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  • SAMPLE OF ORGANISATIONS PARTICIPATING IN CONSOLIDATED APPEALS

    AARREC ACF ACTED ADRA Africare AMI-France ARC ASB ASI AVSI CARE CARITAS CEMIR INTERNATIONAL CESVI CFA CHF CHFI CISV CMA CONCERN Concern Universal COOPI CORDAID

    COSV CRS CWS Danchurchaid DDG Diakonie Emergency Aid DRC EM-DH FAO FAR FHI Finnchurchaid FSD GAA GOAL GTZ GVC Handicap International HealthNet TPO HELP HelpAge International HKI Horn Relief

    HT Humedica IA ILO IMC INTERMON Internews INTERSOS IOM IPHD IR IRC IRD IRIN IRW Islamic RW JOIN JRS LWF Malaria Consortium Malteser Mercy Corps MDA

    MDM MEDAIR MENTOR MERLIN NCA NPA NRC OCHA OHCHR OXFAM PA (formerly ITDG) PACT PAI Plan PMUI PU RC/Germany RCO Samaritan's Purse SECADEV Solidarités SUDO TEARFUND

    TGH UMCOR UNAIDS UNDP UNDSS UNEP UNESCO UNFPA UN-HABITAT UNHCR UNICEF UNIFEM UNJLC UNMAS UNOPS UNRWA VIS WFP WHO World Concern World Relief WV ZOA

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY................................................................................................................................. 1

    Table I. Summary of Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges (grouped by cluster/ sector) ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Table II. Summary of Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges (grouped by priority)...... 4 Table III. Summary of Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges (grouped by location) .... 4

    2. CHANGES IN THE CONTEXT, PRIORITY NEEDS AND SCENARIO ........................................................... 5

    2.1 CHANGES IN THE CONTEXT.......................................................................................................................... 5

    2.2 SUMMARY OF PRIORITY NEEDS..................................................................................................................... 9

    2.3 SCENARIO ................................................................................................................................................. 9

    3. RESPONSE TO DATE, AND UPDATED STRATEGIC AND SECTORAL RESPONSE PLANS ................ 10

    3.1 RESPONSE TO DATE.................................................................................................................................. 10

    3.2 UPDATED STRATEGIC PRIORITIES ............................................................................................................... 14

    3.3 RESPONSE TO DATE PER CLUSTER/SECTOR AND UPDATED CLUSTER/SECTOR RESPONSE PLANS........................ 14 3.3.1 Agriculture ..................................................................................................................................... 14 3.3.2 Cash-for-Work and Cash Assistance............................................................................................. 15 3.3.3 Coordination and Support Services ............................................................................................... 16 3.3.4 Early Recovery .............................................................................................................................. 17 3.3.5 Education....................................................................................................................................... 18 3.3.6 Food Security and Nutrition ........................................................................................................... 21 3.3.7 Health ............................................................................................................................................ 23 3.3.8 Logistics......................................................................................................................................... 25 3.3.9 Protection ...................................................................................................................................... 26 3.3.10 Shelter and Non-Food Items.......................................................................................................... 27 3.3.11 Water, Sanitation and Hygiene ...................................................................................................... 28 3.3.12 Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support (MPHSS) .................................................................... 29

    4. METHOD OF PROJECT PRIORITISATION ................................................................................................. 30

    5. CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................................................. 30

    ANNEX I. FULL PROJECT LISTS AND FUNDING TABLES ....................................................................... 31

    Table IV. Summary of Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges (grouped by appealing organisation) ............................................................................................................................. 31 Table V. Appeal Projects grouped by cluster/sector (with hyperlinks to open full project details)............ 34 Table VI. Total Funding per Donor (to projects listed in the Appeal) ........................................................ 58 Table VII. Total Humanitarian Assistance per Donor (Appeal plus other*) ................................................ 59 Table VIII. List of Commitments/Contributions and Pledges to Projects not Listed in the Appeal .............. 60 Table IX. Summary of Appeal Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges (grouped by IASC standard sector) ............................................................................................................... 68

    ANNEX II. ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ...................................................................................... 69

    Please note that appeals are revised regularly. The latest version of this document is available

    on http://www.humanitarianappeal.net.

    Full project details can be viewed, downloaded and printed from www.reliefweb.int/fts.

    http://www.humanitarianappeal.net/ http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

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    E G Y P T

    W e s t B a n k

    Gaza Strip

    JORDANI S R A E L

    SYRIAN# ARAB#

    REPUBLIC

    LEBANON

    RAFAH

    KHAN YUNIS

    DEIR A L BALA H

    GAZA

    JA BALYA

    A L K H A L I L ( HE B R ON )

    A L Q U DS ( J E R U S A L E M )

    RA M A L L A H

    NA B L U S

    S A L F I T

    TU B A S

    BE TH L E H EM

    QALQILIYA

    TU L K A R M

    J E N I N

    A R I HA ( J E RI C H O)

    Rosh Ha'Ayin

    Rehovot

    Rama

    Qiryat Mal'akhi

    Qiryat Gat

    Qalansuwa

    Peduyim

    Pardes Hanna

    Netanya

    Nahariyya

    Lod

    Kefar Monash Hofit

    Herzliyya

    Hadera

    Gedera

    Gan Yavne

    Et Tira

    Bi'na

    Bet HaGaddi

    Beit Jann

    Beersheba

    Bat Yam

    Baqa el Gharbiyya

    Ashqelon

    Ashdod

    'Afula

    Tel Aviv

    Acre

    Kfar Saba

    Nazareth

    Haifa Tiberias

    Kafr Qasim

    Zefat

    Yavne

    Ma'ale Gilboa'

    Ram On

    Yafit

    As Safi

    Ak Karak

    Mitspe-Chalem

    Khirbat an Natsh

    Almog

    Ain 'Atara

    Bab al Nakb

    Beit Yosef

    Yatta

    Tarqumiya

    Bayt Fajjar

    Khirbat al Misbas

    Khirbat al 'Awja'

    at Tasta

    Jenin

    Nablus

    Tulkarm

    Ramallah

    Qalqiliya

    Belar Ad Dahiriyah

    Ya'bad

    Tubas

    Khirbat Kafa Khirbat Kashda

    Sebastye

    Khirbat al Bizra

    Beit Lid

    Elon More Mas-ha

    Yatma Majdal Bani Fadil

    Dair Balut

    'Abud

    El Taiyiba

    Rafah

    Bethlehem

    Hebron Gaza

    Khan Yunis

    Nahal 'Oz

    JERUSALEM Jericho

    Salfit

    Jo rd

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    Dead# Sea

    Mediterranean# Sea

    Lake Tiberias

    200 - 400

    400 - 600

    600 - 800

    800 - 1,000

    1,000 - 1,500

    1,500 - 2,000

    2,000 - 2,500

    2,500 - 3,000

    3,000 - 4,000

    4,000 - 5,000

    5,000 and above

    Below sea level

    0 - 200

    Elevation (meters)

    Legend

    International boundary

    Armistice Demarcation Line

    First administrative level boundary

    National capital

    First administrative level capital

    Populated places

    Disclaimers: The designations employed and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Map data sources: CGIAR, United Nations Cartographic Section, ESRI, Europa Technologies, UN OCHA.

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  • o c c u p i e d P a l e s t i n i a n t e r r i t o r y

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    1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    During the first five months of the year, the overall humanitarian situation in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) continued to deteriorate, particularly in Gaza. On 27 December, following a gradual escalation in violence since Nov

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