Our Funding and Delivery

Where our money comes from and what we spend it on?

Core financial resources of UNDP come from the United Nations member countries through voluntary contributions. UNDP also mobilizes non-core resources that come from donors, Government and various UNDP trust funds.

The funds are spent to support further strengthening of Montenegro’s institutions, improving administrative capacities and addressing issues of social exclusion in the country as it moves towards membership of the European Union and achieving of the Millennium Development Goals.

Development Contribution by Donor for Montenegro

Fiscal year Donor Total Contribution $
2010 UNDP 1,065,000
  Government of Netherland 1,523,730
  Government of Norway 375,268
  GFATM 1,518,907
  SIDA 1,115,000
  MDTF 564,263
  GEF 850,000
  Government of Finland 365,194
  Government of Montenegro 240,000
  OSCE 182,209
  Government of Sweden 145,000
  European Commission 165,674
  Total 2010 8,110,245
2011 UNDP 985,000
  European Commission 2,470,000
  Government of Montenegro 1,310,000
  Municipality of Cetinje 1,110,000
  GEF 1,000,000
  Government of Netherlands 442,000
  OSCE 176,000
  CSTI 167,000
  Government of Finland 261,938
  Others 255,000
  Total 2011 8,176,938
2012 GFATM 2,200,000
  Government of Montenegro 1,588,000
  Government of Norway 786,000
  Municipality of Cetinje 616,000
  GEF 210,000
  OSCE 133,000
  Others 205,000
  Total 2012 5,738,000

 

Programme Delivery for Montenegro

Programme Delivery 2008 Programme Delivery 2009 Programme Delivery 2010 Programme Delivery 2011 Programme Delivery 2012 Programme Delivery 2013
$6,423,491.12 $7,046,794.14 $7,959,077.04 $8,218,417.16 $6,747,275.32 $5,634,125.56