Contributions

Contributions

Nov 09, 2016
New York, USA

At 2016 United Nations Pledging Conference, the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg announced its continued commitment to the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) by pledging a 2017 core contribution of €650,000 and thematic contributions of €300,000 for local development and inclusive finance.

Contributions aux Ressources de base et autres en 2015, en dollars des E.U.

#Pays/Institutionde baseautresJPOTotal
 TOTAL

Contributions to Regular and Other resources in 2015, in USD

#Country/InstitutionRegularOtherJPOTotal
 TOTAL11,609,94845,525,420883,61358,018,982
1Multi Partner Trust Fund Office (MPTF) 8,942,729 8,942,729
2Australia

L’UNCDF possède la capacité de catalyser et de mener des modèles de financement innovants jusqu’au « last mile » dans les pays les moins avancés avec un éventail de partenaires anciens et nouveaux, mais uniquement si l’organisation dispose d’une base de ressources prévisibles pour soutenir son travail. Or, en 2015, les recettes totales de l’UNCDF s’élevaient à 58 millions de dollars, contre 88,3 millions de dollars en 2014.

UNCDF has the potential to catalyse and drive frontier finance models into the “last mile” in least developed countries with a range of old and new partners, but only with a predictable resource base to support its work. In 2015, total UNCDF revenue was $58 million, compared to $88.3 million in 2014.

Core contributions continued to fall in 2015, with a sharp decline from $16 million in 2013 to $11.6 million in 2015. This is well below the $25 million needed for UNCDF to operate in 40 LDCs.

As a voluntarily funded UN agency, UNCDF relies on donor governments for the bulk of its financing. This includes core (unearmarked) financing, as well as non-core financing (earmarked for a particular country or programme, including global programmes).