regional Office 2016 Requirements: US$2,600,000
2016 Requirements: US$4,209,600