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  • #779
    Keymaster

    There are two complementary funding programs for the Syrian humanitarian crisis, namely:

    o The Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (for work within Syria), with a FY 2016 budget totalling USD 3.2 billion

    o Syrian Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan (3RP), supporting refugees in neighbouring countries – FY 2016 budget totalling USD 4.5 billion. .

    See the UN’s Financial Tracking Service (FTS) for the latest funding for each https://fts.unocha.org/pageloader.aspx?page=special-syriancrisis

    What are the latest funding commitments for each of these two appeals, and discuss with here in the forum why there might be such a shortfall in each?

    #952

    Overall funding shortfall in Syria is 41%, with SHRP at 33% & 3RP at 47%.

    Reasons may be many including:
    – donors not wanting to commit to ongoing funding after losing the ‘urgency’ of the mission,
    -donors waiting for next crisis,
    -crisis needs changing with time.

    It’s interesting that this was not explained in the UNOCHA summary.

    #1008
    Keymaster

    It’ll be interesting to see whether funding commitments increase should the latest ‘peace agreement; hold (mid-Sept 2016)

    #1009
    Keymaster

    It’ll be interesting to see whether funding commitments increase should the latest ‘peace agreement; hold (mid-Sept 2016)

    #1010
    Keymaster

    It’ll be interesting to see whether funding commitments increase should the latest ‘peace agreement; hold (mid-Sept 2016)

    #1011
    Keymaster

    It’ll be interesting to see whether funding commitments increase should the latest ‘peace agreement; hold (mid-Sept 2016)

    #1012
    Keymaster

    It’ll be interesting to see whether funding commitments increase should the latest ‘peace agreement; hold (mid-Sept 2016)

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