UNRWA provides regular updates on its financial situation for donors and other interested parties. In this section you will find the latest information on funding requirements and contributions received.
This information allows all our partners to have a snapshot of the financial situation of the organisation at a given time.
Contributions to UNRWA from all sources analysed and illustrated graphically.
Click here for all contribution charts (yearly trends)
Click here for interesting facts and figures about contributions received by UNRWA.
|United States of America||408,751,396|
|Japan (including JICA)||28,278,535|
|Belgium (including Flanders)||10,772,636|
*Contribution data is accurate as of 31 December 2014. Click here (PDF) to see all government contributions.
Top 20 Non-government donors in 2014*
|UAE Red Crescent||42,953,021|
|Isalmic Development Bank||9,790,000|
|Isalmic Relief USA||6,600,000|
|Opec Fund For International Development||3,100,000|
|Islamic Relief Canada||3,099,603|
|American Friends of UNRWA||3,088,137|
|Tkiyet Um Ali||1,617,487|
|Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation||1,600,000|
|International Committee of The Red Cross||1,228,700|
|Dubai International Humanitarian City||1,058,958|
|International Islamic Relief Organization, Saudi Arabia||1,000,000|
|Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian Foundation & Charity Est.||803,357|
|Islamic Relief Worldwide||753,665|
|Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization||652,575|
|UNRWA Spanish Committee||607,113|
|Mercy USA for Aid And Development||510,000|
|Muslim Relief Coalition||500,000|
*Contribution data is accurate as of 31 December 2014. Click here (PDF) to see all contributions by non-government donors.