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To provide life-saving assistance to meet the immediate food needs of the most vulnerable crisis-affected groups
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Total budget:
US $ 807.688.845
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2014-01-01
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Total budget:
US $ 840.502.130
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Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-03-19T19:23:00
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2014-12-31
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The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in the first six months of 2013 will mark a transition period to further strengthen its support to early recovery and resilience building activities in the second half for the year. Specifically, the objectives of this project are: 1. To prepare for and respond to recurrent natural and manmade disasters, in support of government response efforts; 2. To enable national and sub-national governments, communities and households to reduce hunger by ensuring they actively engage in addressing underlying causes; 3. To improve household food security and create socio-economic opportunities for the most vulnerable groups, thereby supporting the establishment of peace dividends in some areas; 4. To build resilience to recurring shocks through more integrated approaches 5. To combat undernutrition amongst the most vulnerable groups (boys, girls and pregnant and lactating women) and provide support to other at-risk groups with specific needs (people living with HIV/AIDS, Kala Azar and TB); 6. To improve access to quality education and early childhood development opportunities; 7. To promote knowledge sharing as a means of improving the sustainability of WFP’s own responses and those of counterpart government and non-governmental actors;
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US $ 647.888.846
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2013-01-01
Save lives and support livelihoods of vulnerable households whose food and nutrition security has been adversely affected by the conflict in Syria
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US $ 536.146.100
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2014-01-01
Provide life saving food assistance to people affected by conflict and drought, IDPs and vulnerable groups whose food and nutrition security has been adversely affected by shocks. Approximately 1,082,000 beneficiaries will be targeted through relief activities.; Protect livelihoods and enhance resiliency and self reliance of households and communities through social safety nets including food for education, institutional feeding, and community based asset creation. Approximately 213,000 beneficiaries will be targeted through this objective. Strengthen social safety nets to support vulnerable populations from falling into crisis targeting 206,000 beneficiaries.
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US $ 519.298.545
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2012-01-01
The core objectives are to provide: 1. protection to refugees and asylum seekers; 2. ensure delivery of basic services and 3. to support durable solutions. Specifically, under protection to secure access to asylum and international protection for asylum seekers; preserve the asylum space in Kenya and maintain the civilian character of camps. Secondly, to facilitate refugee access to basic services; and finally to find durable solutions, including voluntary repatriation, where feasible, in safety and dignity. To help it achieve these ends, UNHCR, as the lead agency on refugees, will foster strategic partnerships with key national, county and international partners, as well as refugees and host communities through their increased participation in service delivery. Livelihoods and self reliance of refugees will be prioritized and supported through training, skills development, and small business promotion. The protection of vulnerable groups such as single women who head households; unaccompanied and separated children, the elderly and disabled; and persons with special needs, will feature prominently in protection activities. The following are the key humanitarian priorities identified in the October 2012 inter agency Joint Needs Assessment co-led by UNHCR and WFP: - The capacity to ensure humanitarian access to camps, safety and provide effective protection by presence - Continued support for food security and nutrition programmes. - Investments to improve infrastructure and essential services in Dadaab and Kakuma - Protection support to the extremely vulnerable - Enhanced prevention of communicable diseases - Solution to acute and chronic shortages in refugee shelter/ housing and domestic energy - Increased school enrolment, attendance and graduation rates, particularly among girls - Support to viable livelihoods and self reliance measures
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US $ 503.174.306
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2013-01-01
WFP South Sudan will have two main objectives: 1 Save lives and protect livelihoods in emergencies, reduce food insecurity of IDPs, refugees,returnees, severely food insecure resident and other vulnerable groups; 2 Prevent acute hunger among vulnerable communities by covering seasonal food consumption gaps through unconditional, and where possible conditional, transfers, to prevent negative coping behaviours, improve access to food and enhance self-reliance.
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US $ 427.857.063
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2012-01-01
UNHCR provides protection and assistance to 430,389 refugees in Chad. Under the strategic objective (3) to deliver coordinated and integrated life-saving assistance to people affected by emergency and under the 3rd Joint Humanitarian priority, titled "Addressing the humanitarian impact of conflict", the following objectives can be identified:: 1/ To enhance the integration of refugees (both urban and camp-based refugees) into national programmes through collaboration with relevant stakeholders. 2/ To maintain basic life-saving activities, including the provision of water, food, shelter, health and sanitation services for refugees across all camps. 3/ To assure that the population of concern has optimal access to education. 4/ To reduce the risk of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and to improve the quality of response. 5/ To strengthen self-reliance of refugees through livelihood opportunities, vocational training and socioeconomic linkages with the host community. 6/ To strengthen civil registration and civil status documentation.
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US $ 399.271.794
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Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-01-30T10:54:00
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2014-12-31
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Total budget:
US $ 329.220.206
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Start date planned:
2014-02-01
Last updated:
2015-05-21T15:16:00
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2014-12-31
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Protection and pending solutions for Sudanese refugees, and protection and mixed solutions for CAR and urban refugees
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Total budget:
US $ 318.920.309
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2012-12-18T10:10:00
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2012-12-31
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To provide protection and assistance for refugees in Chad
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US $ 317.786.852
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2013-01-01
Last updated:
2014-12-05T17:52:00
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2013-12-31
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Total budget:
US $ 264.634.073
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Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-03-06T17:56:00
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2014-12-31
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Food needs of displaced and conflict-affected Palestine refugees are partially met through provision of USD 20/person/month.
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US $ 235.838.092
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2014-01-01
Improve and maintain optimum child and maternal nutritional status by ensuring access to and utilization of a quality integrated Basic Nutrition Services Package.;Expansion of women and childrens access to the Basic Nutrition Services Package and interventions linking Health, CASH based, WASH and Livelihoods Programming;Strengthen capacity of Nutrition Partners and Line Ministries to deliver the BNSP
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US $ 190.901.740
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2012-01-01
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2013-02-12T12:06:00
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2012-12-31
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Food insecure families meet their most basic food requirements through in-kind food assistance and the provision of additional food intake to school children The project comes in response to the sector objective and activities as explained below: - FSS Objective 1A: Specifically Activity 'distribute food to targeted food insecure households' and Activity 'Distribute school snacks or meals to targeted refugee schools in food-insecure areas' - FSS Objective 2A: Activity 'increase sourcing of quality food from local food producers'
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US $ 182.265.960
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2014-01-01
L’objectif de cette assistance du PAM est de sauver des vies et atténuer les conséquences négatives du conflit sur les populations dont la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle ainsi que les moyens de subsistance ont été abruptement compromis. Spécifique : • Sauver des vies et prévenir la faim des populations vulnérables affectées par le conflit au nord Mali qui ont un accès très limité aux denrées alimentaires, aux personnes déplacées internes et aux familles hôtes qui font face à une situation de déplacement prolongée, et aux communautés fragilisées par l’impact de la sécheresse en 2012; • Améliorer le score de consommation des populations vulnérables vivant dans les zones affectées par le conflit par le biais de distributions alimentaires faites dans les temps et dans des conditions sécurisées.
To provide life-saving and early recovery food assistance to approximately 2.5 million people whose homes and livelihoods have been destroyed by super-typhoon Haiyan—and who are currently living in evacuation centres and temporary shelters. WFP plans to assist around 2.5 million people with emergency food assistance, blanket and targeted supplementary feeding and expansion into asset creation with a specific focus on the families whose houses were badly damaged or destroyed by Haiyan.
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US $ 159.812.991
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Start date planned:
2013-11-13
To provide 40% to 76% of daily caloric needs to refugee families living in poverty through four rounds of general food distribution. Provide school feeding to all pupils enrolled at UNRWA schools. The project comes in response to the sector/cluster outcomes and outputs explained below: Outcome 1: Output 1.1, Output 1.3: Outcome 2: Output 2.1 Outcome 3: Output 3.1, Output 3.2, Output 3.3 Outcome 4: Output 4.1
Provide 40% to 76% of daily caloric needs to refugee families living in poverty through four rounds of general food distribution. Provide daily school feeding to all pupils enrolled at UNRWA schools. The project comes in response to the sector/cluster outcomes and outputs explained below: Outcome 1: Output 1.1, Output 1.3: Outcome 2: Output 2.1 Outcome 3: Output 3.1, Output 3.2, Output 3.3 Outcome 4: Output 4.1
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Total budget:
US $ 149.406.000
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Start date planned:
2013-01-01
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