Funding and delivery
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.
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, Canada, Denmark, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United States, DFID (Department for International Development), EU (European Union), GEF (Global Environmental Fund) SOROS Foundation, The Prem Rawat Foundation, Montreal Protocol and Microsoft Corporation.
The number and diversity of donors contributing to UNDP programmes confirms the confidence of the national government and the international and local community in our role as a partner of choice for sustainable development.
The following graphs show where our funding comes from and how it is spent. Sharing this information is part of UNDP’s commitment to transparency and accountability to our funders, partners, project participants and the public.
To explore more parameters of our funding, please go to open.undp.org.