Our Funding and Delivery

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

UNDP funds generally come from Regular (or Core resources) as well as Non Core. Depending on the APL (Authorized Programming Levels) agreed and set for Ghana, regular resources, commonly known as TRAC (Target for Resource Assignment from the Core) are allocated for the country office for a particular programming cycle (such as 2006 -2010).

Non-core resources on the other hand comprise other funds including C/S (cost sharing), contributions from bilaterals, multilaterals, UNDP TTFs (Thematic Trust Funds) and other UN agencies.

In recent years, various donors who have supported our work immensely for very important development work include Government of Ghana, Japan, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, DFID (Department for International Development), EU (European Union), SOROS Foundation, The Prem Rawat Foundation, GEF (Global Environmental Fund), Montreal Protocol and Microsoft Corporation.

Development Contribution by Donor for Ghana

Fiscal yearDonorTotal Contribution
2011$6,056,092.64
2011UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PRO$282,971.48
2011GOVERNMENT OF DENMARK$192,429.81
2011GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN$1,110,858.74
2011ALLOCATED INTEREST$129,747.78
2011EUROPEAN UNION$2,287,074.63
2011UNITED NATIONS$461,537.12
2011MILLENNIUM PROMISE ALLIANCE, I$491,766.92
2012$5,976,581.22
2012GOVERNMENT OF NETHERLANDS$200,000.00
2012GOVERNMENT OF NORWAY$239,983.42
2012UNITED NATIONS$415,320.50
2012DANIDA:$110,453.00
2012MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS$2,136,299.44
2012CADBURY HOLDINGS LTD$315,579.00
2012Kofi Annan Int Peace Trng Cent$184,480.00

Programme Delivery for Ghana

Programme Delivery 2011 Programme Delivery 2012
$12,752,416.84 $11,411,307.54

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