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a call for humanitarian aid month xxxx
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partners; avoid giving too much
visibility of one partner vs the
multitude of actors responding.
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COUNTRY:
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customized as
needed or
removed. It could
be a slogan "a call
for humanitarian
aid", "a country in
crisis" or could
describe the nature
of the crisis.
A CALL FOR HUMANITARIAN AID
Responding to the needs of those affected
by the ongoing emergency in Country/City
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describe the nature of
the crisis.
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MONTH XXXX
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XX people in need: reflect
estimated number of
people in need of
humanitarian aid as
agreed in the most recent
Humanitarian Needs Over
view
XX people to receive aid:
reflect people targeted
for humanitarian aid in
this plan as agreed in the
most recent Strategic
Response Plans/
Humanitarian Response
Plan.
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reflect the FTS financial figures in this
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XX MILLION
PEOPLE IN NEED
XX MILLION
PEOPLE
Make TO
sure that People in need,
RECEIVE
PeopleAID
to receive aid and
XXX MILLION
REQUIREMENTS
XX MILLION
FUNDING
RECEIVED
Requirements are always included.
Timeframe: Please indicate the
time frame of the Strategic
Response Plans/Humanitarian
Response Plan, its first release
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and anyof
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Humanitarian Affairs in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period
from [DD to DD Mmm YYYY] and issued on [DD Mmm YYYY].
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whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area
or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
XX
MILLION
REFUGEES
XX,XXX
INTERNALLY
DISPLACED
X,XXX
HOMES DESTROYED
OR SEVERELY
DAMAGED IN CITY
XXX,XXX
PEOPLE IN NEED
OF DRINKING
WATER
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be highlighted in this ribbon.
The icons should be
customized according to
each relevant crisis. OCHA
humanitarian icons can be
downloaded here:
http://reliefweb.int/report/
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Situation Overview
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RESPONDING TO NEEDS
PROTECTION
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SHELTER & NON-FOOD ITEMS
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HEALTH & NUTRITION
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FOOD SECURITY
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WATER SANITATION & HYGIENE
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Summarize what actions
humanitarian partners
will do to respond,
including key figures for
people targeted.
Information can be
derived from SRP cluster
response plans.
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supimuriora ressimus.
Financial Requirements
Financial requirements: this section should present an
overview of the financial requirements by cluster including the
people targeted. If the RM document is released when funding
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This part of the infographic consists of essential facts and figures that should
always be included. Charts and graphs should be created in Illustrator and
inserted as .AI or .PDF. Guidelines in representing data can ESTIMATED
be found onREQUIREMENTS
the
BY CLUSTER
MILLION
OCHA
Graphic Style Book (pages 10-17):
FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS
REFUGEES
https://docs.unocha.org/sites/dms/Documents/GraphicsStyleBook_for_public.pdf
$ XX MILLION
$ XX
XXX,XXX
$ XX MILLION
XXX,XXX
TOTAL POPULATION
$ XX MILLION
PEOPLE IN NEED OF
DRINKING WATER
AFFECTED POPULATION
$ XX MILLION
PEOPLE IN NEED
$ XX MILLION
PEOPLE IN NEED &
TARGETED PER CLUSTER
PEOPLE TARGETED IN THIS PLAN
Camp Coordination
Camp Management
XX MILLION
5.2M
5.2M
Coordination
PEOPLE TO RECEIVE AID
$ XX MILLION
0.8M people in need
0.8M people targeted
$ XX MILLION
Number
of partners: if the plan has projects, the
Education
number of partners is given by the total number of $ XX MILLION
Emergency
Telecommunications
appealing organizations, as displayed on FTS or Online
projects
system ( OPS) if not yet published. If the Plan$ XX MILLION
Food security
requirements are based on total costing by cluster
Health
with no
total by appealing organization, the number$ofXX MILLION
organizations
participating has to be counted 0
Logistics
100
200
manually.
1M
0.5M
0M
0M
FUNDING TREND
20
Requested
in billion US$
2M
2.8M
4M
0M
0M
15
Gap
Protection
Funding
1.3M
0.8M (shelter)
0.9M (NFIs)
Water, Sanitation
and Hygiene
5
6
Shelter
Non-Food Items
Livelihoods
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
5.2M
1.4M
10
0
5.2M
3.5M
0.8M
5M
5.2M
300
XXX
NUMBER OF
PARTNERS/AID
ORGANIZATIONS
400
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Always verify if the links work in the PDF version
that will be posted online. Hyperlinks can be
added or fixed on the PDF version as well if
needed. For very long or complex URLS, URL
shorteners are available online (i.e. https://
goo.gl/ or http://tinyurl.com/)
Guide to Giving
to humanitarian action in line with Country X
strategic response plan
Guide to giving: Please respect the order of sections.
Response Plan, CERF, ERF- CHF if applicable, In kind and
CONTRIBUTING TO THE STRATEGIC RESPONSE PLAN
FTS. The narratives for these sections have already been
cleared by the respective HQ teams.
To see the country’s humanitarian needs overview and strategic response plan, and donate directly
to these country plans, view the specific country pages on the OCHA website. Each country plan
has links to online information on participating organizations and persons to contact concerning
donations.
www.unocha.org/cap/
DONATING THROUGH THE CENTRAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND (CERF)
CERF provides rapid initial funding for life-saving actions at the onset of emergencies and for
poorly funded, essential humanitarian operations in protracted crises. The OCHA-managed CERF
receives contributions from various donors – mainly governments, but also private companies,
foundations, charities and individuals – which are combined into a single fund. This is used for crises
anywhere in the world. Find out more about the CERF and how to donate by visiting the CERF
website: www.unocha.org/cerf/our-donors/how-donate
DONATING THROUGH THE COMMON HUMANITARIAN FUNDS (CHF)
CHFs are multi-donor pooled funds designed to provide timely and flexible funding for NGOs
and UN agencies to respond to critical humanitarian needs in complex emergencies usually in line
with the strategic response plan. CHFs currently operate in Afghanistan, Central African Republic,
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan. For further information on
CHFs please visit:
http://www.unocha.org/what-we-do/humanitarian-financing/common-humanitarian-funds-chfs
DONATING THROUGH THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUNDS (ERF)
ERFs are smaller multi-donor pooled funds that provide NGOs and UN agencies with rapid and
flexible in-country funding to address critical gaps in needs during an emergency. ERFs operate
in Afghanistan*, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo*, Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia*,
Kenya*, Myanmar, Pakistan, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria, Yemen and Zimbabwe*. Further
information on ERFs can be found here:
http://www.unocha.org/what-we-do/humanitarian-financing/emergency-response-funds-erf
IN-KIND RELIEF AID
The United Nations urges donors to make cash rather than in-kind donations, for maximum speed
and flexibility, and to ensure the aid materials that are most needed are the ones delivered. If you
can make only in-kind contributions in response to disasters and emergencies, please contact:
[email protected]
REGISTERING AND RECOGNIZING YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS
OCHA manages the Financial Tracking Service (FTS), which records all reported humanitarian
contributions (cash, in-kind, multilateral and bilateral) to emergencies. Its aim is to give credit and
visibility to donors for their generosity to show the total amount funding and resource gaps in
humanitarian appeals. Please report your contributions to FTS, either by email to [email protected] or
through the on-line contribution report form at
http://fts.unocha.org.
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WHAT IF?
... WE FAIL TO RESPOND
If humanitarians are not able to raise funds and deliver aid for the
Country X crisis...
Over 1.2 million people will not have adequate access to water.
More than 141 damaged schools will not be ready for the
upcoming school year, added to the existing shortage of almost
200 schools.
The trauma faced by over 373,000 children will go untreated
with essential, direct psychosocial support.
Over 490,000 IDPs will not receive the immediate food
assistance they need to see them through these months of crisis.
Over 40,785 housing units with major to minor damages will be
left unrepaired, and the families that called them home will have
no place to return to.

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