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September 2022

The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) decided to formally end all Clusters by the end of 2022 and not to present an HRP in 2023, but only a light strategic document presenting the remaining humanitarian needs (without funding requirements, not targets) as well as a document on the transition to development interventions. This decision is in line with the UN move towards transferring core humanitarian delivery functions to other structures of leadership (government and development partners).

  • 9 partners
  • $47.4 M (15%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 44 334 people in need / targeted / reached

August 2022

The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) decided to formally end all Clusters by the end of 2022 and not to present an HRP in 2023, but only a light strategic document presenting the remaining humanitarian needs (without funding requirements, not targets) as well as a document on the transition to development interventions. This decision is in line with the UN move towards transferring core humanitarian delivery functions to other structures of leadership (government and development partners).

  • 10 partners
  • $47.4 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 37 108 people in need / targeted / reached

July 2022

The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) decided to formally end all Clusters by the end of 2022 and not to present an HRP in 2023, but only a light strategic document presenting the remaining humanitarian needs (without funding requirements, not targets) as well as a document on the transition to development interventions. This decision is in line with the UN move towards transferring core humanitarian delivery functions to other structures of leadership (government and development partners).

  • 9 partners
  • $47.4 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 32 189 people in need / targeted / reached

June 2022

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 9 partners
  • $47.4 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 30 145 people in need / targeted / reached

May 2022

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 7 partners
  • $47.4 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 11 400 people in need / targeted / reached

March 2022

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 3 partners
  • $47.4 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 11 400 people in need / targeted / reached

February 2022

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 3 partners
  • $47.4 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 0.5 M / 0.3 M / 8 453 people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 13 partners
  • $38.9 M (13%) required (funded)
  • 0.9 M / 0.4 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

November 2021

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 13 partners
  • $38.9 M (13%) required (funded)
  • 0.9 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted

October 2021

Around 1 million people remain in need of shelter and NFI support, a 60 per cent reduction since 2021. Among them, over 530,000 people are in acute need. The decrease in needs is primarily due to a narrower definition of humanitarian shelter needs, focusing on people living in critical shelter, including tents, unfinished and abandoned structures, make-shift shelter, and non-residential, public and religious building; and in sub-standard shelters that pose risks to the residents’ health, safety and dignity.

  • 13 partners
  • $38.9 M (13%) required (funded)
  • 0.9 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted