Donbass situation in OCHA figures, early fall 2014

At Steppes in Sync, we continue to track the developments in the humanitarian response to the eastern Ukrainian crisis.

Donbass situation. Data as of September 19, 2014. A Steppes in Sync infographic
Donbass situation. Data as of September 19, 2014. A Steppes in Sync infographic

According to the latest situation report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and OCHA’s local partners:

As of 19 September, the total amount provided by donors to international aid organizations for relief activities in Ukraine comes to US$13.7 million. The Preliminary Response Plan was launched on 14 August, against which UN agencies requested an initial US$33.3 million for immediate life-saving needs. Since the launch of the PRP, the situation has significantly deteriorated and needs have risen further.

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