🚨 NEW: Updated Q1 April 2022 Forecasts

Welcome to the first update of our 2022 funding forecasts. This is our Q1 forecast (called Q1 as it follows the end of the first quarter, i.e. end of March). It takes into account our initial Q0 forecast which feeds in historic data, and the most recent data on how things are going in the […]

Who Funds Who? Donors by Context

Who funds where? It is one of the simplest and important questions when it comes to humanitarian aid. Yet, we’re not sure all that information has been collated before into one place that’s easy-to-read and accessible. If it is out there, maybe it’s “on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in […]

Crisis Profile: Ukraine

On 24th February 2022, a military offensive by Russia led to a rapid deterioration in the security situation in Ukraine, and vast humanitarian consequences. Five days later, on 1st March 2022, two bodies that coordinate humanitarian affairs, UN OCHA and UNHCR, announced inter-agency appeals for the humanitarian situation. The inter-agency appeal launched by OCHA covers […]

Are Pooled Funds a Driver of Localisation?

How can local and national actors access more funding? A quick (and always necessary) reminder: donors made commitments in the 2016 Grand Bargain to get at least 25% of funding to local and national actors. There’s a whole range of reasons why this is important. As the Localisation in Practice paper sets out, there are […]

4 Good News Funding Stories

Good news can sometimes be hard to find – especially on this website. The number of people in need is accelerating, as is the funding required to meet those needs. Funding isn’t keeping up, and the big picture seems to be relentlessly depressing. However, if we look in some of the corners of the funding […]