Monday, March 17, 2014

Regional Humanitarian Funding: Caucasus and Central Asia

YCSD pays a special attention to the issue or research, therefore, we would like to share the information on Caucasus and Central Asia provided by UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Highlights
  • In 2013, countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia saw a dramatic drop in the incoming aid.
  • Only 1 per cent of the aid received by the region was provided directly to the affected government and the rest was channeled through non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies.
  • Outgoing humanitarian aid from the Caucasus and Central Asia continues to decline with the region giving just $1 million in aid during the reporting period.
  • In 2013, diplomatic representations of donor governments gathered in Astana twice to discuss humanitarian situation in the world and in the Caucasus / Central Asia region.
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Monday, March 17, 2014

Regional Humanitarian Funding: Caucasus and Central Asia

YCSD pays a special attention to the issue or research, therefore, we would like to share the information on Caucasus and Central Asia provided by UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Highlights
  • In 2013, countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia saw a dramatic drop in the incoming aid.
  • Only 1 per cent of the aid received by the region was provided directly to the affected government and the rest was channeled through non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies.
  • Outgoing humanitarian aid from the Caucasus and Central Asia continues to decline with the region giving just $1 million in aid during the reporting period.
  • In 2013, diplomatic representations of donor governments gathered in Astana twice to discuss humanitarian situation in the world and in the Caucasus / Central Asia region.
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Our partner source: youth-in-action.org

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