THE HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN AT A GLANCE
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1
Provide life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable people in Yemen through an effective, targeted response
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2
Ensure that all assistance promotes the protection, safety & dignity of affected people, and is provided equitably to men, women, boys and girls
INTRODUCCIÓN POR EL COORDINADOR HUMANITARIO
Préface par le Coordinateur Humanitaire
PERSONNES DANS LE BESOIN 2018
PERSONNES CIBLÉES 2018
FINANCEMENT REQUIS 2018 (US$)
This alert has been prepared as a complement to the indicative humanitarian needs and requirements for Ethiopia presented in the 2018 Global Humanitarian Overview.
In advance of the finalization of the meher assessment results, it is anticipated that between 5 and 7 million people will be targeted with relief assistance, requiring around $895 million over the course of 2018.
The priorities for immediate financing highlighted in this document are geared towards achieving two purposes:
The unprecedented drought spanning over four consecutive poor rainy seasons has severely aggravated the humanitarian crisis in Somalia. Humanitarian needs have increased drastically due to limited rain, large-scale displacement, lack of access to basic services and, at its root, ongoing conflict
The humanitarian situation in Somalia has continued to deteriorate due to the ongoing impacts of drought and conflict. An estimated 6.2 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, including 3.1 million who urgently require sustained, life-saving services and protection.3 Despite the provision of large-scale assistance in 2017, the risk of famine persists.
Of the 2.5 million people in need across the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), 1.9 million people will be targeted for humanitarian assistance in 2018. The financial requirements to deliver this assistance in 2018 will be US$539.7 million.
ÉVOLUTION DE LA CRISE
EN UN COUP D’ŒIL
This Emergency Appeal seeks 1,996,294 Swiss francs to support the Democratic Republic of Congo Red Cross (DRC RC) to assist some 244,300 people for 9 months in Lomami province, which is concomitantly affected by population movement and a cholera outbreak. While a multi-sector needs assessment carried out in three provinces impacted by the Kasaï crisis (Lomami, Sankuru and Kwilu) suggested a wide range of priorities, given the operational challenges, the proposed approach under this Emergency Appeal is to start with a community health response to the cholera outbreak in Lomami.
Regional Office 2018 Requirements: US$10,565,000
US$ 241,6M Nécessaires pour assurer une assistance vitale et la protection à 1 811 000 personnes dans les six mois à venir.
APERÇU DE LA CRISE
US$ 106,4M Nécessaires pour assurer une assistance vitale et la protection à 622 183 personnes dans les six mois à venir.
APERÇU DE LA CRISE
Depuis juillet 2016, le contexte sécuritaire dans la Province du Tanganyika reste préocupante marquée par une dégradation significative de la situation humanitaire. La crise s’est etendue au Territoire de Pweto et Malembankulu en entrainant le déplacement interne d’environ 940 000 personnes dans toute la zone affectée.
US$ 70,2M Nécessaires pour assurer une assistance vitale et la protection à 363 500 personnes dans les six mois à venir.
APERÇU DE LA CRISE
Total people in need: 254,500
Total children (<18) in need: 127,250
Total people to be reached: 134,000
Total children to be reached: 67,120
Total people in need: 217,000
Total children (<18) in need: 143,187
Total people to be reached: 177,602
Total children to be reached: 128,731
This revised Emergency Appeal seeks 1,149,014 Swiss francs (reduced from 1,674,188 Swiss francs) to enable the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to support the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) to deliver assistance and support to 50,000 people (reduced from 80,000 people) affected by both Tropical Cyclone Mora and landslides for twelve months with a focus on the following sectors: health, water, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH); shelter, food security and livelihoods; disaster risk reduction (DRR) and National Society capacity building.
Total people in need: 2.3 million
Total children (<18) in need: 1.5 million
Total people to be reached: 1.6 million
Total children to be reached: 983,000 million