Sample of organizations participating in consolidated appeals


Roles and Responsibilities



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4.7 Roles and Responsibilities





Cluster name

Relevant governmental institution

Cluster lead

Agriculture

Ministry of Agriculture

FAO

CCCM

DPC

IOM

Coordination and Support Services

DPC

OCHA

ER

Ministry of Public Works, DPC, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Natural resources.

UNDP

Education

MoE

UNICEF

Emergency Telecommunication




WFP

Food Aid

DPC, Ministry of Agriculture

WFP

Health

MoH, DPC

WHO

Logistics

DPC

WFP

Nutrition

MoH

UNICEF and SC

Protection

DPC, HNP,

MIUSTAH Human Rights section of the OHCHR

Child Protection

MAST, MCFDF, BPM, IBESR,

UNICEF

Gender-based violence

Women’s Ministry

UNFPA

Shelter and NFIs

N/A

IFRC/UN HABITAT

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

DINEPA, DPC

UNICEF


5. CONCLUSION


While the national and international humanitarian response to the earthquake victims was able to meet all critical live-saving needs in the initial response phase, the overall situation in Haiti continues to be extremely fragile. The January 12 earthquake displaced around 2.1 million people of whom 1.3 million still reside in temporary settlements and 600,000 live with host families. Many of these people were already poor and vulnerable before the earthquake and have since fallen into severe humanitarian need.
The situation has further been compounded by a severe cholera outbreak in October 2010. The disease has spread rapidly and caused many deaths across the country. The epidemic was accelerated by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Tomas on 5 November, and the response has also been impeded by recent violence in Cap Haïtien, one of the places most seriously affected by cholera.
At the time of writing, the humanitarian community was struggling to contain the outbreak with limited financial and human resources on the ground. The large scale of the outbreak and its devastating impact on an already weakened population, call for an urgent and generous response to the cholera projects included in this appeal which require a total of $174.2 million.
The international community has responded promptly to the 2010 Flash Appeal for Haiti, which currently stands at 72% funded. Sustained donor support to Haiti is critical for the survival and well-being of thousands of people affected by cholera or displaced by the earthquake. It is also crucial for those who are trying to rebuild their lives and remain vulnerable to natural disasters and further disease outbreaks.
The CAP aims to support the return of thousands of displaced people and to contribute to the transition from emergency to longer-term recovery programmes. Supporting DRR, contingency planning, authorities and communities are also key elements of this appeal.
The existence of a country-based pooled fund – the ERRF– has enabled donors to channel their funds through a common, un-earmarked financing mechanism throughout 2010. The ERRF allocates funds to NGOs and UN agencies, mainly to projects already selected for the CAP, through a joint decision-making process that aims to address critical gaps and needs. This fund will remain available through 2011 for further contributions.
Accountability and transparency are paramount in any aid operation, especially one of this size. Organizations will show all contributions they receive for projects included in this appeal on the public website of the UN’s Financial Tracking Service (http://fts.unocha.org).
In the appeal’s mid-year review, clusters will report on specific outputs collectively accomplished, versus the targets they set in this document (and update continually as new information emerges) according to needs.


ANNEX I. LIST OF PROJECTS

Table IV: List of Appeal projects (grouped by cluster)


Consolidated Appeal for Haiti 2011

as of 15 November 2010



http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by appealing organizations.




Project code
(click on hyperlinked project code to open full project details)

Title

Appealing agency

Requirements
($)


Priority

Location

AGRICULTURE

HTI-11/A/38360/5768

Soutien a l’agricolture urbaine dans la commune de Cité Soleil

AVSI

928,400

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/38369/5675

Promotion of rainfed homestead vegetable gardening in the earth quake effected area of Morne a Bateau.

Caritas Austria

106,461

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/38398/13763

Project for immediate economic rehabilitation through improved agricultural production and environmental protection.

Floresta

2,004,989

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/38945/5186

Food diversity reinforcement programme for vulnerable households through support to urban gardening.

ACF

1,141,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39085/13244

Transformation of agricultural products for obtaining value added and the transfer of money in reception areas

AMECON 2000

292,580

HIGH

Centre (Hinche)

HTI-11/A/39094/5157

Agriculture in rural areas of Léogâne and Gressier

TEARFUND

847,615

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39291/5006

Food security for earthquake-affected smallholder families in rural regions of Les Palmes, Petit Goâve, Grand Goâve

DWHH

1,256,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39374/6422

Agriculture and Livelihood Enterprises in Léogâne, Ganthier, Ponsonde and Jacmel

BRAC

418,816

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39420/123

Reduce food insecurity of rural households directly and indirectly affected by the earthquake through strengthening production capacity

FAO

5,000,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39431/123

Strengthening national capacity to coordinate, be prepared for and respond to emergency situations in the agricultural sector in Haiti

FAO

2,250,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/A/39432/123

Disaster risk reduction, environmental protection and support to coping mechanisms through the support of livelihoods to vulnerable households affected by the earthquake

FAO

6,000,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39435/123

Urgent support to women’s livelihoods to strengthen coping mechanisms and improve food security through support to food processing and commercialization

FAO

4,000,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/A/39437/123

Emergency support for the protection of livestock assets of vulnerable people in the earthquake-affected area of Haiti

FAO

4,410,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39443/123

Emergency assistance to food security and nutrition of vulnerable earthquake-affected populations through the support of kitchen gardens in urban/peri-urban areas

FAO

3,000,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/A/39474/8497

Projet d’amélioration des conditions de vie à travers des activités agicoles et de protection de l'environnement en faveur des ménages affectés du dernier séisme à Aux Cadets et à Belladere

FH

1,010,656

HIGH

Centre (Hinche)

HTI-11/A/39504/6079

Increasing agriculture production and incomes for small farmers in Jacmel and Leogone

SC

750,000

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/A/39507/6079

Small Farmers diversify agriculture activities and increase incomes

SC

1,665,500

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/A/39532/6458

Support to agricultural livelihoods in rural areas directly affected by the earthquake

ACTED

2,055,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/39603/6116

Peri-urban Agriculture Recovery Programme

Samaritan's Purse

2,000,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/A/40093/13244

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Awareness and actions to protect farmers in the Central Plateau against the fury of Cholera

AMECON 2000

765,000

HIGH

Centre (Hinche)

HTI-11/A/40340/14547

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Awareness and actions to protect people and farmers in Artibonite against the fury of Cholera.

PADIH

185,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/A/40346/123

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Support to Farmers affected by the Cholera outbreak in Irrigated areas of Artibonite as well as affected areas in Centre, Ouest and Nord Ouest Departments

FAO

3,000,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

Sub total for AGRICULTURE

43,087,517




CAMP COORDINATION AND CAMP MANAGEMENT (CCCM)

HTI-11/CSS/38061/5167

Upholding of quality living conditions standards and institutional strengthening of local committees to identify and negotiate returnee solutions with relevant actors in the camps of Vitkim,Universite, Papeau, Kaype, Arnold, Erithier and Clebert in the municipality of Tabarre, Port au Prince

COOPI

877,175

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/38849/298

Emergency Psycho-social Assistance - Return and Reintegration

IOM

606,239

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39042/14499

Care and Maitenance of Emergency Shelters for IDPs

J/P HRO

64,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39044/298

Support to CCCM Partners through Coordination, Technical Assistance, Information Management and Capacity-building

IOM

13,125,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/CSS/39046/298

Support to the Protection, Assistance and Sustainable Return and Relocation of IDPs within the Framework of CCCM

IOM

42,656,250

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/39079/8498

Transition from IDP Camps to Home Communities

CW

1,400,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39218/6027

Camp coordination and management of 27 IDP sites in Fontamara Martissant; towards a progressive and qualitative return to ensure the continuity of coordination, management and support in 27 IDP sites of Fontamara Martissant

PU

750,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39226/12874

Haiti camps care and Maintenance assisting vulnerables peoples in 14 camps to return to their communities of origins

IEDA Relief

2,640,461

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39274/8502

Building Camp Management Capacity; through training, quality assurance, community mapping for durable solutions

WVI

500,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39487/14499

Transportation for IDPs from Petionville Terrain de Golfe (PVC) Camp to Countryside

J/P HRO

166,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39505/5586

Corail Camp Coordination Camp Management

ARC

620,355

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39508/5586

Camp Coordination Camp Management at Terrain Acra

ARC

657,341

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39514/5586

Camp Coordination Camp Management at Old Military Airport camp

ARC

1,016,949

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39530/14499

Energy-efficient lighting for camp security improvement

J/P HRO

71,700

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39531/14499

Community Surveillance Brigades

J/P HRO

68,300

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/39655/14546

Plan d'action communautaire pour reboiser et maintenir les quartiers propres en vue de proteger notre environnement contre les bacteries et maladies provenant des insalubrites publiques.

MS

700,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40184/298

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Support to Cholera Prevention and Containment

IOM

14,096,906

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40238/5767

Critical technical services for IDP camps in Haiti

UNOPS

7,577,509

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40276/5767

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Immediate life-saving information and critical watsan mitigation works in camps and neighborhoods affected by the cholera in Haiti

UNOPS

2,882,614

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40279/6027

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Prévenir la propagation d’une épidémie de choléra sur les zones défavorisées de Martissant 8ème section et les sites de regroupement de Fontamara 9ème section.

PU

495,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40318/14471

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Assurer la getion des Besoins dans les camps et renforcer les dispositions de controle de l'epidemie de cholera dans le departement de l'Ouest

ASA

85,639

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40342/12874

CHOLERA RESPONSE / A Coordinated Health and WASH Approach in the North West, Artibonite, and West departments including the vulnerable people living in 14 IDP camps

IEDA Relief

1,902,853

HIGH

National

Sub total for CAMP COORDINATION AND CAMP MANAGEMENT (CCCM)

92,960,791




COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

HTI-11/CSS/39481/119

Humanitarian Coordination and Advocacy in Haiti

OCHA

9,144,551

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40350/6100

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Evaluation of cholera public information campaigns in Port-au-Prince and Artibonite

Internews

193,282

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S/39490/5139

NGO Security Liaison Office

UNDSS

897,400

MEDIUM

National

Sub total for COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

10,235,233




EARLY RECOVERY

HTI-11/CSS/39277/14518

Léogâne CASEC Capacity-building and Disaster Risk Reduction

AHV

348,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/38559/5633

Pilot project to support the return of affected people in their area of origin

Solidarités

4,077,030

HIGH

National

HTI-11/ER/38954/6116

Earthquake Relief Rubble Removal

Samaritan's Purse

9,758,155

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/38958/298

Facilitating Returns through Rubble Removal and Short-term Employment Opportunities

IOM

16,650,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/ER/38962/298

Land Tenure Assistance in support of the Return and Relocation Process

IOM

2,607,045

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39071/5186

Rubble removal in Ravine Pintade through Cash for Work activities

ACF

714,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39072/5157

Livelihoods support through cash for work and business recapitalization in remote rural areas

TEARFUND

865,484

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39093/5157

House Repairs

TEARFUND

747,489

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39130/5114

Réparations et reconstructions des maisons individuelles à Petit Goâve

HEKS

-

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39130/7809

Réparations et reconstructions des maisons individuelles à Petit Goâve

EPER Lausanne

1,250,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39189/776

Financing mechanisms for the reconstruction of damaged houses in areas of return/relocation of IDPs in 6 neighbourhoods of the Port au Prince Metropolitan Area

UNDP

7,505,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39195/13916

Small Enterprise Incubator for Inclusive Job Creation and Livelihood Generation

Entrepreneurs du Monde

695,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39203/5104

Promouvoir la réintégration économique de 30,000 femmes, jeunes et handicapés déplacés de Port au Prince, Léogâne et Jacmel, dans leurs milieux d’origine

ILO

8,056,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/ER/39205/776

Promoting return of IDPs to areas of origin through restoration of livelihoods

UNDP

9,650,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/ER/39221/6027

Livelihood and housing support to earthquake-affected populations in Port-au-Prince & Carrefour

PU

3,522,600

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39233/14518

Masonry Training and Repair of Yellow-tagged homes in Léogâne

AHV

3,192,818

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39246/14541

Restoring livelihoods of micro enterprises in Fontamara 43, Mariani.

GRUEEDH

104,390

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39248/14515

Optimiser et faciliter le retour des habitants de PITIT SAVANE dans leurs logements et leur quartier d'origine

FAU

1,324,350

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39267/5536

Safety Net and Income Generating Activities for Older People Affected by the Earthquake

HelpAge International

1,250,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39275/5536

Reduction des risques aux desastres pour les personnes agees vivant dans les camps

HelpAge International

371,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39376/5349

Inclusion of disability in the Early Recovery programme

HI

80,250

HIGH

National

HTI-11/ER/39398/8498

Economic Recovery Project for famillies in camps and host communities in Saint Martin

CW

2,396,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39405/120

Durable Solutions for most vulnerable IDPs in the border area

UNHCR

595,374

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/ER/39419/5120

Improved food security and livelihoods through safety net programmes, micro-enterprise reinforcement and employment creation

OXFAM GB

2,600,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39470/5103

Socio economic integration of youth and vulnerable adult women and men through vocational training

UNESCO

1,255,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/ER/39473/5767

Revitalization of livelihoods and improvement of safety and health condition of local communities through labour intensive trash collection

UNOPS

1,784,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39482/5767

Building assessments and management, analysis and dissemination of information available in the national infrastructure database for improved early recovery response

UNOPS

733,271

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39493/5767

Livelihood revitalization through labour-intensive canal cleaning and reinforcement of drainage system in Port-au-Prince

UNOPS

4,170,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39510/6079

Increased incomes through support for youth livelihoods

SC

526,500

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/ER/39515/6079

Livelihood support for women market traders

SC

690,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/ER/39518/7039

Supporting the Safe Return of Affected Households in Port-au-Prince to Their Communities of Origin Including Preparing and Rehabilitating the Districts (quartiers)

UN-HABITAT

8,655,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39520/1171

Enquêtes sur les services sociaux de base dans les quartiers de retour des migrants

UNFPA

749,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39535/6458

Support for recreation of livelihoods for vulnerable families in rural and urban areas directly or indirectly affected by the earthquake

ACTED

1,664,550

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39604/5767

Early recovery and livelihood revitalization through demolition of unsafe structures and labour intensive removal, processing and recycling of debris in Carrefour

UNOPS

8,050,475

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/ER/39665/5767

Repairs of earthquake damaged homes in Haiti

UNOPS

8,476,240

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

Sub total for EARLY RECOVERY

115,114,021




EDUCATION

HTI-11/E/37168/5390

Integrated Emergency Support to Schools in Gressier, Léogâne, Grand Goâve and Petit Goâve

Finnchurchaid

1,920,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/38034/13754

Capacity-building for Local Educational Association Supporting Non Public Schools in Haiti

OI

37,400

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/E/38037/13754

Community-based Psycho Social Support in Non Public Schools in Haiti

OI

77,770

HIGH

National

HTI-11/E/38047/14507

Appui à la rentrée scolaire de 3000 enfants issus de parents à bas niveau de revenu à Cité Soleil

FESFORDH

701,301

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/38104/13754

Intensive Teacher Training in Disaster Risk Reduction, Pedagogical Methods and Gender Awareness

OI

221,320

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/E/38237/5636

Ensure access to equity and quality primary education for children in affected rural communities of Petit-Goâve and Grand-Goâve, West Department, Haiti.

GVC

1,200,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/38246/5061

Disaster Risk Reduction Education in Schools and Communities in Petit-Goâve

ASB

249,395

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/38255/5128

Support to creating a dignified and safe environment in schools affected by the earthquake in Petit Goâve and Grand Goâve (Departement de l’Ouest)

CESVI

650,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/38532/8502

Early Childhood Care and Development for Haitian Children

WVI

763,590

HIGH

National

HTI-11/E/39078/5157

Education: Ensure access to high quality education

TEARFUND

3,611,486

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/39260/8498

Assisting earthquake-affected children in transitioning from emergency to normalcy through quality preschool and primary school education

CW

2,275,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/39400/124

Quality basic education for vulnerable children in earthquake-affected areas and host communities in Haiti

UNICEF

19,890,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/E/39486/5103

Enhancing disaster preparedness at community level through education in four coastal communities in Haiti.

UNESCO

503,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/E/39502/6079

Increasing access to quality education for children in earthquake-affected areas

SC

750,620

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/E/40272/5157

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Response in Rural Areas of Léogâne and Gressier

TEARFUND

48,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

Sub total for EDUCATION

32,898,882







Project code
(click on hyperlinked project code to open full project details)

Title

Appealing agency

Requirements
($)


Priority

Location

EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS

HTI-11/CSS

EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS CLUSTER / Provision of extended ICT services to the Humanitarian Community

WFP

See footnote

HIGH

Not specified

Sub total for EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS

-




FOOD AID

HTI-11/F/38062/5186

Food diversity reinforcement programme for vulnerable households supporting vendors and producers of fresh and processed food products

ACF

2,985,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/F/38761/561

Food Assistance to Vulnerable Groups

WFP

95,307,574

HIGH

National

HTI-11/F/39182/5768

Renforcement de la diversification alimentaire pour la population vulnérable et les DIPs de les « zones rouges » de Cité Soleil et Martissant

AVSI

720,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/F/39533/6458

Food assistance for most vulnerable population affected directly and indirectly by the earthquake

ACTED

2,975,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/F/40329/561

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Food Assistance in Response to Cholera Outbreak

WFP

-

HIGH

National

Sub total for FOOD AID

101,987,574




HEALTH

HTI-11/CSS/37704/122

Coordination of Health Services for the Disaster-affected Population in Haiti

WHO

588,500

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/37712/122

Emergency Preparedness and Response Capacity of the Health Sector

WHO

517,880

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/CSS/37797/122

Strengthening epidemiologic surveillance and outbreak prevention and control

WHO

7,415,100

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/38826/298

Capacity-building in Psycho-social Response to Emergencies and Displacement through an Executive Professional Masters

IOM

393,750

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/CSS/40192/122

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Coordination of Cholera Services for the Affected Population in Haiti

WHO

635,580

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40284/14615

CHOLERA RESPONSE / IMAT Mobile Medical Teams

IMAT

477,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/37624/13674

Trauma therapy (for earthquake victims) in the Dep. of Artibonite

LFA

56,604

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/H/37940/8767

Primary health care services for IDP of Delmas/Cité Soleil

MDM Canada

970,548

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/37955/13790

Maintaining and Improving 5 Existing Medical Clinics in Carrefour, Bristout/Bobin, Galette Chambon, Solino, Léogane and Organize Mobile Clinics in the Upper North East areas.

FHED-INC

1,560,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/38233/13723

Strengthening Reproductive Health Services for Earthquake Victims

MARCH

997,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38247/5586

Provision of Primary Health Care in the Delmas Commune

ARC

983,133

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38338/5465

Renforcement de 6 Centres de santé de Premier échelon et appuis aux structures de tutelle

France RC

1,178,200

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38470/13723

Camp edutainment

MARCH

991,110

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38540/6116

Comprehensive Maternal and Child Health Training Programme

Samaritan's Purse

306,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38541/14499

J/P HRO Lower Clinic

J/P HRO

105,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38571/14528

Soins de sante primaire au niveau de 5 sections communales de Jacmel

MHDR

232,800

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/H/38700/14536

Prise en charge et accompagnement post désastre en Haïti. Approche pluridisciplinaire & intégrée médico-légale et psycho-sociale

URAMEL

1,323,591

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38806/298

Assisted Patient Referral, Discharge and Support for Vulnerable Patients and Families

IOM

908,250

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38877/122

Environmental Health Post Earthquake

WHO

1,059,300

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/38907/8772

Prise en charge pluridisciplinaire des femmes affectées par le séisme et victimes de violence sur les communes de Carrefour, Port-au-Prince et Delmas

MDM France

1,287,363

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38923/298

Improving access to preventive public health information and linking communities with service providers aimed at returning/resettling and camp populations

IOM

798,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38943/8502

Emergency Obstetric Care

WVI

255,450

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39041/298

Ensuring Adequate Inpatient Treatment for Tuberculosis Patients among returnees, host communities, and camp populations in Port au Prince

IOM

693,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39045/8772

Amélioration de l’état de santé des populations qui ont été affectés par le séisme et ses conséquences sur les communes de Carrefour, Port-au-Prince et Delmas.

MDM France

2,171,172

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39075/7159

Establishment of a health centre for primary care and psychological support for central Port-au-Prince (Unité de Santé Familial – USF)

Saúde em Português

1,617,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39086/6116

Obstetrical Centre in Cabaret

Samaritan's Purse

3,600,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39091/6116

Cité Soleil Maternal Child Health Care

Samaritan's Purse

398,600

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39092/6116

Obstetrical Capacity Training at CHOSCAL

Samaritan's Purse

747,400

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39097/8498

Mother and Child Health, including HIV/AIDS Awareness among youth aged 15-24 years old.

CW

256,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39112/14534

Reaching the Unreached, Innovative sexual and reproductive health programming with young people most at risk in three cities

PK

285,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/H/39193/6116

Petit Goâve Trauma Centre

Samaritan's Purse

4,243,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39196/6116

Cabaret Trauma Centre

Samaritan's Purse

4,243,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39208/122

Access to a Comprehensive Package of Health Services

WHO

7,650,500

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/H/39212/122

Sog 2 et gbv apres, pendant et avant les situations de violence sexuelle

WHO

859,210

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/39237/14528

Fournir à 630 personnes infectées et affectées par le VHI/SIDA dans le Sud-Est un support en kits d’hygiène et de betterie cuisine

MHDR

299,600

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/H/39262/5536

Emergency Geriatric, Psycho-social and Home Base Care to Highly Vulnerable Older People Affected by earthquake in Haiti

HelpAge International

1,000,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39263/6116

Emergency Services Training, Petit Goâve

Samaritan's Purse

1,272,160

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39271/5850

Supporting health care provision through the establishment of mobile clinics and medical centres in some of the IDP catchment zones in the Port au Prince area

HWA

986,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39395/14528

Reamenagement du Dispensaire de l'Etat de Cochon-Gras-Jacmel

MHDR

55,000

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/H/39477/5195

Provision of primary health care services in the communes of Port-au-Prince, Delmas and Croix-de-Bouquets

MERLIN

2,801,996

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39478/1171

Renforcement des services de sante de la reproduction et de PTME dans les zones affectées par le séisme.

UNFPA

8,206,900

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39480/5195

Provision of primary health care services in the Petit Goâve commune

MERLIN

1,516,742

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39495/6079

Health in 2 IDP camps, rehabilitation/provision of services to 15 MSPP facilities

SC

1,004,500

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/H/39496/6079

Provide comprehensive Health services in 6 fixed clinics (5 of which support Hopital St Croix as main MSPP-sanctioned health care facility for area), and 6-8 mobile clinics, as needed

SC

1,004,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39499/6079

Support the provision of health services in 5 IDP camps, rehabilitation to 2 MSPP facilities

SC

996,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39609/124

Essential Health Services for children and women in earthquake-affected areas

UNICEF

12,168,468

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40169/14610

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Fight the epidemic of cholera in Haiti: Reinforce a preventive strategy and health surveillance in the countryside communities of Mirebalais and Lascahobas the centre department’s victims of the Cholera Epidemic.

MDM Argentina

200,000

HIGH

Centre (Hinche)

HTI-11/H/40183/298

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Response Project

IOM

1,012,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40189/14610

“Renforcer les soins de santé primaires et la prévention/promotion de la santé collective des femmes et des enfants des communautés paysannes de LÉOGÂNE et JACMEL, affectées par le tremblement de terre de janvier 2010"

MDM Argentina

350,000

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/H/40190/122

Mental Health

WHO

497,871

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40194/122

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Implementation of the National Cholera Response Plan

WHO

16,628,656

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40214/14471

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Reponse et Controle de l'epidemie de cholera dans le departement de l'Ouest et l'Artibonite

ASA

550,945

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40263/5536

CHOLERA RESPONSE / HelpAge International Cholera Response Appeal

HelpAge International

148,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40269/124

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Child Health

UNICEF

5,808,341

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40270/6758

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Support to community health networks to adress the cholera epidemics in the Cahos mountains (5eme section Perodin and 6eme Medor of Petite Rivière de l'Artibonite)

Inter Aide

33,300

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/H/40298/13895

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Strenghtening of 5 Haïtian departments aimed at improving the availibility and management of cholera-related pharmaceuticals and disposables

PAH

1,940,980

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40301/5585

CHOLERA RESPONSE / CARE Haiti: Emergency Cholera Awareness, Prevention and Response Initiatives in Earthquake and Cholera-Affected Areas of Haiti

CARE USA

4,309,212

HIGH

Nord-Ouest (Port-de-Paix)

HTI-11/H/40310/8649

CHOLERA RESPONSE / CTC implementation in the commune of Carrefour

FTC

981,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40321/5586

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Establishment and Operation of the Cholera Treatment Unit in Terrain Acra IDP Camp and Delmas 30 & 32

ARC

714,780

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40324/6079

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Health

SC

1,900,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40326/13934

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) and Community Support

Haiti Participative

1,373,124

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40331/14561

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Formation et sensibilization des gens vivant dans les camps contre le cholera

OEDH

75,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40375/13790

Cholera Prevention and Reduction in Bristout & Bobin Camps Peguy-Ville, Port-Au-Prince

FHED-INC

220,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40379/1171

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Reinforcing Reproductive Health Care Services to Diminish the Impact of Hurricane Tomas in the spread of cholera and its effects on pregnant women, PMTC and PLWHIV

UNFPA

11,206,800

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/40381/8767

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Commune Delmas, Port au Prince

MDM Canada

937,600

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/40383/8772

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Reponse Epidemie de Cholera Departements de L’ouest et de la Grande Anse

MDM France

1,812,345

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40191/122

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health

WHO

3,531,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40325/6458

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Emergency WASH Intervention in Community Health Care Centre

ACTED

300,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

Sub total for HEALTH

135,647,361




LOGISTICS

HTI-11/CSS/39069/561

Logistics Augmentation (Transport and Storage) and Cluster Coordination

WFP

18,300,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40341/561

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Logistics Augmentation and Cluster Coordination for Cholera Outbreak Response

WFP

6,500,000

HIGH

National

Sub total for LOGISTICS

24,800,000




NUTRITION

HTI-11/H/38126/5768

Lutte contre la malnutrition aigue des FEA et des enfants des quartiers le plus vulnérables de Porte au Prince (Cité Soleil et Martissant)

AVSI

1,248,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38198/5186

Capacity stengthening of MSPP for Community management of acute malnutrition and community prevention and management of moderate acute malnutrition in North Artibonite, Haiti

ACF

1,085,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/H/38245/5186

Transversal answer to the malnutrition issue in post emergency in Port-au-Prince

ACF

1,709,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/38555/8768

Support à une alimentation infantile adaptée et prise en charge de la malnutrition aiguë chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans et les femmes enceintes et mère allaitantes dans les communes de Petit Goâve et de Grand Goâve, Département de l’Ouest.

MDM Suisse

1,005,058

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39074/124

Emergency Nutrition Services in Earthquake-affected Areas

UNICEF

18,152,550

HIGH

National

HTI-11/H/39096/8498

Contribute to the reduction of morbidity and mortality of children under five and pregnant/lactating women attributed to acute malnutrition in earthquake-affected zones of Port au Prince

CW

1,593,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/H/39500/6079

Reduction of infant, child and maternal mortality and morbidity through prevention and treatment of acute malnutrition in Haiti

SC

1,873,000

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

Sub total for NUTRITION

26,665,608




PROTECTION

HTI-11/CSS/38164/120

Protection Cluster Leadership and Coordination 2011

UNHCR

175,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/38164/5025

Protection Cluster Leadership and Coordination 2011

OHCHR

520,601

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/39524/5586

Training Local and INGO Partners in Preventive and Response Techniques for SGBV

ARC

150,000

MEDIUM

National

HTI-11/CSS/40177/5025

Increase capacity of national actors to respond to immediate protection needs of earthquake-affected population

OHCHR

670,090

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40236/12874

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Youth, Cholera and the Media in cholera affected areas including the vulnerable people living in 14 IDP camps

IEDA Relief

500,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/CSS/40358/14622

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Critical Supply And Medical Personnel Transport

MMRC

40,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/37595/124

Child Protection emergency response to prevent and respond to abuse, violence and exploitation in a post earthquake situation

UNICEF

24,412,050

HIGH

National

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/37868/13721

Building Capacity of Haitian Media to Raise Awareness of Child Protection and Child Trafficking Issues

CECOSIDA

255,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/37937/5465

Programme de renforcement des acteurs Haitiens dans le secteur de la protection et du psycho-social

France RC

393,250

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38043/5768

Appui au développement du système de protection d’enfance a Cité Soleil et Martissant (UN RED AREA)

AVSI

1,250,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38380/5762

Projet de prévention, de protection et d’appui psycho-social en faveur des enfants affectés par le séisme, déplacés et victimes de violences, abus et exploitation dans les départements de l’Ouest et du Sud d’Haïti

Terre Des Hommes

3,180,395

HIGH

National

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38514/7356

Providing Protection and Solutions to IDPs

USCRI

1,000,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38940/5186

Renforcement de la capacité individuelle et communautaire à répondre aux catastrophes naturelles

ACF

675,000

MEDIUM

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38942/5186

Post-crisis response to population psychologically affected by the earthquake of January 12th, 2010 in the area of Port au Prince

ACF

306,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38949/1171

Reducing Gender-Based Violence Risks in IDP sites

UNFPA

273,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/38949/298

Reducing Gender-Based Violence Risks in IDP sites

IOM

1,387,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39054/298

Mapping of the Most Vulnerable in High-Risk IDP sites in Port-au-Prince

IOM

748,125

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39249/5179

Promoting Awareness and Access to Human Rights in Port au Prince

IRC

286,760

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39354/13994

Provide Identification paper for earthquake victims in Gressier, Léogâne Grand Goâve and Petit Goâve

ACAT

429,705

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39413/13757

Reinforcement of Services for Street Children in Port-au-Prince

Heartland

2,936,027

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39428/14496

Prise en charge des enfants orphelins vulnérables affectés/infectés par le VIH/SIDA & prise en charge temporaire des enfants vulnérables victimes du tremblement de terre

MAEC

287,292

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39436/120

Protection of IDPs through response to SGBV, documentation, prevention of forced evictions and targeted intervention to the most vulnerable

UNHCR

5,212,084

HIGH

National

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39455/8498

Protecting and promoting the respect for the rights of women and children in Port-au-Prince

CW

332,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39466/8649

Strengthening GBV response in Port au Prince (communes of Carrefour & Delmas)

FTC

633,489

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39498/1171

Protection, Prise en charge et Accompagnement des femmes et filles victimes de violences en Haiti

UNFPA

7,536,300

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39503/14496

Accompagnement psycho-social des enfants vulnérables et renforcement des capacités des communautés afin de favoriser une prise en charge bénévole de proximité

MAEC

592,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39506/5179

Reinforcing the Capacity of Haitian Civil Society Organizations to Respond to and Prevent Violence Against Women

IRC

721,621

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39516/5586

Safe Spaces for Children and Youth in the Delmas 32 Area

ARC

728,240

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39519/6079

Fostering community-based child protection in Haiti

SC

2,400,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/39525/6079

Supporting Girls to lead Safe and Empowered Lives through Livelihoods and Protection Strategies

SC

500,000

HIGH

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

HTI-11/P-HR-RL/40339/14587

Improvement of the living conditions and Integration of street children around port-au-prince

FIDEH

720,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40357/5120

CHOLERA RESPONSE

OXFAM GB

1,500,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

Sub total for PROTECTION

60,751,529




SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

HTI-11/S-NF/37844/14376

2,500 Transitional Homes for Haiti

Un Techo Para Mi Pais

4,500,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/37936/5861

Shelter Provision for Structurally Comdemned Residences in the Earthquake Zone, Port au Prince

IRD

4,210,250

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38196/14470

Moving Into Durable Shelters

ARI

1,688,751

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38230/5061

Transitional shelter construction in support of returnees and training in safer construction methods

ASB

1,490,948

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38535/6116

Emergency Shelter Preparedness for Greater Port-au-Prince and Cabaret

Samaritan's Purse

1,538,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38961/298

Provision of transitional shelters and land tenure support to facilitate a safe return for IDPs

IOM

7,917,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38964/298

Upgrading transitional shelters with more durable materials in areas of return

IOM

5,386,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/38967/298

Provision of Returnee NFI kits and Replacement of Emergency Shelters for IDPs who cannot Return

IOM

10,022,880

HIGH

National

HTI-11/S-NF/38970/298

Pre-positioning of essential Non-food Items in key regions

IOM

3,833,361

HIGH

National

HTI-11/S-NF/38983/5768

Appui aux IDPs dans les emergency shelters et les transitional shelters dans les sites de retour, pour la population de la « zone rouge » de Cité Soleil

AVSI

1,850,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39056/14522

T-shelter pour la zone de:Bois dioute, Mahotière,Rivière froide,waney87 (commune de carrefour)

HU

1,590,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39076/5157

Shelter: Provision of shelter for Disaster-affected Households in remote rural communities

TEARFUND

2,426,904

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39220/6027

Housing support to earthquake-affected populations in the municipalities of Port-au-Prince and Carrefour

PU

1,469,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39298/5006

Earthquake and hurricane resistant transitional shelters in Petit Goâve and Grande Goâve

DWHH

2,048,057

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39416/8502

Integrated Assistance for the Community Returns Process

WVI

5,453,008

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39424/8498

Concern Contingency Stocks for Emergency Response

CW

565,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39447/8502

Strengthening Emergency Shelter and Emergency Reserve Capacity

WVI

13,220,385

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39464/5585

Shelter support (t-shelters) to earthquake-affected populations

CARE USA

3,100,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39467/8497

1500 transitional shelters for Haiti

FH

2,250,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39521/5586

ARC Transitional Shelter Upgrade

ARC

3,086,736

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39529/14559

Semi-Permanent Shelters for 60 Families in Need in Bas Laferoney

AMI

269,775

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39536/6458

Improvement of the shelter response and gap coverage

ACTED

3,208,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/S-NF/39653/5767

Strengthening Transitional Shelter response in earthquake-affected Haiti

UNOPS

10,711,160

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

Sub total for SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

91,835,715




WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE

HTI-11/CSS/38243/122

Assessment and Monitoring of Water Quality

WHO

765,050

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/37932/5861

Provision of Urgent Sanitation and Hygiene Services for Earthquake-affected Communities in Léogâne, Haiti

IRD

1,200,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38060/5527

Water, sanitation and hygiene for camps and communities.

NCA

2,005,300

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38177/14471

Assurer les besoins en eau, hygiène et assainissement pour les populations affectées et vulnérables pour promouvoir leur retour et dans les camps, et, renforcer les structures communautaires pour la reduction, la gestion et la reponse aux desastres pour Port-au-Prince,Croix des Bouquets, Gressier et Léogâne

ASA

724,332

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38195/14469

Ecological Sanitation in Post-Earthquake Haiti

SOIL

963,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38201/6775

Sustainable and integrated community-based basic water & sanitation infrastructure, community management strengthening and hygiene promotion project in the region of Petit Goâve, Haiti (SICobWatSan)

AN

516,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38212/14470

Improved WASH at Schools

ARI

799,482

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38214/14470

Improved WASH for displaced persons

ARI

898,955

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38226/13282

Sustainable Hygiene Promotion and Household Chlorination in Affected Rural Areas

Deep Springs International

384,000

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38229/5186

To contribute to cover the primary needs of the population in Canaan camp, in the suburb area of Port au Prince

ACF

1,234,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38232/5162

WASH Humanitarian Assistance for Returning Earthquake Victims and Maintenance of Basic Services for Vulnerable People in Camps in Petion-Ville and Tabarre, Haiti

Mercy Corps

2,106,370

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38234/5186

WaSH response in 8 areas of Port au Prince to facilitate the return of population affected by the earthquake of the 12th of January 2010

ACF

2,784,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38236/8498

Transitioning focus of WASH Earthquake Response services from Camps to Neighbourhoods (WFFCN)

CW

2,800,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38239/5186

Portable latrines dislodging for places where no sustainable solutions can be found in a short term

ACF

802,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38240/5157

WASH In Rural Areas Of Léogâne & Gressier

TEARFUND

1,913,004

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38241/5128

Creating a dignified and healthy environment for the earthquake-affected population in Petit & Grand-Goâve (Haiti)

CESVI

800,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38242/298

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Provision of transitional WASH Services to reduce public health risk in earthquake and cholera affected areas

IOM

18,631,397

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/38244/5186

Contingency plan and stock for the Gonaïves

ACF

842,000

MEDIUM

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/38251/5636

WASH in the affected rural areas of the West Department (PG-GG)

GVC

1,960,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38377/5585

WASH support for earthquake-affected populations in Léogâne

CARE USA

1,922,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38383/5585

WASH support for earthquake-affected populations in Carrefour

CARE USA

2,387,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38388/8502

Sustainable Water, Sanitation And Hygiene Promotion Project

WVI

6,788,380

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/38551/5633

Améliorer durablement l’accès a l’eau potable, à l’hygiène et à l’assainissement des enfants scolarisés dans les écoles affectées par le séisme du 12 janvier 2010, Commune de Petit-Goâve

Solidarités

752,509

MEDIUM

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38565/5633

Improving access to water, hygiene and sanitation in IDP sites, Port au Prince

Solidarités

3,152,051

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/38570/14522

projet de constructions de latrines familiales et communautaires a roseaux dexième section communale de saint- marc dans l'une des zones touchées par l'epidemie de choléra

HU

138,927

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/39059/298

Providing clean water in St. Marc

IOM

300,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/39061/13876

Information et éducation à l’hygiène dans 3 Communes de la zone frontaliere

PESADEV

982,955

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39083/124

UNICEF WASH Emergency and Recovery in Haiti

UNICEF

24,923,865

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/39216/6116

WASH services for IDP camps in directly affected zones

Samaritan's Purse

1,376,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39219/6116

WASH Rural Returnees Project

Samaritan's Purse

1,750,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39222/6116

WASH-in-schools

Samaritan's Purse

2,662,500

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39272/12874

Contribuer à la réduction des risques liés à l’eau, la assainissement et l’hygiène“Projet de prévention et de lutte contre les maladies hydriques pour les retournés et les déplacés vivant dans les familles d’accueil

IEDA Relief

1,014,729

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39491/6079

Restoration and rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities at the community level as a step towards building back Haiti better

SC

1,867,822

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/39528/8497

Amélioration de l’accès a l’eau, a l’assainissement et a l’hygiène des populations victimes et vulnerables dans les localités Bellevue la Montagne, Aux Cadets, Siloe et Belladères.

FH

5,350,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39534/6458

Community-based hygiene awareness and best practices in earthquake and outbreak affected areas

ACTED

2,969,300

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/39784/14561

Transformation des déchets en produits utiles

OEDH

620,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39841/13790

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Continue to Provide 11000 Bio Sands Water Filters to Prevent the Spread of Cholera and Endemic Diseases in The Upper North East areas of Carice, Mombin Crochu, Mont Organisé, Perches, and Vallières.

FHED-INC

3,060,300

MEDIUM

Nord-Est (Fort-Liberté)

HTI-11/WS/39851/14527

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Assainissement de l'eau et distribution de l'eau potable dans le camps de Delmas 33, rue Kawas

URBATEX

1,841,125

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/39851/6971

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Assainissement de l'eau et distribution de l'eau potable dans le camps de Delmas 33, rue Kawas

RI

343,971

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40119/12721

Appui à l’amélioration des conditions de vie sanitaire et socio-économique des familles affectées dans les quartiers de retour de Léogane, Haïti

OXFAM Quebec

1,065,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40203/8498

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Concern Haiti Cholera Response Project

CW

3,306,786

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40208/5186

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Emergency response to cholera outbreak in Artibonite, Nord Ouest and Ouest departments, Haiti

ACF

3,630,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40209/5162

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Response for Vulnerable People in Camps in Petion-Ville and Tabarre, Haiti

Mercy Corps

199,483

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40210/14471

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Reponse et Controle de l'epidemie de cholera dans le departement de l'Ouest et l'Artibonite

ASA

813,950

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40215/8502

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Prevention and Response Project

WVI

1,916,091

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40231/13282

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Household Chlorination at National Scale

Deep Springs International

935,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40240/6079

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Save the Children WASH

SC

2,100,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40244/5167

CHOLERA RESPONSE

COOPI

1,800,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40248/5861

CHOLERA RESPONSE / IRD Emergency Cholera Response in Artibonite

IRD

3,360,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/40256/5527

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Improving Public Health of population in camps, schools and cholera affected rural areas

NCA

2,782,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40262/5179

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Prevention in Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps and surrounding areas

IRC

1,152,817

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40266/124

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

UNICEF

19,418,566

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40278/13935

CHOLERA RESPONSE / International Action's Clean Water Campaign against Cholera

International Action

1,000,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/40281/8649

CHOLERA RESPONSE / community-based cholera response in the community of Carrefour

FTC

449,052

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40282/5633

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Emergency response to the cholera outbreak in the metropolitan area of Port au Prince

Solidarités

5,053,344

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40288/8649

CHOLERA RESPONSE / School-Based Cholera Prevention in the Carrefour Area

FTC

626,322

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40292/5349

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Rapid response for the most vulnerable persons and their families

HI

592,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40293/13819

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Hygiene Promotion at Earthquake-affected schools

American Institutes for Research

255,065

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40295/14469

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Emergency Hygiene Promotion and Sanitation Sevices

SOIL

2,325,775

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40297/8058

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Hygiene Promotion

IRW

558,797

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40303/6458

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Emergency WASH Intervention in response and prevention to cholera outbreaks

ACTED

4,000,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40304/5186

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Sensitization of the population on cholera and prevention measures

ACF

100,000

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40305/5120

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Cholera Response Project

OXFAM GB

1,500,000

HIGH

Artibonite (Gonaïves)

HTI-11/WS/40309/12721

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Réponse d’urgence au choléra en Haïti

OXFAM Quebec

1,000,000

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40322/7790

CHOLERA RESPONSE / IEC and pre-positioning on cholera response kits

GOAL

174,120

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40328/13934

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Zero Cholera Caravane

Haiti Participative

684,162

HIGH

National

HTI-11/WS/40344/13934

CHOLERA RESPONSE / Sensitization against Cholera in Schools - Pilot

Haiti Participative

266,121

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40356/6116

CHOLERA RESPONSE / WASH Emergency Cholera Mitigation

Samaritan's Purse

3,205,400

HIGH

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

HTI-11/WS/40376/13790

Prevention of Cholera in 80 Voodoo Temples in Léogane, Bristout/Bobin camps in Peguy -Ville, and Valheureux in the Lower Artibonite.

FHED-INC

373,300

HIGH

National

Sub total for WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE

170,976,975




CLUSTER NOT YET SPECIFIED

HTI-11/SNYS/40090/8487

Emergency Relief Response Fund (ERRF) Haiti [target needs $15,000,000]

ERF (OCHA)

-

HIGH

National

Sub total for CLUSTER NOT YET SPECIFIED

-







Grand Total

906,961,206




Table V: Summary of requirements (grouped by location)


Consolidated Appeal for Haiti 2011

as of 15 November 2010



http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by appealing organizations.

Location

Requirements
($)


Artibonite (Gonaïves)

17,975,831

Centre (Hinche)

2,268,236

National

512,370,568

Nord-Est (Fort-Liberté)

3,060,300

Nord-Ouest (Port-de-Paix)

4,309,212

Ouest (Port-au-Prince)

360,246,659

Sud-Est (Jacmel)

6,730,400

Grand Total

906,961,206


ANNEX III. INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT SOCIETIES



Haiti earthquake operation
Summary of the plan of action


Background
This document reflects a summary of the revised plan of action with a total budget of 314,329,971 Swiss francs. It articulates operational adjustments to the emergency appeal initially launched on 26 January 2010, which was then revised to 218.4 million Swiss francs on 9 February 2010 (the detailed plan of action is available upon request).
Montreal declaration

In February 2010, Red Cross and Red Crescent partners involved in the Haiti recovery operation gathered in Montreal to devise a shared strategy and identify common priority areas. Collectively, Red Cross and Red Crescent leaders committed to:



  • strengthening the capacity of the Haitian Red Cross Society, recognizing its crucial role within Haiti’s often fractured society

  • providing curative health services for approximately 500,000 people for the critical first six months of the operation, as well as longer-term health support services

  • providing approximately 30,000 families with appropriate transitional shelter

  • complementing health and shelter assistance with water and sanitation for 30,000 families

  • contributing meaningfully to protect the most vulnerable during Haiti’s long and difficult recovery and reconstruction


Red Cross Red Crescent plan of action

A Red Cross Red Crescent plan of action was developed and presented at the Red Cross Red Crescent New York Summit in April 2010. This plan was structured around three pillars:




The three pillars approach

Earthquake operation

Pillar 1

Disaster preparedness

Pillar 2

Strengthening the
Haitian Red Cross Society


Pillar 3

Support affected households with their immediate post-earthquake needs and help them move towards recovery.

Introducing key community-based DRRand disaster preparedness measures, bearing in mind the potential impact that the rains and hurricanes can have on an annual basis upon this already weakened nation.

Focusing on the responsibility that Red Cross Red Crescent partners and the IFRC have for supporting and strengthening the Haitian Red Cross Society.


The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies plan of action

The IFRC plan of action comprises only part of the much broader Red Cross Red Crescent plan of action. It includes only multilateral activities, i.e., activities that will be delivered by the Haitian Red Cross Society with IFRC support, and with funding received from more than 90 national Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.


The IFRC’s plan and budget has been designed with the funding commitments and intentions of national societies in mind. At the April 2010 New York Summit, there was a clear indication of interest from the 25 attending national societies in providing a further (and estimated) 100 million Swiss francs to the IFRC in addition to the approximately 200 million Swiss francs that had already been contributed.36 The IFRC’s plan of action calls for 314 million Swiss francs with 85 million Swiss francs being sought.37
Overview
Cooperation among Red Cross Red Crescent actors has been essential to the Haitian Red Cross Society’s (HRCS) ability to assume a lead role in addressing the staggering needs generated by the earthquake on 12 January 2010. In the seven month period following the earthquake, the HRCS with the support of delegates, staff and volunteers originating from some 59 Red Cross Red Crescent national societies, 21 Emergency Response Units and other Red Cross Red Crescent ERTs from Mexico, Colombia, South Korea and Qatar have worked together to deliver urgently needed water, relief items (NFIs and emergency shelter), and health and sanitation services to hundreds of thousands of individuals in affected communities throughout PaP and other affected areas. As the operation transitions into longer term programming, the IFRC will continue to work with the HRCS to provide assistance to affected communities, and help Haiti rebuild so local response capabilities are better than before. The programmes described in this plan of action have been developed in consultation with the HRCS based on needs assessments in the affected communities.


Pillar 1: the earthquake operation

Relief. Increasingly, and understandably, the attention of the Haitian Government and the international and humanitarian communities are turning towards the considerable task of recovery and reconstruction. There remains, however, staggering basic humanitarian needs amongst Haiti’s displaced. The IFRC will continue to provide basic relief until the end of 2010 in an attempt to protect the basic dignity of those living in settlements. This includes the distribution of traditional NFIs and replacement of emergency shelter items that rapidly deteriorate in Haiti’s harsh climate.
Shelter. The shelter needs in Haiti are unprecedented. The earthquake displaced an estimated 2 million people with 1.3 million people finding refuge in settlements across the affected region in the months that followed. It was clear from the outset that before permanent solutions could be found, Haiti’s earthquake survivors would need considerable emergency shelter assistance as well as support to bridge the difficult transitional period of recovery.
In the six months following the earthquake, Red Cross emergency shelter distributions reached 125,000 families with 233,000 tarpaulins and more than 9,000 family tents. A second round of shelter distribution, targeting 80,000 families, began in August.
Whilst addressing emergency shelter needs, the IFRC has also started a programme that will provide 7,500 families with safe and improved shelter coupled with improved access to water and sanitation. In addition to building wooden transitional shelters, the IFRC will support families returning to their homes if the location is safe. The IFRC will also help families return to their plots once cleared of rubble, and help repair homes that can be salvaged.
Health and care. Haiti’s health indicators before the earthquake were amongst the worst in the Americas. Haiti had the region’s highest rates of infant and maternal mortality, the worst malnutrition and the highest HIV and AIDS rates. The country also had a weak public health system with only 20% of health care previously being delivered by the state. For many of Haiti’s affected, the earthquake response represents the first time that they have had access to formal and free health care.
The IFRC’s initial focus on supporting curative health services for the first year of the response will give way to a focus on community mobilization and behaviour change, supporting the long-term objectives of the HRCS which include bolstering its HIV and AIDS capacity, and strengthening its existing blood donor recruitment programme.
Water and sanitation. Everyday more than 300,000 people in PaP receive safe water from Red Cross Red Crescent partners. This support, coupled with extensive sanitation and hygiene activities, contributed heavily to the fact that there were no disease outbreaks in the post disaster phase. The water and sanitation needs in Haiti are not primarily the result of the earthquake. Prior to 12 January 2010, 63% of Haitians had regular (but not necessarily sufficient) access to drinking water. Only 17% had access to sanitation services and watery diarrhoea caused between five and 16% of child deaths.
The need for a long-term approach to strengthening Haiti’s water and sanitation capacity is clear. The IFRC has been working very closely with Haiti’s national water authority, DINEPA since the earthquake. This collaboration will continue into the third year of the operation, with the goal of successfully transferring institutional capacity from the IFRC to the public authorities.
Livelihoods. Similarly to water and sanitation, income and livelihood needs in Haiti clearly pre-date the earthquake. In 2009, various estimates suggested that between 72% and even 90% of Haitians lived on less than $1 per day. Such poverty inevitably contributed to the severity of January’s disaster and any recovery effort must address it wherever possible. Whilst planning is still underway, the IFRC’s livelihoods programme will be integrated with shelter and water and sanitation programmes. In terms of shelter, opportunities clearly exist in relation to the building of transitional shelters, the repairing of damaged houses, and removal and transformation of rubble.


Pillar 2: disaster preparedness

Preparations for the hurricane and rain season are well underway. However, other triggers for new humanitarian crises are still on the horizon. The vulnerabilities of Haitian communities to natural hazards will require many years to address effectively.


Pillar 3: National Society development

The continuing strength of the HRCS is at the very heart of the IFRC’s plan of action. The strategy that has been developed focuses on ensuring the national society’ capacity can continue to meet the needs of earthquake-affected communities. However, it also addresses the long-term priorities of the HRCS – priorities that pre-date the earthquake. It looks, for example, at continuing to ensure the HRCS´s leading role in the country’s fight against HIV and AIDS, as well as expanding and strengthening the blood service programme.

Maintaining operational capacity

The IFRC’s operation is Haiti is one of the largest in its history. More than 1,500 international delegates have been involved in the operation and an excess of 13,000 tons of aid has been brought into the country. In addition, 17 national Red Cross societies have bilateral programmes underway in Haiti. The scope of the IFRC’s logistical and operational capacity will remain consistent for the duration of the plan of action, albeit with changing and steadily increasing emphasis on recovery as of early 2011. The IFRC’s ability to support national societies in their operations will also need to be maintained, both in terms of support services and movement coordination.
Finally, the IFRC is committed to continuing its engagement with beneficiaries. Already hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors have received vital information about the support that is available to them, as well as warnings and advice about the risks they face through the IFRC’s beneficiary communication project. The early successes of the Red Cross Red Crescent/Trilogy SMS partnership and the weekly Radio Croix Rouge Haitienne programme must evolve into a practice of sustainable engagement with our most important stakeholders: the beneficiaries.
Financial overview of the plan of action

Appeal target: 314,329,971 Swiss francs in cash, in kind, or services are required to support the plan of action of the HRCS and the IFRC. As of 24 September 2010, a total 229.5 million Swiss francs have been received to cover this budget, resulting in a 73% coverage of the appeal. The 2,560,967 Swiss francs requested to support the IFRC and Red Crescent Society’s inter-agency coordination of the shelter and NFIs cluster have already been covered by different donors.

Programme

Budget

Relief (1)

57,362,076

Health

6,843,227

Water and sanitation

36,910,005

Léogâne water and sanitation and Health

10,976,327

Shelter (2)

62,718,559

Livelihoods

9,843,264

Pillar 2: disaster preparedness and disaster response management

14,858,960

Pillar 3: National Society development

17,559,885

Movement coordination

3,883,161

Communications

4,442,775

Emergency Response Units (3)

19,445,615

In-country management

1,869,795

Support services

16,143,826

Logistics

20,655,098

Base camp and security

27,352,367

Zone office/Geneva support

3,465,030

Total plan of action

314,329,971

Shelter cluster coordination

2,560,967

(1) Relief programme includes emergency shelter activities







The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Society’s vision is to inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all times all forms of humanitarian activities by National Societies, with a view to preventing and alleviating human suffering, and thereby contributing to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and peace in the world.



ANNEX IV. DONOR RESPONSE TO THE 2010 APPEAL

Table VI: Summary of requirements and funding (grouped by cluster)


Haiti Revised Humanitarian Appeal (January - December 2010)
as of 15 November 2010
http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.

Cluster

Original requirements

Revised requirements

Carry-
over


Funding



Total
resources
available


Unmet requirements

%
Covered


Uncommitted
pledges





($)

($)

($)

($)

($)

($)




($)




A

B

C

D

E=C+D

B-E

E/B

F

AGRICULTURE

23,000,000

58,818,036

-

31,526,150

31,526,150

27,291,886

54%

-

CAMP COORDINATION AND CAMP MANAGEMENT (CCCM)

1,300,000

78,779,460

-

36,196,220

36,196,220

42,583,240

46%

-

COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

10,487,579

21,861,148

165,430

21,833,048

21,998,478

- 137,330

101%

-

EARLY RECOVERY

49,218,850

140,705,800

-

53,617,941

53,617,941

87,087,859

38%

-

EDUCATION

11,100,000

87,536,872

-

85,523,861

85,523,861

2,013,011

98%

-

EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNI-CATIONS

782,460

4,433,765

-

782,460

782,460

3,651,305

18%

-

FOOD AID

246,039,060

486,742,542

3,635,725

349,899,032

353,534,757

133,207,785

73%

2,111,614

HEALTH

33,900,000

140,320,179

-

103,096,178

103,096,178

37,224,001

73%

450,000

LOGISTICS

33,527,705

89,843,876

-

64,629,799

64,629,799

25,214,077

72%

-

NUTRITION

48,400,000

48,108,992

-

46,236,495

46,236,495

1,872,497

96%

-

PROTECTION

16,230,000

71,867,732

-

42,940,134

42,940,134

28,927,598

60%

100,000

SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

29,250,000

162,263,354

-

102,276,697

102,276,697

59,986,657

63%

220,000

WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE

58,825,000

110,939,574

-

97,216,853

97,216,853

13,722,721

88%

-

CLUSTER NOT SPECIFIED

-

-

1,497,307

39,136,182

40,633,489

n/a

n/a

-

Grand Total

562,060,654

1,502,221,330

5,298,462

1,074,911,050

1,080,209,512

422,011,818

72%

2,881,614

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 15 November 2010. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (fts.unocha.org).



Table VII: Summary of requirements and funding (grouped by appealing organization)


Haiti Revised Humanitarian Appeal (January - December 2010)
as of 15 November 2010
http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.




Appealing
organization


Original requirements

Revised requirements

Carry-
over


Funding

Total
resources
available


Unmet requirements

% Covered

Uncommitted
pledges


 

($)

($)

($)

($)

($)

($)




($)

 

A

B

C

D

E=C+D

B-E

E/B

F

AAI

-

3,137,582

-

-

-

3,137,582

0%

-

ACAT

-

40,600

-

-

-

40,600

0%

-

ACDI/VOCA

-

3,280,000

-

3,878,712

3,878,712

- 598,712

100%

-

ACF

700,000

30,290,843

-

17,869,823

17,869,823

12,421,020

59%

-

ACTED

-

28,330,225

-

11,382,013

11,382,013

16,948,212

40%

-

ADRA-Haiti

-

478,100

-

478,000

478,000

100

100%

-

Aide et Action

-

1,109,385

-

-

-

1,109,385

0%

-

AMI

-

211,546

-

-

-

211,546

0%

-

AMURT (USA)

-

518,940

-

-

-

518,940

0%

-

ARC

-

1,447,500

-

1,297,180

1,297,180

150,320

90%

-

AVSF

-

1,720,464

-

1,365,546

1,365,546

354,918

79%

-

AVSI

-

4,205,100

-

628,248

628,248

3,576,852

15%

-

Bioforce

-

414,433

-

-

-

414,433

0%

-

CARE International

-

12,875,000

-

11,310,684

11,310,684

1,564,316

88%

-

CECOSIDA

-

255,000

-

-

-

255,000

0%

-

CEHPAPE

-

750,000

-

-

-

750,000

0%

-

CESVI

-

1,011,400

-

1,012,751

1,012,751

- 1,351

100%

-

CISP

-

183,130

-

-

-

183,130

0%

-

COOPI

-

1,380,000

-

1,794,000

1,794,000

- 414,000

100%

-

CW

-

2,409,600

-

2,409,600

2,409,600

-

100%

-

Deep Springs International

400,000

472,592

-

-

-

472,592

0%

-

Entrepreneurs du Monde

-

741,910

-

744,431

744,431

- 2,521

100%

-

ERF (OCHA)

-

-

1,497,307

22,339,862

23,837,169

n/a

n/a

-

FAO

23,000,000

32,511,179

-

16,160,355

16,160,355

16,350,824

50%

-

FHED-INC

-

1,780,000

-

-

-

1,780,000

0%

-

Finnchurchaid

-

1,650,000

-

937,951

937,951

712,049

57%

-

Floresta

-

1,792,324

-

476,375

476,375

1,315,949

27%

-

FRATERNITE NOTRE DAME

-

408,500

-

-

-

408,500

0%

-

Haiti Participative

-

258,563

-

-

-

258,563

0%

-

Heartland

-

1,459,449

-

-

-

1,459,449

0%

-

HFHI

-

35,021,289

-

15,650,471

15,650,471

19,370,818

45%

-

HHI

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

HI

5,850,000

30,590,830

-

9,889,021

9,889,021

20,701,809

32%

-

Hopital Albert Schweitzer

-

3,390,000

-

759,518

759,518

2,630,482

22%

-

Hopital Sainte Croix

-

575,000

-

-

-

575,000

0%

-

HWA

-

2,534,389

-

-

-

2,534,389

0%

-

IAHV

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

IFOCOH

-

168,000

-

-

-

168,000

0%

-

ILO

2,380,000

2,380,000

-

589,510

589,510

1,790,490

25%

-

IMC

2,200,000

7,738,720

-

9,334,618

9,334,618

- 1,595,898

100%

-

IMS

-

600,474

-

-

-

600,474

0%

-

International Action

-

523,000

-

-

-

523,000

0%

-

Internews

-

748,908

-

748,908

748,908

-

100%

-

INTERSOS

-

600,600

-

600,600

600,600

-

100%

-

IOM

29,175,000

128,223,931

-

93,663,109

93,663,109

34,560,822

73%

-

IRC

250,000

4,075,060

-

4,075,060

4,075,060

-

100%

-

IRD

-

4,096,927

-

4,845,969

4,845,969

- 749,042

100%

-

IRD/MEBSH

-

745,000

-

-

-

745,000

0%

-

IRW

-

123,061

-

-

-

123,061

0%

-

JRS

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

MARCH

-

480,080

-

-

-

480,080

0%

-

MDM Canada

-

1,183,000

-

-

-

1,183,000

0%

-

MDM France

-

4,661,965

-

2,621,232

2,621,232

2,040,733

56%

-

MDM Greece

400,000

900,000

-

-

-

900,000

0%

-

MDM Suisse

-

652,750

-

652,750

652,750

-

100%

-

Mercy Corps

-

4,379,434

-

4,381,578

4,381,578

- 2,144

100%

100,000

MERLIN

500,000

8,287,200

-

8,287,200

8,287,200

-

100%

-

MI

-

671,468

-

-

-

671,468

0%

-

NCA

-

4,300,000

-

3,900,521

3,900,521

399,479

91%

-

OCHA

6,677,579

13,443,757

165,430

13,890,657

14,056,087

- 612,330

100%

-

OHCHR

530,000

1,668,000

-

2,035,770

2,035,770

- 367,770

100%

-

OI

-

370,388

-

-

-

370,388

0%

-

OXFAM GB

3,000,000

5,440,950

-

5,440,950

5,440,950

-

100%

-

OXFAM Quebec

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

PESADEV

-

398,158

-

324,210

324,210

73,948

81%

-

PIH

-

10,000,000

-

11,968,147

11,968,147

- 1,968,147

100%

-

Plan

1,000,000

7,610,000

-

7,995,901

7,995,901

- 385,901

100%

-

Project K.I.D.

-

3,059,825

-

-

-

3,059,825

0%

-

RedR UK

-

414,433

-

463,902

463,902

- 49,469

100%

-

RET

-

1,110,887

-

589,788

589,788

521,099

53%

-

RI

-

5,246,343

-

2,279,607

2,279,607

2,966,736

43%

-

Samaritan's Purse

-

775,000

-

775,000

775,000

-

100%

-

SC

9,825,000

36,603,393

-

36,652,679

36,652,679

- 49,286

100%

-

Solidarités

-

2,225,754

-

2,147,680

2,147,680

78,074

96%

-

Terre Des Hommes

800,000

1,600,000

-

1,039,608

1,039,608

560,392

65%

-

UCODEP

-

252,000

-

-

-

252,000

0%

-

UNAIDS

600,000

717,581

-

24,331

24,331

693,250

3%

-

UNDOCO

-

475,000

-

-

-

475,000

0%

-

UNDP

35,600,000

89,074,349

-

28,942,560

28,942,560

60,131,789

32%

-

UNDSS

3,810,000

240,848

-

240,848

240,848

-

100%

-

UNEP

1,000,000

1,500,000

-

414,953

414,953

1,085,047

28%

-

UNESCO

1,900,000

4,050,000

-

2,734,359

2,734,359

1,315,641

68%

-

UNFPA

4,550,000

13,425,927

-

7,139,535

7,139,535

6,286,392

53%

-

UN-HABITAT

13,430,000

8,450,000

-

4,659,963

4,659,963

3,790,037

55%

120,000

UNHCR

-

12,500,121

-

5,866,494

5,866,494

6,633,627

47%

-

UNICEF

119,975,000

224,453,120

-

227,483,563

227,483,563

- 3,030,443

100%

-

UNIFEM

800,000

1,700,000

-

199,020

199,020

1,500,980

12%

100,000

UNISDR

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

UNOOSA

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

UNOPS

-

33,532,828

-

5,715,563

5,715,563

27,817,265

17%

-

UNOSAT

58,850

191,530

-

-

-

191,530

0%

-

USCRI

-

280,093

-

239,960

239,960

40,133

86%

-

WCC

-

94,133

-

-

-

94,133

0%

-

WCC

-

1,288,370

-

-

-

1,288,370

0%

-

WCH

-

2,908,500

-

-

-

2,908,500

0%

-

WFP

279,849,225

569,236,339

3,635,725

409,726,667

413,362,392

155,873,947

73%

2,111,614

WHO

10,000,000

49,871,023

-

27,850,165

27,850,165

22,020,858

56%

450,000

WMO

-

890,000

-

680,000

680,000

210,000

76%

-

World Concern

-

1,095,438

-

746,783

746,783

348,655

68%

-

World Hope International

-

796,000

-

-

-

796,000

0%

-

World YWCA

-

-

-

-

-

-

0%

-

WVI

3,800,000

12,456,791

-

12,556,791

12,556,791

- 100,000

100%

-

Grand Total

562,060,654

1,502,221,330

5,298,462

1,074,911,050

1,080,209,512

422,011,818

72%

2,881,614

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 15 November 2010. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (fts.unocha.org).



Table VIII: Total funding per donor (to projects listed in the Appeal)


Haiti Revised Humanitarian Appeal (January - December 2010)
as of 15 November 2010
http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.

Donor

Funding

% of
Grand Total


Uncommitted
pledges





($)




($)

Private (individuals & organizations)

284,460,555

26%

200,000

United States

242,409,083

22%

-

Canada

87,538,938

8%

-

European Commission

54,611,166

5%

-

Saudi Arabia

50,000,000

5%

-

Japan

42,680,000

4%

-

Allocation of funds from Red Cross / Red Crescent

39,591,491

4%

120,000

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)

38,506,425

4%

-

Spain

35,278,849

3%

-

Brazil

28,245,860

3%

-

Sweden

25,966,761

2%

-

Norway

20,952,289

2%

-

France

17,270,416

2%

2,111,614

Denmark

16,543,700

2%

-

United Kingdom

9,577,254

1%

450,000

Australia

8,552,365

1%

-

Thailand

6,632,381

1%

-

Allocations of unearmarked funds by UN agencies

6,545,153

1%

-

Germany

6,516,127

1%

-

Italy

6,001,921

1%

-

Carry-over (donors not specified)

5,298,462

0%

-

Finland

5,216,135

0%

-

Russian Federation

5,200,000

0%

-

World Bank

3,000,000

0%

-

Belgium

2,659,933

0%

-

Others

30,954,248

3%

-

Grand Total

1,080,209,512

100%

2,881,614

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.



The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 15 November 2010. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (fts.unocha.org
).

Table IX: Non-Appeal funding (per IASC standard sector)


Other humanitarian funding to HAITI - Earthquakes - January 2010
as of 15 November 2010
http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.

Sector

Funding

% of
Grand Total


Uncommitted
pledges





($)




($)

AGRICULTURE

4,614,484

0%

-

COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

574,213,235

24%

25,000

ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE

43,169,873

2%

-

EDUCATION

10,500,477

0%

400,000

FOOD

71,805,407

3%

-

HEALTH

158,414,777

7%

15,226,499

MULTI-SECTOR

3,502,882

0%

-

PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW

5,470,852

0%

-

SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

129,828,841

6%

-

WATER AND SANITATION

23,856,316

1%

447,699

SECTOR NOT YET SPECIFIED

1,329,293,434

56%

1,075,106,448

Grand Total

2,354,670,578

100%

1,091,205,646

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 15 November 2010. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (fts.unocha.org).



Table X: Total humanitarian assistance per donor (Appeal plus other*)


HAITI - Earthquakes - January 2010
as of 15 November 2010
http://fts.unocha.org

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organizations.




Donor

Funding

% of
Grand Total


Uncommitted
pledges





($)




($)

Private (individuals & organizations)

1,242,863,865

36%

56,271,772

United States

1,177,361,057

34%

-

Canada

159,031,978

5%

-

European Commission

116,941,763

3%

475,689,053

Allocation of funds from Red Cross / Red Crescent

86,481,683

3%

120,000

Spain

72,277,006

2%

-

Japan

58,842,154

2%

42,485,000

Saudi Arabia

50,000,000

1%

-

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)

38,506,425

1%

-

Sweden

37,351,986

1%

278,940

France

36,136,891

1%

254,212,454

United Kingdom

33,272,548

1%

450,000

Germany

32,854,285

1%

-

Norway

29,070,011

1%

-

Brazil

28,784,328

1%

10,000,000

Denmark

26,584,971

1%

-

Netherlands

22,045,134

1%

-

Italy

21,182,931

1%

-

Switzerland

13,719,899

0%

-

Australia

12,913,876

0%

-

China

11,039,457

0%

5,000,000

Russian Federation

10,900,000

0%

-

Mexico

10,103,778

0%

-

Finland

8,243,388

0%

-

Belgium

6,779,102

0%

-

Thailand

6,752,381

0%

-

Allocations of unearmarked funds by UN agencies

6,545,153

0%

-

Ireland

6,408,289

0%

-

United Arab Emirates

6,037,973

0%

2,703,542

Carry-over (donors not specified)

5,298,462

0%

-

India

5,000,000

0%

-

Austria

4,379,418

0%

-

Ghana

3,000,000

0%

-

World Bank

3,000,000

0%

100,000,000

Nigeria

2,501,000

0%

-

Congo, The Democratic Republic of

2,500,000

0%

-

Turkey

2,300,000

0%

-

Luxembourg

2,076,031

0%

-

Poland

2,031,169

0%

-

Bahrain

2,000,000

0%

-

Equatorial Guinea

1,999,977

0%

-

Indonesia

1,750,000

0%

-

Portugal

1,443,001

0%

-

New Zealand

1,439,884

0%

-

Kuwait

1,250,000

0%

-

Korea, Republic of

1,200,000

0%

8,800,000

Czech Republic

1,134,357

0%

-

Algeria

1,000,000

0%

-

Congo, Republic of

1,000,000

0%

-

Gabon

1,000,000

0%

-

Gambia

1,000,000

0%

-

Guyana

1,000,000

0%

-

Morocco

1,000,000

0%

33,000,000

Senegal

1,000,000

0%

-

Suriname

1,000,000

0%

-

Trinidad and Tobago

1,000,000

0%

-

Tunisia

1,000,000

0%

-

Greece

928,115

0%

-

Slovakia

652,669

0%

-

Cuba

607,500

0%

-

Estonia

600,764

0%

-

Ukraine

503,643

0%

-

Mauritius

500,000

0%

-

Timor-Leste

500,000

0%

-

Turkmenistan

500,000

0%

-

Azerbaijan

499,978

0%

-

Chad

499,000

0%

-

Croatia

491,660

0%

-

Bulgaria

373,511

0%

-

Lithuania

296,173

0%

-

Slovenia

243,188

0%

-

Various (details not yet provided)

222,384

0%

-

Afghanistan

200,000

0%

-

Burkina Faso

200,000

0%

-

Malta

199,898

0%

-

Liechtenstein

190,295

0%

-

Saint Lucia

185,185

0%

-

South Africa

184,240

0%

-

Burundi

161,186

0%

-

Benin

150,500

0%

-

Cyprus

144,300

0%

-

Hungary

144,300

0%

-

Council of Europe

140,056

0%

-

Monaco

140,056

0%

-

Viet Nam

130,000

0%

-

Botswana

128,100

0%

-

Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of

126,075

0%

-

Armenia

100,000

0%

-

Grenada

100,000

0%

-

Kazakhstan

100,000

0%

-

Malaysia

100,000

0%

-

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

100,000

0%

-

Serbia

100,000

0%

-

Sierra Leone

100,000

0%

-

Uganda

100,000

0%

-

Iceland

96,000

0%

-

Moldova, Republic of

90,000

0%

-

British Virgin Islands

80,000

0%

-

Bosnia and Herzegovina

73,780

0%

-

Romania

72,150

0%

-

Andorra

69,920

0%

-

Cambodia

60,000

0%

-

Brunei Darussalam

52,544

0%

-

Colombia

50,000

0%

-

Liberia

50,000

0%

-

Philippines

50,000

0%

-

Singapore

50,000

0%

-

Antigua and Barbuda

37,037

0%

-

Ecuador

30,785

0%

-

Mongolia

20,000

0%

-

Bahamas

12,500

0%

-

Madagascar

5,000

0%

-

Kenya

1,987

0%

-

Union of South American Nations

-

0%

100,000,000

Dominican Republic

-

0%

4,976,499

Rwanda

-

0%

100,000

Argentina

-

0%

-

Bangladesh

-

0%

-

Barbados

-

0%

-

Bolivia

-

0%

-

Chile

-

0%

-

Egypt

-

0%

-

El Salvador

-

0%

-

Georgia

-

0%

-

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

-

0%

-

Israel

-

0%

-

Jamaica

-

0%

-

Jordan

-

0%

-

Lebanon

-

0%

-

Malawi

-

0%

-

Nicaragua

-

0%

-

Panama

-

0%

-

Paraguay

-

0%

-

Peru

-

0%

-

Qatar

-

0%

-

Syrian Arab Republic

-

0%

-

Uruguay

-

0%

-

Venezuela

-

0%

-

Grand Total:

3,434,880,090

100%

1,094,087,260

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge: a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original pledges not yet committed.)

Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution: the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.

* Includes contributions to the Consolidated Appeal and additional contributions outside of the Consolidated Appeal Process (bilateral, Red Cross, etc.)

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 15 November 2010. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (fts.unocha.org).


ANNEX V. ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

AA Action Aid

AAA Agro Action Allemande (German Agricultural Action or Welthungerhilfe)

AAI Alliance Agricole Internationale

AAR Association for Aid and Relief

ACAT Action des Chrétiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture

ACD Association for Community Development

ACDI Agence Canadienne de Développement International

ACDR Asian Conference on Disaster Reduction

ACF Action Contre la Faim (Action Against Hunger)

ACPP Asamblea de Cooperación por la Paz

ACREPB Association des Citoyens pour le Relèvement et la Protection de Belle Avenue

ACT Alliance Action by Churches Together

ACTED Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development

ACTS Active Christians That Serve

ACV Advent Christian Village

ADEMA Ansanm pou yon demen miyò an Ayiti

ADEPFOMA Association des Directeurs d'Ecoles Privées de Fontamara et de Martissant

ADF America Development Foundation

ADRA Adventist Development and Relief Agency

ADS Armée du Salut

AGF America Development Foundation

AECID Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

(Spanish Agency for International Cooperation)

AEPCGH Association des Femmes en Action + Education Partnership For The Children of Haiti

AFH Architecture for Humanity

AFPD Asosiasyon fanm progresiste dayiti

AG Assemblies of God

AGPAM Association des Gens Progressistes pour un Avenir Meilleur.

AHFH Aquidneck Hearts for Haiti

AHV All Hands Volunteers

AI Amnesty International

AIDG Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group

AIR American Institute for Research

AJAG Association for the Youth of La Gonave

AJDMP Association des Jeunes pour le Développement Mahot de Petit Goâve

AJDSH Association des Jeunes pour le Development de Saint Hélène

AJUDEL Association des Jeunes de Delmas

AL Atlas Logistique

ALEHA Association des leaders Evangéliques d'Haïti

AMECON 2000 American Continental 2000

AME-SADA African Methodist Episcopal Church-Service and Development Agency

AMI Acts of Mercy International

AMURT Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team

AN Arche Nova E.V. – Initiative for People in Need

ANA American Nurses Association

ANAPFEH Association Nationale de Protection Des Femmes et Enfants Haitiens

ANPC Portugal's National Civil Protection Authority

APAN All Partners Access Network

APFB (undefined)

APJ Artists for Peace and Justice

APMADEN Asosyssyon Paran Moun Andikape Defisyan Entelektyel

ARC American Refugee Committee

ARCH Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti

ARI Allied Recovery International

ART anti-retroviral therapy

ASA Action Secours Ambulance

ASB Arbeiter Samariter Bund Deutschland E.V

ASCJM Association Sociaux Culturelles des Jeunes de Mariani

ASSODLO Association Haitian pour la Maitrise des Eaux et des Sols

AVAP Associazione Volontari Assistenza Pubblica

AVISER-Haiti Action Viable et Solidaire pour la Renforcement de l'education en Haiti

AVSF Agronomes et vétérinaires sans frontières

AVSI Associazione Volontari per il Servizio Internazionale

AWO Arbeiterwohlfahrt
BAI Bureau des Avocats Internationaux

BPM Brigades for Protection of Minors

BRAC Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee

BRC British Red Cross

BUSF Bomberos Unidos sin Fronteras (United Firefighters without Frontiers)
CA Christian Aid

CAD Centre d'Aide au Développement

CAF Christian Aid Foundation

CAM Christian Aid Ministries

CAMEP Centrale Métropolitaine d'Eau Portable

CAP Consolidated Appeal or Consolidated Appeal Process

CC Community Coalition

CCE Caribbean Cultural Experience

CCCM camp coordination and camp management

CDAC communications with disaster-affected populations

CEAAL Consejo de Educación de Adultos de América Latina

CECI Centre for International Studies and Cooperation

CECOSIDA Centre de Communications sur le SIDA et la Santé

CEEC Commission épiscopale pour l'éducation catholique

CEHPAPE Centre Haitien pour la Promotion de l’Agriculture et la Protection de l’Environnement

CEMEAH Comité pour l'Encadrement des Enfants Abandonnés de Morne l'Hôpital

CEPAM Centre pour la promotion de l'Allaitement Maternel (Centre for Breastfeeding Promotion)

CEPED Centre population et développement

CESAL Cooperación al Desarrollo

CESVI Cooperazione e Sviluppo

CFM Caribbean Fellowship Ministries

CFPO Centre for the Promotion of Women Workers

CFS child-friendly space

CFTA Culture and Free Though Association

CfW cash-for-work

CGCHTN Comité de Gestion du Centre d'Hébergement du Théatre National

CHAI Concerned Haitian Americans of Illinois

CHAP common humanitarian action plan

CHF Cooperative Housing Federation

CHP Colorado Haiti Project

CHR Conférence Haïtienne des Religieux

CHV community health volunteer

CIAT International Centre for Tropical Agriculture

CI Communication Integration

CISP Comitato Internationale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli

CMA camp management agency

CMMB Catholic Medical Mission Board

CMO camp management operation

CMSR Centro Mondialita e Sviluppo Reciproco.

CNEH Confederation Nationale des Educatrices et Educateurs d'Haiti

CNP Children's Nutrition Programme of Haiti

CNSA Coordination Nationale de la Sécurité Alimentaire (National Coordination of Food Security)

CODEP Comprehensive Development Project

COFEDES Concertation Nationale Contre les Violences Faites aux Femmes

COHAN Coopération Haiti-Néerlandais

COHI Circle of Health International

COMCEN communication centre

CONEH Corps National des Enseignants d’Haiti

COOPI Cooperazione Internazionale

COPEDECS Conference on Coastal and Port Engineering in Developing Countries

CORDAID Catholic Organization for Relief and Development

CP child protection

CPAS Centre d’Appui à la Production Agricole du Sud

CRA Croix Rouge Allemande

CRAD Centre de Recherche en Aménagement et Developpement

CRC Canadian Red Cross

CRDFP Central River Division Forestry Project

CRECH Consortium pour le Renforcement de l'Education Chrétienne en Haiti

CRF Christian Relief Fund

CROSE Coordination Régionale des Organisations du Sud-Est

CRS Catholic Relief Services

CSDI Centre for Sustainable Development Initiatives

CTA Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation

CTC cholera treatment centre

CTU cholera treatment unit

CUZPC Cellule d'urgence de la zone pont caiman

CW Concern Worldwide

CWW Christian Wing for the World

CVM Christian Veterinary Mission
DART Disaster Assistance Response Team (part of USAID)

DD Digital Democracy

DDASE Direction Departmentale Agricole du Sud Est.

DDC Direction du développement et de la coopération

DF Digicel Foundation

DFID (UK) Department for International Development

DHS Demographic and Health Survey

DIFAEM Deutsches Institut für Ärztliche Mission eV

DINEPA Direction Nationale de l’Eau potable et de l’Assainissement (National Directorate for Potable Water and Sanitation)

DPC Direction de la Protection Civile

DPSPE Department de la promotion de la Santé et protection de l’environnement

DPT diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus

DRI Direct Relief International

DRR disaster risk reduction

DSRSG Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General

DT diphtheria and tetanus

DWHH Deutsche Welthungerhilfe (German Agro Action)
ECD early childhood development

ECHO European Commission Directorate-General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection

EDC Education Development Centre

EdM Entrepreneurs du Monde

EFS (undefined)

EFSA Emergency Food Security Assessment

EI Emmanuel International

EMDH Enfants du Monde Droits de l'Homme

ENTRADE Entraide et Fraternité

EPER Entraide Protestante Suisse

ER early recovery

ERF Emergency Response Fund, Emergency Relief Response Fund

ERRF Emergency Relief Response Fund

ERT Emergency Response Team

ESF Electriciens Sans Frontières

ETC Emergency Telecommunications Cluster


FADA Fondation Amour de Dieu en Action

FANM DESIDE Fondation Fanm Deside

FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

FAU Fondation Architectes de l'Urgence

FCA FinnChurchAid

FDEH Fonds pour le Développement de l'Education en Haïti

FESFORDH Fonds Espoir pour la Formation et le Developpment Humain

FFW food-for-work

FGBM Foundation Gerald Bataille Ministries

FH Food for the Hungry

FHED Foundation for Humanitarian Education and Development

FHED-INC (undefined)

FHI Family Health International

FIDA Fond International pour le Développement et l'Agriculture

FIDEH Famille Interne pour le Developpment des Enfants d´Haiti

FINCA Foundation for International Communty Assistance

FIP International Pharmaceutical Federation

FITTEST (World Food Programme’s) Fast IT and Emergency Telecommunications Emergency and Support Team

FLM Fédération Luterienne Mondiale

FLORESTA Floresta Ayiti (Plant with Purpose)

FOCIDES Fonds Chrétien d'Investissement pour le Développement Economique et Social

FONHEP Fondation Haitienne de l’Enseignement Privé

FONHFARA Fondation haïtienne des familles des rapatriés

FONCOMA Fondation College Mixte Ampere

FONDEFH Fondation pour le Développement de la Famille Haïtienne

FRADES Fonds de Reseaux d'Aide pour le Developpement Economique et Social

France RC French Red Cross

FOSA Formation Sanitaire

FPGL Fondation Paul Gérin-Lajoie pour la Coopération Internationale

FPN Fonds de Parrainage National

FRADES (undefined)

FRC Finnish Red Cross

FROCASH Fondation Rocher Salut d'Haiti

FTC Feed the Children

Fundación CUME Fundación Cume para el desarrollo de Culturas y Pueblos
GAM global acute malnutrition

GB Great Britain

GBV gender-based violence

GCST Global Consortium on Security Transformation

GDECC (undefined)

GHA Global Health Action

GHESKIO Haitian Group for the Study of Kaposi’s Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections

GIC Group Intervened for Children

GIEL Groupe d’Initiative des enseignants des lycées

GIS Geographic information systems

GJARE Youth in Action for Reform

GoH Government of Haiti

GREPS Groupe de Réflexion sur les Problèmes Sociaux

GRET Groupe de Recherche et d'Echanges Technologiques

GRU Grass Roots United

GSM Global System for Mobile Communication

GTIH Groupe Technologie Intermediare d'Haiti

GTZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (German Agency for Technical Cooperation)

GVC Gruppo di Volontariato Civile
HAO Humanitarian Affairs Officer

HAS Hôpital Albert Schweitzer

HAS Humanitarian Air Service

HC Humanitarian Coordinator

HCR Haitian Red Cross

HCT Humanitarian Country Team

HEARTLAND Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

HEKS Hilfswerk der Evangelischen Kirchen Schweiz (Swiss Interchurch Aid)

HERO Housing, Education, and Rehabilitation of Orphans

HF high frequency

HFC Hope for the Children of Haiti

HFOI Help for Orphans International

HFP Haiti Film Production

HH Habitat for Humanity

HHI Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

HHI-LAC-DRC Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Disaster Recovery Center at Love a Child Orphanage

HI Handicap International

HIV/AIDS human immuno-deficiency virus/acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome

HNP Haiti National Police

HP Haiti Participative

HPC Healing Place Church

HPI-HAITI Heifer Project International

HRC Haiti Response Coalition

HRCS Haitian Red Cross Society

HSC Hôpital Sainte Croix

HU Haiti Union

HWA Hilfswerk Austria International
IA Irish Aid

IAAS International Association of Adaptive Sciences

IAHV International Association for Human Values

IASC Inter-Agency Standing Committee

IAT International Action Ties

IBESR Institute de Bien-Être Social et Recherche

ICCO Interchurch Organization for Development Cooperation

ICVA International Council of Voluntary Agencies

ID Initiative Développement

IDEJEN Initiative pour le Développement des Jeunes

IDP(s) internally displaced person (people)

IEC information, education and communication

IEDA International Emergency and Development Aid

IFRC International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

IGPEH Institut de gestion et de la protection de l'environnement d'Haiti

IJDH Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

IJM International Justice Mission

ILF International Lifeline Fund

ILO International Labour Organization

IMAT International Medical Assistance Team

IMC International Medical Corps

IMS International Media Support

INTERSOS (not an acronym)

IPPF/WHR International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region

IOCC International Orthodox Christian Charities’ Response to Earthquake in Haiti

IOM International Organization for Migration

IR Islamic Relief

IRC International Rescue Committee

IRD International Relief and Development

IRW Islamic Relief Worldwide

ISF Infancia Sin Fronteras

ISP internet service provider

IYCN infant and young child nutrition
JCICS Joint Council on International Children's Services

JJD Foundation Jean Joseph Darbouze Foundation

JOTC Joint Operation and Tasking Centre

JPHRO J/P Haitian Relief Organization

JRS Jesuit Refugee Service

JTS Join Together Society


KFHI Korea Food for the Hungry International

KNH Kindernothilfe

KROS Kordinasyon Rejyonal Oganysasyon Sides
LaC Love a Child

LBL Les Brébis de Lumière

LERN Lawyers’ Earthquake Response Network

LFA Leben Fur Alle

LWF Lutheran World Federation
MADRE (not an acronym)

MAEC La Maison L'Arc-en-Ciel

MARCH Management and Resources for Communty Health

MARNDR Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Ressources Naturelles et du Développement Rural (Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development)

MAST Ministère des Affaires Sociales et du Travail

MCC Mennonite Central Committee

MCFDF Ministère à la Condition Féminine et aux Droits des Femmes

MDM Médecins du Monde

MEBSH Mission Evangélique Baptiste du Sud d'Haïti

MED Mission d'Espoir pour les démunis

MEDH Mission de l'espoir d'haiti

MENFP Ministry of National Education and Professional Training

MERLIN Medical Emergency Relief International

MFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs

MFK Meds & Food for Kids

MHD My Home Doctor

MHDR Mouvement Haitien pour le Développement Rural

MHO Mutual Health Organization

MI The Micronutrient Initiative

MINUSTAH United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti

MINUSTAH CITS United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti Communications and Information Technology Service

MIPROS Mouvement D’Intégration Pour La Promotion Sociale

MISP minimal initial service package

MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MMRC Materials Management Relief Corps

MoA Ministry of Agriculture

MoE Ministry of Education

MOFECS Mouvement de Femmes de Cité Soleil

MoH Ministry of Health

MOJ Ministry of Justice

MOSS Minimum Operating Security Standard

MPCE Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation

MR measles-rubella

MS SOS Multi-Services

MSH Management Sciences for Health

MSPP Ministry of Public Health and Population

MT metric ton

MTPTC Ministry Public Works, Transport and Communications

MUAC mid-upper arm circumference
NCA Norwegian Church Aid

NCV Noble Compassionate Volunteer Group

NFI(s) non-food item(s)

NPFS Nos Petits Frères et Sœurs

NGO(s) non-governmental organization(s)

NHA National Health Authority

NHN Neighbours Helping Neighbours

NICCO Nippon International Cooperation for Community Development

NRC Norwegian Refugee Council
OCCED’H Organisation des Cœurs pour le changement des Enfants démunis d'Haïti

OCHA Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

ODEFH Organisation pour le Développement et l’encadrement des Femmes Haïtiennes

OEDH Organisation pour l’Encradement des Démunis d´Haiti

OGITH General Independent Organisations of Workers of Haiti

OHCHR Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

OHDD Organisation Haitienne pour Développement Durable

OI Outreach International

OJEPOREB Organisation des Jeunes pour la Reconstruction de Bizoton

OJFA Organisation des Jeunes Filles en Action

OJMDP Organizasyon Jen Mane Dimanche Ti Gwav

OJPDO Organisation des Jeunes Penseurs pour le Développement de l’Ouest

OLE Open Learning Exchange

OMKL Oganizasyon men kontre pou lavi

OMS Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (=WHO)

ONJDR Organisation Nationale des Jeunes en marche pour le Développement Rural

OPADI Organización de Padres y Amigos de Discapacitados intelectuales

OPADEM Organizacion Panameña de Mujeres

OPC Office de la Protection du Citoyen

ORC oral rehydration centre

ORE Organization for the Rehabilitation of the Environment

ORELPH Organisation pour la Réhabilitation de l'Environnement et la Lutte contre la Pauvreté en Haïti

ORH Operation Renewed Hope

OSIC one-stop information centre

Oxfam Q Oxfam-Québec
PADESS Projet d'appui au développement du système de santé (Health System Development Support)

PAD Production Agro-Animale pour le Développement Intégré d’Haiti

PADF Pan American Development Foundation

PAH Pharmaciens et Aide Humanitaire

PAHO Pan-American Health Organization

PAM Programme Alimentaire Mondial (=WFP)

PAP Port-au-Prince

PCNB Points de Conseil de Nutrition pour les Bébés

PDL Partenariat pour le Développement Local (Partnership for Local Development)

PDT Peace Dividend Trust

PEP post-exposure prophylaxis

PEPFAR U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

PESADEV Perspectives pour la Sante et le Développement

(Prospects for Health and Development)

PHC primary health care

PHR Physicians for Human Rights

PIH Partners in Health

PIN People in Need

PLW pregnant and lactating women

PLWHA people living with HIV/AIDS

PMCC Project Management Coordination Cell

PMTCT prevention of mother-to-child transmission

PNUD Programme des Nations Unies pour le Développement

PRODEV Progrès et Développement

PROTOS (undefined)

PSF Pompiers Sans Frontières

PU Première Urgence

PWJ Peace Winds Japan


QIP quick impact project
RANCOD Rassemblement des notables pour le développement communautaire

RDPC Rassemblement des Détourneurs et Petits Copains

REPT Regroupement Education pour toutes/tous

RET Refugee Education Trust

RI Relief International
SA Salvation Army

SAD Service Allemand de Developpement

SAG Strategic Advisory Group

SAM severe acute malnutrition

SAS Haiti Sustainable Aid Supporting Haiti

SC Save the Children

SCCA Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency

SDC Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation

SDSH Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d'Haïti

SGBV sexual and gender-based violence

SGM Soka Gakkai Malaysia

SI Service International

SIF Secours Islamic France

SJRM Servicio Jesuita a Refugiados y Migrantes (Jesuit Refugee Service)

SMI Santé Maternelle et Infantile (Maternal and Child Health)

SMTN Sun Mountain International

SNEP Service National d'Eau Potable (National Water and Sanitation Service

SOFA Solidarité Fanm Ayisyen

SOIL Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihood

SOP Standard Operational Procedure

SP Samaritan’s Purse

SSF Sports Sans Frontières (Sports Without Borders)


TB tuberculosis

TDH Terre des Hommes

THW Technische Hilfswerk (German Federal agency)

ToR terms of reference

TWG Technical Working Group

UCODEP Unity and Cooperation for the Development of the People

UJDHRD Union des Jeunes pour le Développement Humain Réel et Durable

UMCOR United Methodist Committee on Relief

UMC United Methodist Church

UN United Nations

UNAIDS Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

UNASCCAD Union des Amis Socio Culturels d'Action en Développement

UNDAC United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination

UNDP United Nations Development Programme

UNDSS United Nations Department of Safety and Security

UNEP United Nations Environmental Programme

UNEPAM Unite des ecoles privées dans l'aire metropolitaine

UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

UNFPA United Nations Population Fund

UN-HABITAT United Nations Human Settlements Programme

UNHAS United Nations Humanitarian Air Service

UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

UNICEF United Nations Children’s Fund

UNIFEM United Nations Development Fund for Women

UNITECHD Union des Techniciens et des Cadres Haïtiens pour le Développement

UNNOH Union Nationale des Normaliens d’Haiti

UNOOSA United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs

UNOPS United Nations Office for Project Services

UNPOL United Nations Police

UPROCOM Unité Pour Le Progrès de la Commune de Delmas

URAMEL Unité de Recherche et d Action Médico Légal

URBATEX Urbanisation et Aide Technique Expérimentale

US or USA United States of America

USAID United States Agency for International Development

USAID PHARE/AIR USAID’s Programme Haïtien d'Appui à la Réforme de l'Education implemented by American Institutes for Research (AIR)

USCRI U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

UTPMP Un Techo para mi País
VAM vulnerability and analysis mapping

VETERMON Veterinarians without Borders (Spain)

VHF very high frequency

VOCA Agricultural Cooperative Development International / Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance

VSF Vétérinaires sans Frontières

VIVA RIO (not an acronym)


WASH water, sanitation and hygiene

WC World Concern

WCC World Council of Churches

WFP World Food Programme (Programme Alimentaire Mondial)

WH World Help

WHI World Hope International

WHO World Health Organization

WINNER Watershed Initiative for National Natural Environmental Resources

(USAID programme)

WSM World Service of Mercy

WV World Vision

WVI World Vision International

YMCA Young Men’s Christian Association

YWCA Young Women’s Christian Association



Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP)

The CAP is a tool for aid organizations to jointly plan, coordinate, implement and monitor their response to disasters and emergencies, and to appeal for funds together instead of competitively.


It is the forum for developing a strategic approach to humanitarian action, focusing on close cooperation among host governments, donors, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, International Organization for Migration (IOM) and United Nations agencies. As such, the CAP presents a situation analysis, assessment of humanitarian needs, and response plans. It encompasses the humanitarian aid programme cycle:


  • Strategic planning leading to a Common Humanitarian Action Plan (CHAP)

  • Resource mobilization leading to a Consolidated Appeal or a Flash Appeal

  • Coordinated programme implementation

  • Joint monitoring and evaluation

  • Revision, if necessary

  • Reporting on results

The CHAP is the core of the CAP: it is a strategic plan for humanitarian response in a given country or region. The CHAP includes:




  • A common analysis of the context in which humanitarian action takes place

  • An assessment of needs

  • Best-case, worst-case, and most likely scenarios

  • A clear statement of longer-term objectives and goals

  • Prioritized response plans, including a detailed mapping of projects to cover all needs

  • A framework for monitoring the strategy and revising it if necessary

Under the Humanitarian Coordinator’s leadership, and in consultation with host governments and donors, the HCTdevelops the CHAP at the field level. This team includes Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) members and standing invitees (UN agencies, IOM, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and NGOs that belong to ICVA, Interaction or SCHR). Non-IASC members, such as national NGOs, can also be included.


The Humanitarian Coordinator is responsible for the annual preparation of the consolidated appeal document. The document is launched globally near the end of each year to enhance advocacy and resource mobilization. An update, known as the Mid-Year Review, is presented to donors the following July.
Donors generally fund appealing agencies directly in response to project proposals listed in appeals – the CAP does not contain a funding pool or channel. The Financial Tracking Service (FTS, fts.unocha.org
), managed by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), is a database of appeal-funded needs and worldwide donor contributions.
In summary, the CAP is how aid agencies join forces to provide people in need with the best available protection and assistance, on time.


OFFICE FOR THE COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS

(OCHA)


United Nations

Palais des Nations

New York, NY 10017

1211 Geneva 10

USA

Switzerland




1Government of Haiti: Earthquake DestructionBilan des Dégats 15 (published on Haiti OneResponse on 31/05/2010): Number of displaced people in settlement sites: 1,301,491, number of displaced population registered in communes or departments: 604,215.

2 Government of Haiti published in OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin (24 May 2010).

3 All dollar signs in this document denote United States dollars. Funding for this appeal should be reported to the Financial Tracking Service (FTS, fts@reliefweb.intl), which will display its requirements and funding on the current appeal page.

4 Action Plan for National Recovery and Development of Haiti (March 2010): http://www.haiticonference.org/Haiti_Action_Plan_ENG.pdf

5 From the late Displacement Tracking Matrix survey on 1,191 camps which are considered large camps (more than 1,000 households).

6 Camp Management Agencies (CMA) are CCCM cluster members and partners, including both NGOs and the DPC.

7 Camp Management Operations (CMO) are entities within IOM to assist CMAs at the field level when needed and carry out themselves camp management activities in areas without CMAs.

8 GoH – see OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue no. 3, 24th May.

9 GoH – see OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue no. 3, 24th May.

10Camp management agencies (CMAs) are CCCM cluster members and partners, including both NGOs and Government. Camp management operations (CMO) are entities within IOM to assist CMAs at the field level when needed and carry out themselves camp management activities in areas without CMAs.

11 FEWSNET Oct 2009.

12 Global acute malnutrition is a statistic that combines moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) and severe acute malnutrition (SAM).

13 DHS.

14 MoH Haiti National Nutrition Survey.

15 DHS.

16 DHS 2005, UNICEF 2008.

17 Consolidated Appeal Workshop, Port-au-Prince, 9-10 October 2010.

18 CAP workshop took place in Port-au-Prince on 9-10 October 2010. Participants: 140.

19 The figure is based on the survey conducted by the Cluster in August and September 2010.

20 According to the Ministry of Public Works, almost 20% of buildings are rated as ‘in need of demolition.’

21 Education Cluster, October 2010.

22 Calculated based on the Displacement Tracking Matrix published on 18 October 2010.

23 Gonaives/Artibonite, Cap Haïtien, Centre, Les Cayes, Grand Anse.

24 FEWSNET Oct 2009.

25 DHS.

26 MoH Haiti National Nutrition Survey.

27 DHS.

28 DHS 2005, UNICEF 2008.

29 Restavec (from the French reste avec, " stays with") is a child who is sent by his/her parents to work for a host household as a domestic servant because the parents lack the resources required to support the child.

30 February 2010

31 As of 27 October 2010

32 For more information please visit https://sites.google.com/site/shelterhaiti2010/technical-info

33 Source: PDNA March 2010, Office of the Special Envoy

34 UN Planning study for Port-au-Prince, UN-HABITAT, 2009

35 Source: WASH Cluster survey from June 2010 – sample of 900 households in 50 clusters from 782 camps.

These requirements have not been included in the total. The project will be submitted shortly.

36 The pledging exercise was carried out during the New York Summit in the weeks that followed. The final overview, shared with all participants on 31 May, includes information provided by 18 National Societies (American RC, Austrian RC, Belgium RC, British RC, Canadian RC, Colombian RC, Danish RC, French RC, German RC, Hong Kong RC, Icelandic RC, Italian RC, Japanese RC, Korean RC, Netherlands RC, Norwegian RC, Spanish RC and Swedish RC) and further multilateral pledges received by the IFRC from a wide number of National Societies

37 These figures will change regularly and are accurate to 20 September.



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