Note 1: Figures displayed are based on "contributions received", which represents cash and contributions in kind received from resource partners within a calendar year. Regular resources displayed include contributions for specific management activities.
Note 2: Resource Partners included in this display are Governments (including European Commission),Global Programme Partnerships, International Financial Institutions, UN Inter-Organisational Arrangements, UNICEF National Committees, Non-Governmental Organisations and UNICEF Country Office Private Sector Fundraising (PSFR) as detailed in the UNICEF Funding Compendium. This does not include other revenue (revenue from investments, procurement and other sources) and revenue adjustments.
Transparency around funding sources and how UNICEF spends its resources is fundamental to achieving results for children and young people. To learn more, please see UNICEF's annual reports and Funding to UNICEF page.
About our resources
Resources to UNICEF take the form of direct or indirect funding, people (volunteers, consultants and seconded personnel), partnerships, equipment and other in-kind donations. Our funding is categorized by:
Pooled Funding – which covers Thematic Funding, joint programmes and trust funds – is an integral part of Other Resources. Multi-year funding of all types allows UNICEF to improve the design and implementation of our programmes, increase the visibility of our advocacy efforts, and lower operational costs to deliver higher social returns on investment.