Data source for Resources Breakdown by Category of Non-State Donors

The graphs below show the distribution by donor category of contributions received in 2008-2009 by the top 10 beneficiaries of XB resources from all non-state donors.

Looking at the breakdown by donor category, European Commission’s contributions have the highest weight on total contributions from non-state donors; on average they account for 32.9% of the resources received by all organizations, or, in absolute terms, they account for USD 3.3 billion in the biennium 2008-2009. UNDP and WFP are the two main beneficiaries of EC in absolute, while UNRWA, IFAD and UNHCR received more than 50% of their XB non-state contributions from EC.

The 5 major donors from category B (UN system and Development banks) and the 5 major donors from category C (other International Organizations, NGOs, foundations, private companies, etc.) account both for 21%-25% of the resources from non-state donors of the top 10 beneficiaries. WFP and UNICEF lead as the two main beneficiaries of contributions from large donors of category B (WFP - USD 450 million or 29% of total resources received by the organization from non-state contributors and UNICEF - USD 525 million or 44%).

UNDP, WHO, UNICEF and UN are the main recipients of contributions by big donors of category C (UNDP – USD 587 million or 28% of total resources received by the organization from non-state contributors, WHO – USD 737 million or 60%, UNICEF – USD 294 million or 25% and UN – USD 149 million or 39%).

The weight of contributions from last category of donors – D all remaining non-state donors other than the EC or the 5 major donors in categories B and C – gives back a good approximation of the level of fragmentation of contributions received from non-state donors.

UNDP, FAO and UNFPA appear to be organizations with high level of "fragmentation" (respectively with 30%, 25% and 71% of non-state contributions).

UNICEF, UNHCR, UNRWA, UN and IFAD have a high level of "concentration" of XB resources – contributions from their largest non-state donors and EC account for more than 90% of their total XB non-state contributions.

5c.1. Top 10 Beneficiaries of XB Resources from Non-State Donors


XB by Donor Category, Biennium 2008-2009, Millions USD

 

IFADUNFPAUNUNRWAUNHCRFAOUNICEFWHOWFPUNDP
A. European Comission 124 43 133 379 257 341 297 94 711 757
B. 5 Major UN System Orgs, World Bank, IMF and Dev. Banks 58 53 74 12 129 227 525 199 450 107
C. 5 Major Other Organizations, NGOs, Foundations, Private Sect. 2 8 149 30 74 12 294 773 253 587
D. Donors other than in Categories A,B or C 0 252 30 25 29 189 64 171 163 626

5c.2. Top 10 Beneficiaries of XB Resources from Non-State Donors

XB by Donor Category, Biennium 2008-2009, Percent Distribution


IFADUNFPAUNUNRWAUNHCRFAOUNICEFWHOWFPUNDP
A. European Comission6712348553442584536
B. 5 Major UN System Orgs, World Bank, IMF and Dev. Banks311519326294416295
C. 5 Major Other Organizations, NGOs, Foundations, Private Sect.1239715225631628
D. Donors other than in Categories A,B or C071866255141030