Our Funding and Delivery

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

UNDP Yemen is funded from its own regular resources, other United Nations sources, and from bilateral and other external donors. The total delivery for 2012 is US$ 16.085 million, which is 63% higher compared to 2011 delivery.

UNDP Yemen received funding from a variety of sources, including the Government of Yemen, foreign governments and private sector organizations.

The following table and graph show the value of UNDP Yemen's funding from core resources, the government of Yemen, external partners and Thematic Trust Funds for the previous cycle (2011-2012) :

Development Contribution by Donor for Yemen

Fiscal yearDonorTotal Contribution
2011$5,210,000.00
2011UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME$607,584.04
2011$876,283.37
2011GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY$499,788.00
2011GOVERNMENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA$1,177,162.50
2011EUROPEAN UNION$312,861.34
2012$6,824,720.73
2012UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME$161,481.07
2012UNOCHA$471,216.92
2012GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA$118,980.00
2012GOVERNMENT OF DENMARK$845,563.36
2012GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY$1,636,549.07
2012GOVERNMENT OF ITALY$100,376.41
2012GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN$1,138,513.00
2012GOVERNMENT OF NETHERLANDS$357,143.00
2012GOVERNMENT OF SAUDI ARABIA$500,000.00
2012GOVERNMENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA$1,399,453.00
2012GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS$321,546.00
2012DEPARTMENT FOR INT'L DEVELOPMENT (DFID)$2,519,623.24
2012SWEDISH INT'L DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION$7,317,849.47
2012UNOCHA/Central_Emg_Resp_Fund$250,000.00
2012MDTFO\JP_Peace_Building_Fund$1,345,524.00
2012US Int'l Narcotics & Law Enfmnt Affairs$1,340,000.00
2012Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of$200,000.00

Programme Delivery for Yemen

Programme Delivery 2008 Programme Delivery 2009 Programme Delivery 2010 Programme Delivery 2011 Programme Delivery 2012 Programme Delivery 2013
$11,261,559.34 $14,672,022.02 $16,464,620.90 $10,155,864.50 $17,105,747.44 $33,672,784.37