Welcome to UNICEF’s Transparency Portal

Transparency and Accountability is a top priority for UNICEF in delivering development and humanitarian results for children. The UNICEF Transparency portal is part of our continuous efforts to being open and transparent through direct communication to the public on how and where our resources are used.

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What we do​

UNICEF works in over 130 countries and territories to save children's lives, to defend their rights and help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.

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UNICEF Strategic Plan 2022-2025​

UNICEF’s Strategic Plan, 2022–2025, reflects UNICEF’s unreserved commitment to promoting the rights of all children, everywhere, as stated in the Convention on the Rights of the Child and guided by the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action. It comes at a crucial time when the human rights of children are under threat to a degree that has not been seen in more than a generation.​ It is the first of two sequential plans towards 2030 and it represents UNICEF’s contribution to child-focused Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in all settings.

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UNICEF’s transparency journey

UNICEF signed onto the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) in 2012. Since then, UNICEF has committed itself to a journey of advancing transparency globally and across the organization. In true UNICEF spirit, we have pioneered and innovated our way to scale up the quality and depth of data.

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$ 8,955,558,797
Total programme funds allocated in 2024
$ 2,218,129,352
Total programme funds spent in 2024

Country Profiles

Operating in 130 countries and 7 regions

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This map does not reflect a position by UNICEF on the legal status of any country or territory or the delimitation of any frontiers.

Incoming and Outgoing Funds
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Contributions received
Allocations
Expenses
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1. Afghanistan
$ 892,302,829
10%


6. Lebanon
$ 382,049,685
4%


2. Sudan
$ 547,269,783
6%


7. Somalia
$ 317,975,648
4%


3. Ukraine
$ 486,094,600
5%


8. Nigeria
$ 285,558,584
3%


4. Yemen
$ 444,528,721
5%


9. Democratic Republic of Congo
$ 275,055,113
3%


5. Ethiopia
$ 429,882,638
5%


10. South Sudan
$ 269,482,273
3%


TOTAL ALLOCATIONS: $ 8,955,558,797
Countries sorted by allocation amount
Hosted Funds 2023
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86.66%

87%

Public sector

13.34%

13%

Private sector

About UNICEF Hosted Funds

UNICEF hosted funds are a particular kind of trust funds for which UNICEF offers comprehensive financial services and facilitates the establishment and operation of the secretariat by providing administrative services. The trust funds are financial platforms that allow donors to pool funds to address specific issues.

UNICEF hosts four (4) funds and their respective secretariats. Education Cannot Wait for Fund (ECW), Fund for the Global Partnership to End Violence against Children (EVAC), Sanitation and Water for All Fund (SWA), and Education Outcomes Fund.

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Reports & Documentation
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Sri Lanka CER 2023

22.06.2024

Consolidated Emergency Report 2023  

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Implementing Partners in 2023

22.06.2024

As an active member of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) since 2012, and as per the Information Disclosure Policy (2010), UNICEF is committed to openly sharing information and data on progra...

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