Countries 2014

7 Jan 2014

CERF allocations are made to ensure a rapid response to sudden-onset emergencies or to rapidly deteriorating conditions in an existing emergency and to support humanitarian response activities within an underfunded emergency.

* Please note that the table below summarizes approved CERF allocations made through the Rapid Response window and Underfunded Emergencies window in 2014. It does not include new requests and projects currently under review.

 

 

More than US$400 million pledged for CERF-funded relief work in 2015

18 Dec 2014
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Donors gathered at the annual UN central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) High-Level Conference this week to pledge $418.6 million in support of life-saving relief efforts around the world in 2015.

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CERF: 3 things you need to know

12 Dec 2014
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As the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance worldwide grows, humanitarian agencies will again rely on resources from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to respond to crises in 2015.

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CERF grant provides assistance to communities affected by drought in Sri Lanka

13 Nov 2014
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In 2014, after the northeast monsoon failed, crops were damaged by the prolonged drought and water supplies dried up in many regions of Sri Lanka. In July 2014, the Emergency Relief Coordinator approved a US$2 million rapid response CERF grant to support humanitarian partners providing live-saving aid to thousands of people.  

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