Ethiopia: Emergency Response to Northern Ethiopia Crisis in Tigray, Amhara, and Afar regions (first revision) – ETH221

The Tigray conflict, which started on 4 November 2020, has spread to neighboring Amhara and Afar regions.  The situation continues to be highly fluid and unpredictable, with ongoing fighting in multiple locations significantly impacting humanitarian access and hampering quick response.

On 24th March 2022, Ethiopia’s government declared “an indefinite humanitarian truce effective immediately”, saying it hoped to help hasten the delivery of emergency aid into the Tigray region. The following day Tigray forces accepted the humanitarian truce(according to government media).

ETH 221 (first revision) is similar to ETH 221 apart from the inclusion of an additional requesting member Christian Aid. The appeal continues to strengthen the accomplishments of ETH201.

ACT Ethiopia Forum members EOC-DICAC, EECC-DASSC, Christian Aid, LWF, NCA, HEKS, and DCA continue to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable.

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