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 UN braucht Geld for humanitäre Hilfe in 2022 infographic
Grafik zeigt die Zahl der Menschen die Hilfe brauchen und erforderliche Geldmittel für die UN in 2022.


UN sucht humanitäre Hilfe in Rekordhöhe von $41 Milliarden

By Jordi Bou

December 2, 2021 - Die Vereinten Nationen brauchen $41 Milliarden für humanitäre Hilfe um 183 Millionen Menschen in 63 Ländern zu unterstützen, denn die Pandemie geht in ihr drittes Jahr, Konflikte und Klimawandel steigen.

The UN humanitarian agency OCHA appealed for $41bn, up from the $35bn requested for 2021 and double the amount sought four years ago.

In its Global Humanitarian Overview report, OCHA said 274 million people worldwide will need some form of emergency assistance next year, up 17 percent from the figure for 2021, which was a record high.

It said one in 29 people will need help in 2022, marking a 250 percent increase since 2015 when one in 95 needed assistance.

Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, Ethiopia and Sudan are the five major crises requiring the most funding, topped by $4.5 billion sought for Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.

PUBLISHED: 02/12/2021; STORY: Graphic News