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20 Dec 2017 description

Executive summary

This evaluation provides an independent assessment of the European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations’ (DG ECHO’s) interventions in the humanitarian health sector during the period 2014 to 2016. The evaluation, launched by DG ECHO in November 2016, was carried out by ICF Consulting Services Ltd, with specialist inputs from humanitarian aid and health experts.

01 Dec 2017 description

The full implementation of this version of the HIP is conditional upon the necessary appropriations being made available from the 2017 general budget of the European Union

AMOUNT: EUR 782 357 929

The full implementation of this version of the HIP is conditional upon the necessary appropriations being made available from the 2017 general budget of the European Union

03 Jun 2016 description
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Technical Annex

The full implementation of this HIP is conditional upon the necessary appropriations being made available under the Facility for Refugees in Turkey

AMOUNT: EUR 505,650,000

19 Apr 2016 description

The activities proposed hereafter are still subject to the adoption of the financing decision ECHO/WWD/BUD/2016/01000

AMOUNT: EUR 45 000 000

23 Dec 2015 description

Key messages

  • Over three decades of conflict in Afghanistan have led to insecurity and large scale displacement both within the country and to neighbouring Iran and Pakistan.

  • The European Commission continues to provide humanitarian assistance to the displaced and those affected by conflict and natural disaster, providing emergency health services, shelter, water and sanitation and livelihood support to the most vulnerable.

  • Vulnerable Afghan refugees in Iran and Pakistan benefit from EU-funded care and maintenance support.

18 May 2015 description
Afghanistan/Pakistan - version 3
Technical Annex - version 3

AMOUNT: EUR 54 307 000

0 . MAJOR CHANHES SINCE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE HIP

Second modification

For Afghanistan, due to humanitarian needs related to the conflict and the very high number of civilian casualties, the humanitarian response in all cases takes the needs of conflict affected people into consideration. For this reason, an amount of EUR 10 115 000 had to be shifted from natural disasters specific objective to man made crises specific objective.

First modification

14 Nov 2014 description
Afghanistan/Pakistan - version 1
Technical Annex - version 1

The activities proposed hereafter are still subject to the adoption of the financing decision ECHO/WWD/BUD/2015/01000

AMOUNT: EUR 54 796 000

1. CONTEXT

01 Sep 2014 description
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Afghan crisis - version 2 en
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Technical Annex - version 2 en

AMOUNT: EUR 31 500 000

0 . MAJOR CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE HIP

Severe flooding and landslides in the first half of 2014 seriously affected over 150 000 people. An estimated 8 850 homes were totally destroyed and 8 345 badly damaged. Significant impact on harvests and rural livelihoods is expected.

09 Aug 2014 description

Key messages

  • The Syrian conflict has resulted in the world's largest humanitarian and security disaster. Humanitarian needs and displacement continue to increase. An entire generation of children has been exposed to war, violence and death, and has been deprived of basic freedoms, protection and education.

29 Nov 2013 description

MAJOR CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE HIP

In order to match the needs and current context in Pakistan, in particular as relates to food insecurity and the scale and severity of malnutrition, it was decided to transfer EUR 1 300 000 from the Humanitarian Aid Budget Line to the Food Aid Budget Line.

25 Jun 2013 description

0 . MAJOR CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE HIP

The conflict in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) is classified by DG ECHO as a forgotten crisis. This already underfunded crisis has been aggravated by new waves of displacement. Since February 2013, UNHCR has registered 26,706 families (approximately 200 000 individuals) displaced from Khyber and Kurram agencies. These new displacements increase the already existing number of IDPs in the Northwest of Pakistan to over 1.25 million individuals.