• 11.5M People in Need
  • 1.7M People Targeted
  • 92,317 People Reached
  • $185.1M Funding Requested (USD)
  • $44.6M Funding Received (USD)
  • $140.5M Unmet funds (USD)

Response Plans: HRP; RRP.

Figures updated for: January to March 2024.

Country overview

The Food Security and Nutrition Cluster (FSNC) in Colombia was created in 2010 to support preparedness and response in the context of the protracted conflict and natural disaster events and to support the capacity of humanitarian actors and cover gaps in assistance. The overall objective of the FSNC is to respond to humanitarian crises in a coordinated, effective and timely manner, covering gaps in assistance especially in remote rural areas, but also in urban centers where high levels of violence and conflict persist, whilst avoiding response duplication. It is co-led by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO),  the World Food Programme (WFP) and UNICEF, working closely with other clusters/sectors (especially Protection, WASH and Health). The FSNC members in Colombia include UN agencies, INGOs, Red Cross movement, NGOs, civil society organizations and donors.