Publications

Recent Releases

The IDP-Initiative Quarterly Update September 2020
24 September 2020
South Sudan 2020-2021 Regional Refugee Response Plan
24 July 2020
Rapport Global 2019
23 July 2020
Report on use of flexible funding in 2019
8 July 2020
The IDP-Initiative Quarterly Update June 2020
6 July 2020
2019 Global Strategic Priorities
6 July 2020
Global Report 2019
18 June 2020
UNHCR Appeal for the Sahel Crisis
15 June 2020
Nigeria Regional Refugee Response Plan - updated for 2020
22 May 2020
UNHCR's Coronavirus Emergency Appeal (REVISION)
11 May 2020

The 2020-2021 Global Appeal provides information for governments, host countries, private donors, and other partners about the Office’s priorities and budget activities for the coming biennium. It presents the objectives and financial resources that will be required for UNHCR’s programmes to bring about protection and lifesaving assistance, safeguard fundamental human rights and seek comprehensive solutions to the plights of tens of millions of refugees, internally displaced people, returnees, stateless persons, and other people of concern.

English|French

The Global Appeal 2020-2021 is available in full version or as individual chapters below.

Overview of 2020MissionForeword by the High CommissionerThe Special EnvoyGlobal Strategic Priorities

Transformative initiatives

UNHCR's 2020-2021 financial requirements

Populations of ConcernDecentralization and regionalizationPopulations of Concern

East and Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes

Southern Africa

West and Central Africa

The Americas

Asia and the Pacific

Europe

Middle East and North Africa

Safeguarding Fundamental Rights

Responding with Lifesaving Support

Building Better Futures

Annexes ExCom members and parties to conventionsAcronymsCredits

Previous appeals

Global Appeal 2019 Update
Global Appeal 2018-2019
Global Appeal 2017 Update
Global Appeal 2016-2017
Global Appeal 2015 Update
Global Appeal 2014-2015
Global Appeal 2013 Update
Global Appeal 2012-2013
Global Appeal 2011 Update
Global Appeal 2010-2011

The Global Report presents the work carried out by UNHCR in 2019 to protect and improve the lives of tens of millions of people of concern—refugees, returnees, internally displaced people, stateless persons, and others of concern. It highlights the year’s achievements, as well as challenges faced by the organization and its partners, in attempting to respond to multiple life-threatening crises and ever-growing humanitarian needs.

The Report is UNHCR's main annual publication designed to meet the reporting requirements of our supporters and partners.

View Executive Summary

 

English|French

The Global Report 2019 is available in full version or as individual chapters below.

UNHCR in 2019

Overview Foreword by the High CommissionerThe Special EnvoyGlobal Strategic Priorities

Populations of concern to UNHCR

Key developments in 2019

Funding UNHCR's Programmes

Africa

The Americas

Asia and the Pacific

Europe

Middle East and North Africa

Safeguarding Fundamental Rights

Responding with Lifesaving Support

Building Better Futures

Public campaigns and Goodwill Ambassador support

Annexes ExCom members and parties to conventionsAcronymsCredits

Previous reports

Global Report 2018
Global Report 2017
Global Report 2016
Global Report 2015
Global Report 2014
Global Report 2013
Global Report 2012
Global Report 2011
Global Report 2010
Supplementary Appeals
A Supplementary Appeal is UNHCR’s primary fundraising tools in new emergencies or situations not covered by the ExCom-approved annual budget as reflected in the Global Appeal. When new or unforeseen requirements exceed $10 million, a supplementary budget is created following approval. The Supplementary Appeal is the corresponding appeal document which enables UNHCR to present the situation and its response plan, and to raise funds for the supplementary budget.
Refugee Response Plans
Refugee Response Plans (RRPs) are comprehensive inter-agency plans designed to respond to refugee emergencies. They are a key feature of the Refugee Coordination Model, as the vehicle through which leadership and coordination of a refugee response may be exercised. An RRP articulates the protection and solution priorities; describes the needs of refugees, host communities, and other people of concern; identifies relevant responsible actors; and defines the financial requirements of all the humanitarian actors. It builds on national preparedness measures and existing contingency plans.
Other appeals or similar documents
In addition to Supplementary Appeals and Refugee Response Plans, UNHCR issues appeals or similar documents for other situations. These may include, for example, a focus on the needs for children’s education; to highlight UNHCR’s activities regarding multi-year solutions; or to spotlight the objectives surrounding UNHCR’s plans to reduce statelessness.
Latest contributions
  • 09-OCT-2020
    Japan
    $900,000
  • 06-OCT-2020
    United States of America

    private donors

    $305,882
  • 05-OCT-2020
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    private donors

    $193,642
  • 03-OCT-2020
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    private donors

    $103,047
  • 02-OCT-2020
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    private donors

    $124,200
  • Republic of Korea
    $11,800,000
  • 01-OCT-2020
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    private donors

    $246,648
  • Spain
    $924,476
  • 30-SEP-2020
    Malaysia

    private donors

    $276,345
  • Greece

    private donors

    $100,365
  • Netherlands

    private donors

    $338,462
  • Republic of Korea

    private donors

    $7,665,312
  • Brazil

    private donors

    $182,846
  • Sweden

    private donors

    $1,773,974
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    private donors

    $1,214,769
  • Germany

    private donors

    $3,732,226
  • Spain

    private donors

    $7,392,097
  • Mexico

    private donors

    $79,370
  • United Arab Emirates

    private donors

    $73,145
  • Belgium

    private donors

    $99,108