The graph shows the detailed per biennium contributions made in the four biennia period 2002-2009 by the top 10 non state donors to the UN system organizations.
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The graph lists the donors that contributed more than USD 10 million in 2002-2009.
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.
In large degree, EC contributions are targeted to a relative small number of recipient organizations: 2008-2009 contributions to UNDP (USD 757 million) and to WFP (USD 711 million) account respectively for 22.6% and 21.2% of the total resources given by the EC; together they represent almost half of the contributions to the UN system organizations.5d.2. XB Resources from European Commission by Organization Top 10 Beneficieries, Total: 3,350 Millions USD, Biennium 2008-2009
Appreciating the fact that the European Commission is the largest non-state donor of the UN system as a whole and in line with the FAFA agreement, the contributions from EC are duly segregated for reporting and analysis.
Over the four biennia, EC biannual contributions to UN system organizations have tripled, from USD 1.1 billion in 2002-2003 to USD 3.3 billion in 2008-2009. The graph shows linear growth trend of contributions after relatively faster increase from the biennium 2002-2003 to the biennium 2004-2005.
This series of graphs below ranks the top beneficiaries of XB contributions from non-state donors excluding resources donated by EC.5c.6. XB Resources from Non-State Donors - By Organization Top 10 Beneficieries - All Donors Excluding EC, Total: 6,222 Millions USD, Biennium 2008-2009
75 per cent of all 2008-2009 XB contributions from non-state donors excluding resources donated by EC were received by a group of five organizations: UNDP, WHO, UNICEF, WFP and FAO.
The three graphs below show the distribution of XB resources from non-state donors received by UN system organizations from the following categories of 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.
The below graphs show the detail of the annual XB contributions from all categories of non-state donors between 2002-2003 and 2008-2009. The organizations are grouped in three graphs consistently with their scale of contributions received from non-state donors (USD 180 million or more; between USD 18 and USD 180 million and under USD 18 million per biennium).
In the period 2002-2009 there has been a significant increase in the annual contributions granted by non-state donors to UN organizations. Assessing the UN system as a whole, the biannual contributions more than doubled from USD 4.4 billion in 2002-2003 to USD 9.8 billion in 2008-2009.
The graph shows XB contributions from all categories of donors and focus on the main organization beneficiaries of these contributions within the United Nations system.
Four main classes of non-state donors have been identified for organizations reporting their contributions:
A) European Commission – as a largest non-state donor, and in line with FAFA requirements, a separate category is dedicated to EC;
B) 5 major non state donors from “UN system organizations, World Bank, IMF and development banks”;
C) 5 major non-state donors from “other International Organizations, NGOs, foundations, private companies, other entities”;
D) All remaining non-state donors other than the EC or the 5 major donors in categories B and C.
The graph – Contributions by Donors from State Groups shows an increase of the extra-budgetary resources made available on a biennial basis to UN system organizations over the four biennia starting 2002-2003: the increase in the XB contributions from the Member States accounts to 87% during this period (from USD 14.8 billion in 2002-2003 to USD 27.7 billion in 2008-2009).
The graphs below demonstrate the biennial evolution of the resource distribution in biennia 2002-2003 to 2008-2009. On average, between biennia 2002-2003 and 2008-2009 the UN system recorded a 4.7% decrease in RB and a corresponding 4.7% increase in XB.
The graph comprises organizations that appear to have a relatively balanced mix of RB to XB resources, in a range from 70:30 to 35:65 (RB:XB).
The graph excludes the organizatios mainly (80% or more) financed with XB resources
The graphs below show in detail the per cent variation of XB resources proportional to total resources, calculated on a biennial basis, between 2002-2003 and 2008-2009.
The graph shows the distribution of RB and XB resources at the UN system level on a biennial basis for four biennia starting 2002-2003.
In the context of an increase of the overall financial resources made available to the UN system, the bulk of increase is attributable to progressive increase in XB resources while RB resources grew at a less rapid pace. Total resources of the UN system in the biennium 2002-2003 were USD 32.1 billion and USD 57.9 billion in the biennium 2008-2009.
The two graphs below reveal the average increase of biennial expenditures recorded over a four biennia period.
[highcharts:0:"":line]2.3. UN System Total Expenditures by Organization (2002-2009) (Millions US$) Including Expenditure In-Kind
[highcharts:1:"":column]2.4. UN System Total Expenditures by Organization (2002-2009) (Millions US$) Including Expenditure In-Kind
The graph shows a general expenditure increase trend in the United Nations System organizations, accounting for growth from USD 38.4 billion in the biennium 2002-2003 to USD 69.8 billion in the biennium 2008-2009 representing the average increase rate of 22% per biennium.
[highcharts:0:"":column]1.3 Total Expenditures: Biennium 2008-2009 Specialised Agencies: USD 12,240m Millions USD
[highcharts:1:"":column]1.4 Total Expenditures: Biennium 2008-2009 Other UN Entities: USD 1,985m Millions USD
Overview of the Financial Statistics with a focus on 2008-2009 expenditure figures originated from regular and non regular resources. The expenditure figures presented in the chart provide a comparative snapshot on the value of activities carried out by the organizations of the UN system. These figures are extracted from the latest available audited financial statements of the relevant organizations referring to the biennium 2008-2009.