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Afghanistan 2016
List of all humanitarian pledges, commitments & contributions in 2016     
Total Humanitarian Funding per Donor in 2016     

Afghanistan Flash Appeal: One million people on the move (September - December 2016) (Flash Appeal )
USD 152 million, requested by the Flash Appeal "1 Million People on the Move", is needed to respond to the needs of more than 1 Million people anticipated to be on the move internally and across borders in 2016. This request is in addition to the 2016 Afghanistan HRP, which can be accessed here (incl link)
The funding requirements of this plan are established with unit-based calculations by each cluster. This plan does not present project requirements by implementing agency.
Cluster requirements in the response plan
Requirements and funding per cluster/country sector pdf  pdf
Total funding per donor (to organisations listed in the plan)     
Funding to the plan
Total funding per organization pdf  pdf
Total funding per organization per cluster pdf  pdf
Other plan tables
List of Commitments/Contributions and pledges to projects in the Response Plan     
Other humanitarian funding (to organisation not participating in the plan)     

See also:

Afghanistan Flash Appeal: One million people on the move   

Total humanitarian funding

$442 million
$ 381.9 million
$ 60.3 million

(Flash appeal) Funding*
Other Funding
Pledges: $60 million
* of the total funding reported, this amount is towards a response plan.

(Flash appeal) for Afghanistan Flash Appeal: One million people on the move (September - December 2016)

$152 million requested
$60.3 million funded
40% covered

(Flash appeal) Funding
Unmet requirements
Pledges: $7.7 million

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