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March 2022

The number of displaced people in Ethiopia has increased by 44% at the end of 2021. This is due to the ongoing conflicts and the fluidity of the conflict line in Northern Ethiopia, the presence of Unidentified Armed Groups (UAG), and inter-communal tension in Oromia, Benishangul and other parts of the country. The average rain in 2021 has also resulted in a drought in the Southern and South-eastern region of Somali, Oromia and SNNP regions, on which more than 150,000 people are displaced.

  • 47 partners
  • $142.0 M (26%) required (funded)
  • 7.8 M / 4.5 M / 0.5 M people in need / targeted / reached

January 2022

At the start of the year 2021, the Cluster had targeted 2.8 million people However, following the influx of IDPs in March and April in the Tigray region, and the spillover of the Northern Ethiopia war to Amhara and Afar regions by the fourth quarter of the year,  the Cluster increased its target to 3.8 million people. Of the targeted population 63 % are from Tigray. As a result, in the last 12 months, Cluster partners reached 1,944,851 IDPs, returnees, and affected communities in Afar, Amhara, Benishangul Oromia, Somali, SNNP, and Tigray regions.

  • 47 partners
  • $138.0 M (62%) required (funded)
  • 5.3 M / 3.8 M / 1.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

At the start of the year 2021, the Cluster had targeted 2.8 million people However, following the influx of IDPs in March and April in the Tigray region, and the spillover of the Northern Ethiopia war to Amhara and Afar regions by the fourth quarter of the year,  the Cluster increased its target to 3.8 million people. Of the targeted population 63 % are from Tigray. As a result, in the last 12 months, Cluster partners reached 1,944,851 IDPs, returnees, and affected communities in Afar, Amhara, Benishangul Oromia, Somali, SNNP, and Tigray regions.

  • 47 partners
  • $138.0 M (62%) required (funded)
  • 5.3 M / 3.8 M / 1.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

October 2021

Following the withdrawal of the Ethiopian Defense Force from the major towns of Tigray on June 28, 2021 and combined with the declaration of a unilateral ceasefire by the Federal government, the political dynamics  have changed dramatically in Tigray Region. The interruption of essential services such as the blackout of electricity, telecommunications, and the internet throughout the Tigray region intensifies the already extreme humanitarian situation. The Shortages of cash and fuel in the Region significantly hampered partners' capacity to respond with full potential.

  • 39 partners
  • $115.0 M (29%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 4.0 M / 1.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

August 2021

Following the withdrawal of the Ethiopian Defense Force from the major towns of Tigray on June 28, 2021 and combined with the declaration of a unilateral ceasefire by the Federal government, the political dynamics  have changed dramatically in Tigray Region. The interruption of essential services such as the blackout of electricity, telecommunications, and the internet throughout the Tigray region intensifies the already extreme humanitarian situation. The Shortages of cash and fuel in the Region significantly hampered partners' capacity to respond with full potential.

  • 36 partners
  • $115.0 M (29%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 4.0 M / 0.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

August 2021

Following the withdrawal of the Ethiopian Defense Force from the major towns of Tigray on June 28, 2021 and combined with the declaration of a unilateral ceasefire by the Federal government, the political dynamics  have changed dramatically in Tigray Region. The interruption of essential services such as the blackout of electricity, telecommunications, and the internet throughout the Tigray region intensifies the already extreme humanitarian situation. The Shortages of cash and fuel in the Region significantly hampered partners' capacity to respond with full potential.

  • 36 partners
  • $92.7 M (12%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 4.0 M / 0.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

July 2021

Following the withdrawal of the Ethiopian Defense Force from the major towns of Tigray on June 28, 2021 and combined with the declaration of a unilateral ceasefire by the Federal government, the political dynamics  have changed dramatically in Tigray Region. The interruption of essential services such as the blackout of electricity, telecommunications, and the internet throughout the Tigray region intensifies the already extreme humanitarian situation. The Shortages of cash and fuel in the Region significantly hampered partners' capacity to respond with full potential.

  • 36 partners
  • $92.7 M (12%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 4.0 M / 0.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

May 2021

Cluster identified 4.5M as a cluster PIN that consists of 2.0M IDPs, 400,418 Returnees and 2.1M Non-displaced peopleThe Cluster has targeted 2.8M consisting of 1.12M IDPs, 201,962K Returnees and 1.5M non-displaced people during the HRP 2021As per the HRP 2021, Cluster’s overall funding requirement for the year 2020 is $92.7 Million (to address SNFI cluster needs.Shelter/NFI Cluster assisted 13% out of 2.8M IDPs and Returnees across Six Regions. 

  • 32 partners
  • $92.7 M (12%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 2.8 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

January 2021

Shlter/NFI cluster identified 2.2M people as a PIN that consists of 1.5M IDPs, 1.02M Returnees and 197,367 Non-displaced people.The cluster has targeted 2.0M people consisting of 1.3M IDPs, 635K Returnees, and 75K non-displaced people during MYR 2020.From the overall cluster’s target, the cluster targeted 0.53M people for COVID-19 related responses.As per the MYR, cluster’s overall funding requirement for the year 2020 is $101.1 Million (77.7M for Non-COVID-19 and 23.4M for COVID) to address SNFI cluster needs.Shelter/NFI Cluster assisted 57% out of 2.0M IDPs and Returnees across Seven Regi

  • 33 partners
  • $92.7 M (12%) required (funded)
  • 4.5 M / 2.8 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2020

Shlter/NFI cluster identified 2.2M people as a PIN that consists of 1.5M IDPs, 1.02M Returnees and 197,367 Non-displaced people.The cluster has targeted 2.0M people consisting of 1.3M IDPs, 635K Returnees, and 75K non-displaced people during MYR 2020.From the overall cluster’s target, the cluster targeted 0.53M people for COVID-19 related responses.As per the MYR, cluster’s overall funding requirement for the year 2020 is $101.1 Million (77.7M for Non-COVID-19 and 23.4M for COVID) to address SNFI cluster needs.Shelter/NFI Cluster assisted 57% out of 2.0M IDPs and Returnees across Seven Regi

  • 33 partners
  • $101.1 M (35%) required (funded)
  • 2.2 M / 2.0 M / 1.1 M people in need / targeted / reached