UN agencies and international organizations provide humanitarian and early recovery assistance in Zimbabwe under the Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP). This assistance addresses urgent needs until development programmes can make a meaningful impact on improving lives and livelihoods. Dozens of NGOs implement humanitarian and early recovery programmes funded outside the CAP. The CAP and a Common Humanitarian Action Plan are presented annually to the international community and donors.
Following recent improvements in the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe and improved funding for recovery and development programmes, the Humanitarian Country Team decided to focus the 2013 appeal around four clusters: food, health, WASH and protection.
Funding to OCHA Zimbabwe
|Requirements for 2014||1,782,538|
|Opening Balance **||0|
|Total (Contributions + Opening Balance) ***||0|
|* In 2014 OCHA received unearmarked contributions from the following donors: Australia, Australia (Ausaid), Canada (CIDA), Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Japan, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand (NZAID), Russian Federation, Singapore, Switzerland (DEZA), United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (DFID)|
|** May include unearmarked and earmarked funding with implementation dates beyond the calendar year|
|*** Excludes miscellaneous income (e.g. adjustments, gain/losses on exchange rate etc.)|