Somalia: Humanitarian Funding Snapshot (as of 30 June 2014)

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from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 01 Jul 2014

Somalia Strategic Response Plan (SRP) 2014

The Somalia SRP (previously referred to as CAP) was severely underfunded as of 30 June 2014, having received US$236 million (25 per cent) of the $933 million requested. This includes $19.4 million in carry-over funds. About $697 million is required to fund the aid operation in 2014.

SRP requirements and funding per cluster

The Food Security Cluster is the highest funded cluster with 28 per cent funding coverage. Other critical life-saving clusters like health, WASH and shelter/NFIs are below 15 per cent funded.
Low funding for the 2014 appeal may compromise fragile improvements made since the famine of 2011. It could also result in reduced capacity of partners to deliver humanitarian assistance to the 857,000 people in emergency and crisis conditions, and 2 million people in stress across Somalia.

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