Consolidated Appeals Process | 2010
The consolidated Appeal Process for 2010 and presentation.
Cap 2009 Mid-Year Review
The CAP Mid-Year review document.
Gaza Flash Appeal
The Gaza Flash Appeal was formally launched by Emergency Relief Coordinator John Holmes in Geneva on 2 February. The Flash Appeal seeks a total of US $613 million to assist Gaza's population of 1.4 million to allow projects for immediate life-saving needs and initial and essential repairs of key infrastructure during a 9-month period. This Flash Appeal builds upon, and supersedes, the Initial Response Plan and Immediate Funding Needs document of January 15, which requested $117 million for urgent humanitarian action. It includes those portions of the Initial Response Plan (and the original 2009 Consolidated Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory) which are still relevant and can be carried forward, as well as new and revised projects, all of which will be incorporated in a revised 2009 CAP for oPt. The flash appeal contains 106 NGO projects and 82 UN projects.
Gaza Flash Appeal | 02 Feb 2009
The Flash Appeal for the oPt was launched in Geneva on 2 February. The Appeal is for $613 million, comprising the revised Gaza component of the oPt 2009 CAP, of which approximately $209 million is made up of new projects, $270 million highlighted existing CAP projects, and $134 million budget increases of those existing highlighted projects, bringing the total OPT CAP 2009 to approximately $876 million.
Gaza Funcding Needs 2009 | Update as of 26 January 2009
Funding to the Gaza Initial Response Plan as of (date). The Initial Response Plan was launched on 15 January 2009 as a first response to the crisis in Gaza, and requested $117 million for urgent humanitarian needs. Projects were a mixture of new, revised, and existing projects from the 2009 CAP.
Initial Response Plan and Immediate Funding Needs Humanitarian Country Team, oPt | 08 January 2009

Consolidated Appeals Process 2009 (Summary)
Forward from the Humanitarian Coordinator| Key Facts on the oPt | The CAP in the oPt| The Humanitarian Crisis: Facts and Figures| Humanitarian Trends| CAP 2009 Strategic Objectives| 2008 vs. 2009 CAP by Sector| The Dimensions of the Humanitarian Crisis | Maps and Graphs.

Jerusalem- United Nations humanitarian agencies along with international and national non- governmental organisations operating in the oPt (West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza Strip), appealed today for USD$ 462 million to fund humanitarian assistance programmes. These programmes respond to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the oPt, mostly in parts of the West Bank where the Barrier, Israeli settlements and access restrictions imposed by the Israeli authorities affect the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of persons, and in the Gaza Strip, where the Israeli blockade has given rise to a rapid and significant increase in poverty and unemployment in the last year.
Consolidated Appeals Process 2009 (Full Document)
This is the main Consolidated Appeals Process document. It contains needs assesment, maps, figures and situation analysis.
CAP 2009 Projects
This document includes tables of projects grouped by sector, and by appealing organisation


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The global humanitarian aid database
The 2007 CAP
The 2007 CAP
The 2006 CAP
The 2005 CAP and earlier.
The Humanitarian Emergency Response Fund
The Central Emergency Response Fund
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