Appeals

This area includes all open Appeals and Rapid Response Fund payments.

El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua: Central America drought response - CAM141

Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 1,396,955. A drought associated with the "El Niño"phenomenon has caused severe impacts in Central America, where it has damaged a large part of the corn and bean crops. The target population includes subsistence farmers who find themselves in a situation of food insecurity as a result of the prolonged drought in the Central America region. The resultant effects of the drought will be increased poverty, migration, and hunger into the year 2015. ACT Forums in the 3 countries plan to ensure that families affected by the crisis have access to food in the critical period of food shortage, to water, and are able to recover from the drought. These will be 3,450 most affected families in Central America: 900 in Honduras, 750 in El Salvador and 1,800 in Nicaragua.
Published Oct 06, 2014. File size: 678.4 kB

Sierra Leone: Ebola Sensitization and Prevention - SLE141

Appeal Target: US$ 124,871. ACT member the Council of Churches in Sierra Leon (CCSL) is aiming at contributing to the prevention of the Ebola Virus contagion in the two identified Districts and 180 communities through various activities of sensitization and distribution of Chlorine Bleach and Water containers to the communities.
Published Sep 24, 2014. File size: 720.3 kB

Iraq: Survival Assistance for Displaced Populations and their Host Communities in Northern Iraq - IRQ141

Appeal Target: US$ 2,890,110. ACT members Christian Aid and The Lutheran World Federation are assisting the IDP families and their host communities with food security, water supply, NFI, psychosocial services, shelter, health and hygiene items. This Full Appeal replaces the Preliminary Appeal issued on 29th July 2014, now removed from our site. Amended version 24 November 2014 due to lowered budget from ACT member Christian Aid.
Published Sep 19, 2014. File size: 1.2 MB

Liberia: Ebola Sensitization and Prevention in Liberia, REVISION 1 - LBR141

Appeal Target: US$ 1,477,163 (slight corrections have been made on figures Sept. 17, 2014). The ACT Appeal LBR141 has been revised given the worsening of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. The following components have been added to the Appeal, in addition to the awareness campaigns and building of an isolation centre for the Phebe hospital: psychosocial support, food and non-food items and risk benefits to health workers. This revised Appeal replaces the original Appeal issued on 22 July 2014, now removed from our site.
Published Sep 16, 2014. File size: 827.0 kB

Sudan: ACT - CARITAS Darfur Programme 2014: SDN141 - EA24/2013 - REVISION 2

Appeal Target: US$ 7,200,653. Shortly after the first reduction and revision to the 2014 Appeal budget and annual plan, the Darfur Programme found it necessary to make a second revision to reduce the budget further from the first revision of USD 7,989,096 to USD 7,200,653 (this presents a 27% reduction from the original budget). This revised appeal aims to deliver vital emergency aid to over 400,000 individuals in East, Central and South Darfur. These revised appeal documents (mainly budget related) replace those of the original appeal issued on 16 December 2013, now removed from our site. In case of interest to receive the original narrative document, please contact the ACT Secretariat.
Published Sep 16, 2014. File size: 2.0 MB

Nepal: Emergency response and early recovery support to flood and landslide affected households in Western Nepal - NPL141

Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 420,607. ACT members in Nepal are planning to: provide lifesaving assistance and psychosocial support to the severely affected and displaced households in targeted areas by providing food, non-food items and psychosocial counselling; restore agriculture and non-agriculture means of livelihood through on and off farm support; rehabilitate WASH, shelter and critical lifelines facilities through food for work or cash and voucher transfer; restore education facilities promoting education in emergency (EiE) approach.
Published Aug 29, 2014. File size: 779.0 kB

Kenya: ACT response to support survivors of conflict in Lamu County - KEN142

Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 700,455. ACT Kenya Forum members are planning support and activities in the area of Food, NFI’s, WASH, Psychosocial, Peace-building and Advocacy.
Published Aug 21, 2014. File size: 1.0 MB

Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan Response, REVISION 2 - PHL131

Appeal Target: US$ 25,114,557. This is the CORRECTED Revision 2 due to an increase in the ICCO budget. The revised ICCO response is focussing on food security and nutrition, NFIs, shelter, livelihood, DDR and capacity building. This replaces the Revision 1 document, now removed from our site.
Published Aug 19, 2014. File size: 2.7 MB

Iraq: Survival Assistance for Displaced Populations and their Host Communities in Northern Iraq - IRQ141

Preliminary Appeal Target: US$ 909,617. The dramatic events of recent weeks have seen the Al Qaida-related armed faction, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) take over large swaths of northern and western Iraq from central government control. The violence has spread rapidly with as many as half a million to date displaced following the recent and on-going conflict in Ninewa province and another half million displaced from Anbar province since January 2014. LWF is planning a 6-month intervention to secure clean and sufficient emergency water, food security and psycho-social services and CA is planning a 6-month intervention focused on provision of food, non-food items, health and hygiene kits and cash assistance.
Published Jul 29, 2014. File size: 1.3 MB

Afghanistan: Floods & Landslides in the North, North-eastern & Western regions

Preliminary Appeal target: US$ 1,987,537. ACT members (Christian Aid, Church World Service A/P, Hungarian Inter-church Aid and Norwegian Church Aid) plan to restore normal life/livelihood through rehabilitation of irrigation systems, roads and damaged houses and provision of food and cash for work programmes; restore access to flood protected safe water and sanitation facilities; increase the resilience of the flood affected communities through DRR schemes.
Published May 16, 2014. File size: 1.3 MB