AppealsThis area includes all open Appeals and Rapid Response Fund payments.
Appeal Target: US$ 2,704,873. ACT Members Church World Service – Pakistan/Afghanistan (CWS) and Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), have been responding to the humanitarian needs of the affected population from the early days of the disaster. The appeal has been revised to include the revised programme of NCA and replaces the full appeal issued on 2 October 2014, now removed from our site.
Published Nov 26, 2014. File size: 1.7 MB
Appeal Target: US$ 496,861. Guatemala, one of the worst affected countries by climate change, is now facing a food crisis due to the significant impact of drought, which according to a number of experts will further increase in the next year, with the regions impacted also growing. The Guatemala Forum will contribute to the preservation of the lives of 2,889 most vulnerable families affected by the drought, supporting their food security.
Published Nov 10, 2014. File size: 763.9 kB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 1,185,868. The overall goal of the response is to ensure that the families that were affected by the drought in the 2013/2014 agricultural season have access to food during the lean season, which in Malawi is more prone from the month of November to March each year and to facilitate the quick recovery of the affected communities/households from the effects of the dry spells. ACT members in Malawi will provide food aid and farm inputs, will enhance disaster preparedness and response mechanisms, and will promote Community Based Psychosocial support.
Published Nov 06, 2014. File size: 970.4 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 1,396,955. Members in the 3 countries will ensure that families affected by the crisis have access to food and water in the critical period of shortage, and are able to recover from the drought. These will be 3,450 of the most-affected families in Central America: 900 in Honduras, 750 in El Salvador and 1,800 in Nicaragua. This full appeal replaces the preliminary appeal issued on 6th October 2014, now removed from our site.
Published Oct 31, 2014. File size: 1005.4 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 712,812. ACT member Church's Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA) is the only requesting member in this full appeal with the proposed components of food, NFI, shelter and livelihoods. This appeal replaces the preliminary appeal issued on 10 September, now removed from our site.
Published Oct 31, 2014. File size: 1.0 MB
Rapid Response Fund Payment Request for US$ 60,000. The objective of this response by ACT member The Lutheran World Federation is to save lives through provision of food, clothes and safe water, and restore water supply to the areas and schools affected by pipes being swept away.
Published Oct 24, 2014. File size: 398.1 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 625,188. ACT member LWF aims at empowering and creating risk resilient refugees and host communities, able to effectively manage their affairs and accommodate each other in a conflict sensitive manner.
Published Oct 23, 2014. File size: 958.2 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 3,639,452. ACT members LWF and IOCC/EOC-DICAC have been implementing since January 2014 are revising and extending their appeal due to the changers in the field situation. ACT member EECMY-DASSC is also coming in as an implementing member effective January, 2015. This appeal extension and revision replaces the full appeal issued on 12th February, 2014, now removed from our site.
Published Oct 21, 2014. File size: 1.2 MB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$816,104. ACT members United Evangelical Lutheran Churches in India (UELCI) and Lutheran World Service Trust India (LWSIT) plan to respond. UELCI's goal is to Provide immediate life-saving and early recovery support to 8,000 families and LWSIT's goal is to extend immediate emergency response for life-saving and life-sustaining assistance and early
recovery among 1,000 families.
Published Oct 20, 2014. File size: 539.8 kB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 134,792. The overall goal of the response by ACT member the Evangelical Methodist Church in Bolivia is to support 450 families who have not received adequate attention from their local governments, in recuperating their food security, rehabilitation of water systems and the strengthening of preventative knowledge and psychosocial community-based support.
Published Oct 14, 2014. File size: 684.6 kB