Middle East and North Africa: Regional Humanitarian Funding Update (30 June 2012) (EN/AR)
Consolidated and Flash appeals in the MENA region received US$658 million. The largest recipient was Yemen, with US$229 million, followed by oPt with US$208 million. In total, the appeals are 34% funded with a shortfall of 66%.
The requirements for the Syria Regional Response Plan total US$193.2 million. The plan includes Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq and is currently 26% funded.
Seven countries from the MENA region contributed funds in 2012 for humanitarian appeals worldwide. The amount totaled US$43 million and went to over 20 countries. The largest donors were UAE and Saudi Arabia, with contributions of over US$27 million combined.
The largest recipients were Somalia, Lebanon and Jordan, all receiving over US$27 million combined.
The Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) distributed funds to six countries in the MENA region in 2012. The largest recipient was Pakistan with US$26.8 million, followed by Syria with US$20.7 million. Eight countries from the MENA region made contributions or pledges to the CERF in 2012. These include Afghanistan, Egypt, Kuwait, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and UAE.
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