Contributors to regular resources

Regular resources form the bedrock of UNDP, and hence are vital to support our work to eradicate poverty and reduce inequalities and exclusion around the world. Regular resources allows UNDP to allocate funds where they are needed most, respond flexibly to crisis, serve as the backbone of UN system coordination, and maintain the high standards of quality assurance and transparency that are crucial for the effective management of development funds.

In 2015, the "100 partners" campaign was launched to increase and diversify our regular resources funding base and to expand the number of contributors to 100 by 2017.

Core Contributions to UNDP in 2015

Regular resource contributions for 2016

as of December 2016

To date, we have received contributions to UNDP's regular resources from the following partners:  

               

Government

USD
United States 83,062,475
Sweden 71,899,075
United Kingdom 68,750,000
Norway 64,222,164
Japan 59,949,999

Switzerland

57,171,515

Canada

31,847,134
Netherlands 31,746,032
Denmark 30,322,809
Germany 27,692,076
Belgium 20,971,302
France 10,445,878
Australia 9,574,868
Ireland 8,497,807
Republic of Korea 8,000,000
Italy 5,549,390
New Zealand 5,344,021
India 4,315,602
China 3,800,000
Turkey   3,000,000
Luxembourg 2,905,702
Saudi Arabia 2,500,000
Austria 1,791,383
Finland 1,127,396
Russia 1,100,000
Thailand 865,112
Kuwait 570,000
United Arab Emirates 323,975
Singapore 300,000
Costa Rica 220,330
Iceland 185,022
Mozambique 151,600
Panama 148,740
Morocco 101,985
Israel 100,000
Japan Innovation Network (JIN) 88,700
Bahrain 56,000
Estonia 52,910
Colombia 50,000
Portugal 50,000
Romania 40,000
Czech Republic 38,445
Viet Nam
35,000
Liechtenstein 25,907
Andorra 11,089
Cambodia 10,000
Guyana 9,927
Samoa 6,000
Cuba 5,000
Antigua and Barbuda
2,500
Pakistan 955
Myanmar 908

 

 

Partners that made multi-year pledges

Antigua and Barbuda 2016-2017
Australia 2016-2019
Canada 2016-2018
Netherlands 2016-2017
New Zealand 2016-2018
Switzerland 2015-2017
Turkey 2013-2017
Viet Nam 2014-2016

New or returning partners contributing in 2016

as of December 2016

Antigua and Barbuda
Colombia
Cuba
Mozambique
Pakistan
Romania