AppealsThis area includes all open Appeals and Rapid Response Fund payments.
Appeal Target: US$ 9,858,485. A wide range of services have been provided by ACT members under this appeal including shelter, food and nutrition, education, water and sanitation, health and psychosocial support.
Thanks to the generous contribution of 20 different ACT members, the appeal is now covered by over 60 percent. As a consequence, and according to ACT policies, this appeal has become subject to an external evaluation. A fourth revision was therefore needed to include the evaluation component and a budget estimation of 36,000 USD.
Published May 23, 2013. File size: 3.2 MB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 1,001.913. Activities planned by ACT members include support to hospitals, education, income generation and capacity building. Particularly important is the psycho-social programme of ACT members in Gaza which provides counselling to people affected be the protracted humanitarian crisis.
Published May 23, 2013. File size: 1.1 MB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 220,497. The amount of USD 220,497 will be used to provide relief to 1’000 vulnerable households including: food and non-food items, support for early recovery and awareness for resilience.
Published May 13, 2013. File size: 1.1 MB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 498,950. ACT member Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA) is proposing to alleviate the effects of the unprecedented drought in Maharashtra of 3,000 of the most vulnerable and resource poor families and their livestock in 60 of the most severely hit villages in 6 districts of the state.
CASA plans provision of clean water supplies through water tankers, fodder for the livestock and facilitation of livelihood revival through provision of organic manure and seeds.
Published Apr 30, 2013. File size: 784.4 kB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 1,818,803. ACT member The Amity Foundation is planning to assist the most resource-poor and seriously affected communities in the more remote areas that are not in the limelight and, consequently, have received very little if any assistance. Amity has already distributed instant foods such as noodles, biscuits, bread and bottled water and now plans to provide rice and cooking oil along with non-food items such as quilts and plastic sheeting for use as temporary shelter as well as water purifying appliances.
For the post crisis period, Amity plans to provide assistance with housing, livelihood, reconstruction of potable water systems as well as psycho-social assistance.
Published Apr 24, 2013. File size: 605.6 kB
ACT Rapid Response Payment for US$ 58,119. ACT member Yakkum Emergency Unit (YEU) will facilitate and ensure the fulfilment of the basic needs and rights of the growing number of families who cannot return to their homes due to the continuing eruptions, flooding and landslides and who remain in temporary shelter. The 2 objectives will be: 1) to provide immediate basic needs for around 1,200 people, affected directly by the eruption, through provision of food and non-food items, water-sanitation and health services; and 2) to develop emergency preparedness through capacity building in five camps.
Published Apr 15, 2013. File size: 556.2 kB
ACT Rapid Response Fund Payment for US$ 49,287. The Presbyterian Relief Services and Development, supported by other members of the Forum (Christian Aid and ECLOF), will assist 1'000 households with food and non-food items.
Published Apr 04, 2013. File size: 555.6 kB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 1,730,514. Food security, Education, Protection, Human rights, WASH, Reconciliation and peace building, Assistance to returnees, early recovery and resilience will be part of the emergency response of ACT Mali Forum members.
Published Mar 19, 2013. File size: 994.2 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 1,779,148. ACT members, the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), Ecumenical Committee for Social Development (CEDES) and the Council of Churches in Mozambique (CCM) are responding to this disaster with the goal of reducing suffering and facilitating recovery of flood affected communities through the provision of emergency and post recovery assistance.
Published Mar 05, 2013. File size: 1.1 MB
ACT Rapid Response Fund Payment for US$ 64,414. ACT members Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (SAF/FJKM) and the Lutheran Church in Madagascar (Voina Mahatratra/FLM) will provide immediate food assistance to affected people in areas currently not covered, and meet the nutrition requirements for the targeted beneficiaries and households.
Published Mar 01, 2013. File size: 654.1 kB