Our Funding and Delivery

Where Does Our Funding Come From?

UNDP development programmes are financed through global, non-voluntary contributions from UN member countries (core resources), as well as from contributions from bilateral and multilateral donors (cost sharing resources) and from the Pakistan federal and provincial governments (government cost sharing resources). UNDP considers government cost sharing as an important indicator and instrument to deepen national ownership and achieve scalability and sustainability of UNDP supported initiatives. 

The UNDP country programme is nationally implemented as all our initiatives are designed and operationalised in consultation with the Economic Affairs Division, Government of Pakistan and the relevant federal and provincial ministries, departments and agencies. A sizeable number of initiatives are implemented under the national implementation modality, where a government counterpart takes responsibility for project implementation, achievement of results and use of resources. In other cases, UNDP itself implements a project while ensuring consultation with and oversight by the relevant national counterparts through representation on project boards. Other implementation arrangements rely on specialised UN agencies and civil society organisations that are selected through a competitive process and a pre-award assessment of their technical and financial capacities.

Development Contribution by Donor for Pakistan

DONOR PROGRAMME DELIVERY (USD 000) TOTAL CONTRIBUTION (USD 000)
2010 2011 2012 2013
JAPAN 23,681 33,951 27,849 1,513 86,994
EUROPEAN UNION 498 6,617 19,170 13,728 40,013
UNDP 14,127 10,905 10,427 3,154 38,613
UNITED KINGDOM 6,264 10,856 3,740 - 20,860
ONE FUND 3,824 2,484 3,386 512 10,206
NETHERLANDS 1,910 1,944 1,722 1,182 6,758
GEF 2,077 1,836 1,122 507 5,542
AUSTRALIA - 2,004 1,756 828 4,588
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - 23 3,965 37 4,025
SWITZERLAND 866 1,427 318 741 3,352
GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB 2,083 137 551 32 2,803
COFRA FOUNDATION
-
1,977
277
26
2,280
NORWAY 181 84 722 753 1,740
GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN 687 1,024 18 - 1,729
GOVERNMENT OF BALOCHISTAN 76 682 608 109 1,475
ITALY 4 58 831 - 893
ADAPTATION FUND - 34 557 43 634
SAUDI ARABIA - 1 589 - 590
UNITED NATIONS 352 229 - - 581
MONTREAL PROTOCOL 164 167 138 25 494
GERMANY 407 - - - 407
GOVERNMENT OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA 1 - 320 9 330
BELGIUM - 156 105 - 261
KUWAIT - 43 207 - 250
GOVERNMENT OF SINDH 193 - 20 - 213
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS 117 37 - - 154
CANADA 73 41 - - 114
OTHERS 194 163 98 - 455

Programme Delivery for Pakistan

Programme Delivery 2008 Programme Delivery 2009 Programme Delivery 2010 Programme Delivery 2011 Programme Delivery 2012 Programme Delivery 2013
$31,210,914.31 $32,045,579.09 $58,311,522.51 $77,337,361.44 $78,505,431.70 $56,159,148.69
Contact UNDP in Pakistan
Media Enquiries Phone: +92-51-835-5600
Email: communications.pk@undp.org Fax: +92-51-2600254-5
Pakistan One UN Programme Annual Report
Pakistan One UN Programme Annual Report

Pakistan's One UN Programme (OP I) was signed on 4 February 2009 in the presence of the UN Secretary General and the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Initially for a two-year period from 2009 to 2010, OP I was extended until December 2012 by mutual agreement of the Government of Pakistan and the UN.

 

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