Peru


Humanitarian Compendium

Total Requested:
$3,480,000
Total Funded:
$1,250,313
Percentage Funded:
36%

The El Niño coastal phenomenon, triggered by the increase in sea surface temperature, has caused continuous rainfall in February and March and has led to 12 departments and one constitutional province, particularly on the northern coast, being declared under emergency. The number of people affected and severely affected1 from this event is over one million. According to official forecasts, the El Niño coastal phenomenon could continue until the end of April with moderate magnitude. As a result of this situation, the state of emergency would continue and the number of the severely affected people would increase. 

The national Government has led the response efforts through national coordination mechanisms. Throught the interagency Peru Flash Appeal (April - October 2017), IOM and humanitarian partners aim to strengthen and support the response efforts led by the GoP in areas facing the emergency, with particular emphasis on the northern coastal regions. 

Contact Information: Mr. Jose-Ivan Davalos, Chief of Mission, idavalos@iom.int>


Total Requested:
$3,480,000
Total Funded:
$1,250,313
Percentage Funded:
36%
Peru Flash Appeal
Requested 3,480,000 | Received: 1,250,313 | Percentage funded: 36%

  Camp Coordination and Camp Management

  • Prevention of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in camps
    Amount Requested: USD 250,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    1) Reduce the risk of trafficking and sexual exploitation in shelters, 2) Strengthen mechanisms for the prevention of trafficking and sexual exploitation, 3) Give technical assistance to regional, local and national governments in the prevention of trafficking and sexual exploitation
    Beneficiaries:
    30,000 people in Lambayeque, La Libertad and Piura
  • Strengthening community and two-way communication of displaced people in camps and spontaneous sites
    Amount Requested: USD 200,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    1) Strengthen community participation and social networking of displaced families, 2) Strengthen community participation mechanisms for solving displacements, 3) Strengthen participation mechanisms for vulnerable groups, 4) Strengthen community two-way communication. 
    Beneficiaries:
    10,000 people in Lambayeque, La Libertad and Piura
  • Aid to displaced families located in camps or scattered with distribution of NFIs
    Amount Requested: USD 500,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Give non-food supplies to families in shelters (kitchen utensils and linens kits).
    Beneficiaries:
    5,000 families (35,000 people) (Piura, Lambayeque, Libertad)
  • Improvement of the information management related to families displaced in camps and humanitarian needs
    Amount Requested: USD 100,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Improve the information management of humanitarian needs and situation of displaced families in Piura, Lambayeque, Ancash and Libertad via DTM application.
    Beneficiaries:
    20,000 people
  • Betterment of camp coordination and camp management, and camp upgrading in Piura, Lambayeque, Ancash, and Libertad
    Amount Requested: USD 2,000,000 Amount Received: USD 480,313
    Objective:
    Provide technical assistance and strengthening in CCCM with the national government and assistance in the installation, management; and give essential services in the shelters for the displaced population.
    Beneficiaries:
    20,000 people

  Shelter

  • Distribution of tool kits for house repairing in districts of Lambayeque
    Amount Requested: USD 90,000 Amount Received: USD 0
    Objective:
    Help families repair their houses affected by floods in Lambayeque.
    Beneficiaries:
    300 families
  • Emergency temporary housing in districts of Piura
    Amount Requested: USD 340,000 Amount Received: USD 770,000
    Objective:
    Provide families with emergency temporary housing.
    Beneficiaries:
    200 families
Total Requested:
$3,480,000
Total Funded:
$1,250,313
Percentage Funded:
36%
This appeal has been supported by

 

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)