Consequences of Underfunding in 2021

This report looks at the ten current situations where funding has fallen furthest behind the needs projected in the budget, by the end of August 2021. With real examples of gaps in funding, it seeks to highlight the scale of needs and the real consequences of underfunding for people forced to flee, as well as the impact that donors can make if they take urgent action.

Read the entire report here.

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