The graph identifies the top 10 non-state contributors from category B – UN system organizations and Development Banks-, along the four biennia from 2002 to 2009; from 1st to 10th : UN; UNDP; World Bank; OCHA; UNAIDS; UNDG; UNDHA; CERF; UNDG – Iraq Trust Fund; and UNDHA/INOCHI. The data indicate that exchanges of resources within the UN system and between UN system and development banks follow the trend of previous years of taking place in the humanitarian and economic development areas of intervention.
5e.1. Top 10 Non-State Donors of XB Resources, Category B - UN System Organizations and Development Banks
Biennia 2002/03 - 2008/09, Millions USD
The graph represents the top 10 non-state contributors from category C – other IOs (non UN system organizations or Development Banks), NGOs, Foundations, Private Sector - along the four biennia from 2002 to 2009. From 1st to 10th: UN Foundation, Inc (Ted Turner Funds); The Global Fund against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Foundation Remembrance; non-specified private donors; Rotary International; Multilateral Fund for Montreal Protocol; Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI); UNITAID (International Drug Purchase Facility); and GEF (Global Environment Facility).