Financial Tracking Service (FTS) database
dataset

FTS aims to present a complete picture of all international humanitarian funding flows. Since 1992, it has collected reports on humanitarian funding flows submitted by Government donors, UN-administered funds, UN agencies, NGOs and other humanitarian actors and partners, including the private sector.

FTS verifies and combines these reports using a consistent methodology, ensuring that data is fully comparable and presented as a seamless whole. FTS is continuously updated and provides:

  • visibility on financial contributions to humanitarian activities
  • a timely and continuously updated picture of funding flows between donors (government and private sector) and recipient organizations (e.g. UN agencies, the Red Cross Movement, and NGOs)
  • timely monitoring of funding progress against humanitarian response plan and appeal requirements.

FTS supports the transparency and accountability of the humanitarian system and facilitates resource mobilisation: it informs real-time decision-making at both national and global levels across all humanitarian emergencies and actors, focusing not just on contributions but also on the allocation and use of funds.

Links

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    External dimension

    New Migration Partnership Framework, reinforced cooperation with third countries to better manage migration.

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  • 6fd

    Internal displacement

    Forced (internal) displacement, root causes and populations of concern.

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Additional Info

Dataset ID FTS
Temporal Coverage Start 1992
Status Active
Spatial Coverage World
Mode Database
Data Type Statistical

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