AppealsThis area includes all open Appeals and Rapid Response Fund payments.
ACT Rapid Response Payment for US$ 60,000. ACT member The Lutheran World Federation will immediately decongest the reception centre at Kakuma refugee camp, provide conditions for a dignified and safe reception and transit period while waiting to be settled in the refugee camp.
Published Jun 17, 2013. File size: 497.5 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 722,524. ACT member The Lutheran World Federation is planning to assist the IDPs with Emergency Education, Community Psychosocial support, Fire Safety and Disaster Response and Coordination. This replaces the Preliminary Appeal issued on 24th May.
Published Jun 12, 2013. File size: 947.7 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 401,426. ACT forum members in Uganda will assist more than 40,000 needy refugees including those who are marginalized and those with special needs. The sectors of intervention will include livelihoods/environmental protection, SGBV/protection and other community services.
Published Jun 12, 2013. File size: 1.5 MB
Appeal Target: US$ 299,991. According to ACT Mali Forum needs assessment report, issues as education, protection, human rights (SGBV) needs are strongly highlighted. Therefore 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. Requesting members in this appeal are Christian Aid, Diakonia Sweden, ICCO, LWR, NCA. This full appeal replaces the preliminary appeal issued on the 19th of March 2013.
Published May 31, 2013. File size: 1024.0 kB
Pakistan: Assistance to Conflict-affected families in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (Tirah Valley) - PAK131
Appeal Target: US$ 1,427,654. ACT Pakistan forum members Church World Service-Pakistan/Afghanistan (CWS-P/A) and Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Pakistan are providing assistance to the displaced population in the form of food and NFI packages, water, sanitation and hygiene activities (WASH).
Published May 27, 2013. File size: 1.2 MB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 400,000. This appeal is a continuation of the 2012 response (MRT121) to implement the following activities planned with the Malian refugees in the Mbera Camp and for host communities’ people: provide shelters, psychosocial support, nutritional support and support to farmers and pastoralists.
Published May 24, 2013. File size: 929.3 kB
Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 675,445. This appeal will address the acute relief and recovery needs of the IDPs through the components of Education, Psychosocial support, Fire safety and Relief Assistance. The appeal intends to cover 85,360 Muslim individuals.
Published May 24, 2013. File size: 861.7 kB
Appeal Target: US$ 1,818,803. ACT member The Amity Foundation plans to assist the most vulnerable, resource poor affected in the remote mountainous areas with food (rice and cooking oil) and non-food items (quilts and plastic sheeting) during the crisis phase. During the post crisis phase, Amity plans to assist the most vulnerable families in rebuilding quake-resistant homes, regaining livelihood activities, ensuring sustainable clean water supplies and psycho-social assistance in the form of community activities. This appeal replaces the Preliminary Appeal issued on 24 April 2013.
Published May 24, 2013. File size: 925.8 kB
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