UNRWA provides regular financial updates to donors and other stakeholders. This section shares the latest information on funding requirements and contributions received.
Contribution statistical charts
Contributions to UNRWA from all sources analysed and illustrated graphically.
Funding Requirements 2021
TOP 20 Government donors in 2020*
|EU (including ECHO)||157,059,235|
|Spain (including Regional Governments)||14,358,262|
|Belgium (including Government of Flanders)||13,203,288|
* Includes total contributions made toward all programmes. Contribution data is accurate as of 31 December 2020. Click here (PDF) to see all government contributions.
Top 20 Non-government donors in 2020*
|UNRWA USA National Committee||3,008,050|
|Islamic Relief USA||2,740,000|
|King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre||2,455,000|
|UNRWA Spanish Committee||1,665,579|
|Al Ansari Holding L.L.C||1,000,000|
|Muslim World League||1,000,000|
|Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS)||700,000|
|Norwegian Refugee Council||688,686|
|Development Action without Borders, Naba'a||573,640|
|International Islamic Charitable Organization (IICO)||519,292|
|Southern New Hampshire University||225,000|
|Campaign For the Children of Palestine, Japan||218,614|
|Hasene International e.V||186,258|
|Kuwait Red Crescent Society||115,000|
* Includes total contributions made toward all programmes. Contribution data is accurate as of 31 December 2020. Click here (PDF) to see all contributions by non-government donors.