FAO in the 2015 Humanitarian Appeals

Mid-Year Update

FAO requires USD 759 million

 

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The 2015 Mid-Year Update

Afghanistan   •   Burundi   •   Central African Republic   •   Central African Republic Regional Plan   •   Democratic Republic of the Congo   •   Djibouti   •   Iraq   •   Madagascar Locust Crisis   •   Myanmar   •   Nepal   •   Sahel  (Burkina Faso,  Cameroon,  Chad,  The Gambia,  Mali,  Mauritania,  The Niger,  Nigeria,  Senegal)   •   Somalia   •   South Sudan   •   South Sudan Regional Plan   •   Sudan   •   Syria   •   Syria Regional Plan   •   Ukraine   •   West Africa - Ebola   •   West Africa - H5N1 Influenza   •   West Bank and Gaza Strip   •   Yemen

Making a Difference in 2015

Some examples of the achievements in 2015

Countries under appeal

Funding requirements in million USD

The designations employed and the presentation of material in the map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of FAO concerning the legal or constitutional status of any country, territory or sea area, or concerning the delimitation of frontiers.

 

South Sudan

2.5 million severly food insecure

PROJECTED ACUTE FOOD INSECURITY SITUATION
(January-March 2015)
Population: 11.2 million

 FAO SEEKS FUNDING TO:

Ensure food security information, analysis and coordination mechanisms used for evidence-based decision-making

Provide emergency livelihood support for food insecure and displaced households

Increase production, availability and access to food sources in less-affected areas

Minimize the pressure of internally displaced people's presence on natural resources and the environment

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN 2015

FAO requires

UDS 89.2 million

to assist

2 800 000 people

Read more about FAO and the crisis in South SudanRead more about the crisis in South Sudan.

Syria

9.8 million food insecure

SHARE OF NATIONAL WHEAT PRODUCTION
Population: 18.2 million

 FAO SEEKS FUNDING TO:

Support staple food production

Increase household nutrition and income

Protect livestock assets

Plan and respond collectively

STRATEGIC RESPONSE PLAN 2015

FAO requires

UDS 59.1 million

to assist

1 416 000 people

Read more about FAO and the crisis in SyriaRead more about the crisis in Syria.

West Africa - Ebola

520 000 people severely food insecure

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF EBOLA CASES IN WEST AFRICA
(4 February 2015)

 FAO SEEKS FUNDING TO:

Save lives by stopping the spread of the disease

Boost incomes and agricultural production to safeguard livelihoods

Reduce risks and improve early warning systems and emergency response

Strengthen coordination to improve response

RESPONSE PROGRAMME OCTOBER 2014 – SEPTEMBER 2015

FAO requires

UDS 42.5 million

to assist

1 145 000 people

Read more about FAO and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa Read more about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

Iraq

2.8 million food insecure

SHARE OF NATIONAL WHEAT PRODUCTION
Population: 36 million

 FAO SEEKS FUNDING TO:

Secure food production and incomes

Protect livestock health and production

Increase employment for displaced and host communities

Coordinate an effective, needs-based response

STRATEGIC RESPONSE PLAN 2015

FAO requires

UDS 38.5 million

to assist

258 000 people in 2015

FAO in the 2015 Humanitarian Appeals

Enhancing Food Security and Resilient Livelihoods

 

Afghanistan | Central African Republic | Central African Republic Regional Plan |
Djibouti | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Iraq |
Madagascar Locust Crisis | Myanmar | Sahel (Burkina Faso, Cameroon,
Chad, The Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, The Niger, Nigeria, Senegal) |
Somalia | South Sudan | South Sudan Regional Plan |
Sudan | Syria | Syria Regional Plan | West Africa - Ebola |
West Bank and Gaza Strip | Yemen

In 2015, FAO seeks USD 697 million to assist around
30 million crisis-affected people in 31 countries.

To read more about the other countries under Appeal,
download the FAO 2015 Appeal.

FAO in the 2015 Humanitarian Appeals

FAO requires

UDS 697 million

to assist

30 million people

Central African Republic

1.5 million food insecure

ACUTE FOOD INSECURITY SITUATION
(October 2014)
Population: 4.8 million

 FAO SEEKS FUNDING TO:

Establish food reserves

Support emergency food and livestock production

Reinforce household resilience

Prepare and partner

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN 2015

FAO requires

UDS 42 million

to assist

1 200 000 people

Read more about FAO and the crisis in the Central African RepublicRead more about the crisis in the Central African Republic.

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As of mid-year 2015, FAO seeks USD 759 million to assist over 30 million crisis-affected people in 35 countries.

FAO can help vulnerable families better withstand current and future crises and regain their self-sufficiency, livelihoods and lives.

 

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