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Ebola Virus Outbreak - WEST AFRICA - April 2014
Total humanitarian funding
A. List of all humanitarian pledges, commitments & contributions in 2014     
B. Total Humanitarian Funding per Donor in 2014     
Funding grouped by destination country - summary   
Funding grouped by destination country - details   
Overview Needs and Requirements
The current overall revised requirements for the ONR are $2.27 billion from October 2014 until June 2015 (this includes $1.5 billion from October 2014 to March 2015 (initial ONR requirements) and $0.768 billion for Q2 2015 -half of the $1.536 billion requested for January-June 2015). FTS tracks requirements and funding for the overall revised ONR period October 2014-June 2015. For details relating to the requirements and funding published in the document Ebola Outbreak: Updated Overview of Needs and Requirements for January-June 2015, please refer to the Office of the Special Envoy on Ebola: Overview needs and requirements
C. Requirements and Funding per Organization     
F. List of Commitments/Contributions and pledges to projects in the Response Plan     
G. Total Funding per Donor (to projects listed in the Response Plan)     
H. Other Humanitarian Funding (to projects not listed in the Response Plan)     

See also:

List of Planned Projects (grouped by standard sector), with funding status of each     

Total humanitarian funding

$3.62 billion
$ 2.06 billion
$ 1.56 billion

Response Plan Funding*
Other Funding
Pledges: $597 million
* of the total funding reported, this amount is towards a response plan.

Response Plan for Ebola Virus Outbreak - Overview of Needs and Requirements (inter-agency plan for Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Region) - October 2014 - June 2015

$2.27 billion requested
$1.56 billion funded
69% covered

Response Plan Funding
Unmet requirements
Pledges: $140 million

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