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This site is archived and no longer updated as of 13 Jan 2017.
Please visit the new FTS site for the latest data.
This page will allow you to report a humanitarian contribution directly to FTS.
Please note that fields displayed with a "*" sign are mandatory.
European Union Member States:
Use the EDRIS reporting system instead. Reports entered in that system are automatically sent to FTS (for more information, see here).
CERF, CHF and ERF contributions:
This funding does not need to be reported to FTS through the form because FTS receives them directly through the CERF Secretariat, UNDP and OCHA.
Please fill in the project code if the contribution is applied to a Response Plan or Flash Appeal project.
Please contact FTS if you have any questions:

Basic contribution information
Donor country and/or donor organization:*

Enter at least 3 or more letters & select from list.
Date of contribution / obligation (DD/MM/YYYY):*

Note: For in kind contributions, enter an estimated value.
Original currency & amount:*

Is the contribution to an inter-agency Consolidated or Flash Appeal?:
Status of funding:*

Definitions, click here.
Additional contribution details
Response Plan/Appeals:*
Recipient organization:*
SRP/CAP project code:
Project code - Requirements - Project title (filtered by appeal and recipient organization selected above)
Specify if the recipient name does not appear in the list:
Recipient country:*
Contribution description:*
Specify if more than one country, a region, or worldwide:
Aid sector:*

For definitions of aid sectors, click here.
Contact person
(for internal use only):

Email (for internal use only) e.g.,*

Phone number
(for internal use only):

Optional information
Donor project code or contract reference number:
Additional notes on contribution:
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