Our Funding and Delivery

Where our money comes from and what we spend it on?

Of the $5.8 million delivery  in 2012, $ 4 million came from bilateral and multilateral agencies while $ 1.8 came from UNDP core funding.   Of the diļ¬€erent programme areas, the highest expenditure was incurred  in the crisis prevention and recovery which amounted to 35% of the total expenditure followed by 25% in environment and engery. 

Development Contribution by Donor for Papua New Guinea

Fiscal yearDonorTotal Contribution
2008$3,732,534.00
2008GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA$1,880,742.12
2008GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS$446,226.00
2009$3,465,316.00
2009UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME$1,450,000.00
2009GOVERNMENT OF NEW ZEALAND$535,000.00
2009GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS$562,671.00
2009Australian Agency for Int'l Development$2,548,681.94
2009MDTFO/JP_UN_Country_Fund_PNG$882,000.00
2010$3,268,763.00
2010UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME$922,590.96
2010GOVERNMENT OF NEW ZEALAND$465,000.00
2010Australian Agency for Int'l Development$1,826,991.00
2010MDTFO/JP_UN_Country_Fund_PNG$747,160.00
2011$2,885,000.00
2011UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND$102,588.91
2011UNDP AS AA FOR JP PASS THROUGH$817,501.00
2011MDTFO/JP_UN_Country_Fund_PNG$2,684,970.16
2012$2,335,359.33
2012EUROPEAN COMMISSION$374,171.64

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Programme Delivery for Papua New Guinea

Programme Delivery 2008 Programme Delivery 2009 Programme Delivery 2010 Programme Delivery 2011 Programme Delivery 2012 Programme Delivery 2013
$6,399,156.48 $7,997,135.29 $9,397,014.62 $5,886,317.64 $5,800,831.44 $4,802,722.18