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United Nations Development Programme

as of

USD 12,891K

Voluntary Contribution



Uses of funding

Type of Funding Uses of Funding Beneficiary Country/ Region Contribution (USD thousands)
Total 10,129
Education 2,314
Cook Islands -
Grenada 102
Guatemala 234
Haiti 5
Kiribati 33
Kyrgyzstan 37
Mali 235
Marshall Islands 49
Micronesia (Federated States of) 49
Mozambique 380
Nauru 45
Nigeria 782
Niue -
Palau 47
Samoa -
South Sudan 316
Tokelau -
Natural sciences 1,580
Africa 50
Arab States -
Asia and the Pacific 41
Azerbaijan -
Belize 48
Bosnia and Herzegovina 45
Botswana 36
Cambodia 36
Cameroon 228
Chad 51
Dominican Republic 36
Egypt 51
Europe and North America -
Global -
Grenada 21
Jamaica 100
Latin America and the Caribbean 66
Lebanon -
Libya 51
Malawi 43
Senegal -
Sudan 51
Thailand 36
Togo 393
Zimbabwe 200
Social and human sciences 1,840
Cameroon 606
Chad 185
Colombia 13
El Salvador 135
Gabon 380
Guinea 236
Jamaica 55
Zimbabwe 229
Culture 2,082
Albania 60
Bosnia and Herzegovina 120
Cameroon 1,143
Fiji 125
India 6
Lao People's Democratic Republic 45
Mauritania 120
Mexico 55
North Macedonia 60
Serbia 60
Solomon Islands 125
Tonga 21
Tuvalu 21
Vanuatu 125
Communication and information 2,075
Cambodia 329
Cameroon 469
China 100
Gambia 105
Guinea-Bissau 417
Kyrgyzstan -
Madagascar 105
Palestine -
Philippines 238
Samoa 312
Uganda -
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission 238
Africa 6
Algeria -
Bahamas -
Cuba -
Dominican Republic -
Europe and North America 68
Global 12
Latin America and the Caribbean 6
Morocco -
Samoa 145

Fundings are focusing on

Contribution to Sustainable Development Goals
UNESCO Global Priorities and Priority Groups
  • Gender Equality
  • Priority Africa
  • Small Island Developing States
  • Youth

Contribution to UNESCO Result Framework 2022-2025

The plan of action for the period between 2022 and 2025, structured by Programmes, Outcomes and Outputs.
Outcomes and Outputs Planned (USD thousands) Incurred Expenditures (USD thousands)
Total 22,245 6,488
Outcome 3 - Enhance knowledge for climate action, biodiversity, water and ocean management, and disaster risk reduction 5,359 991
3.SC1 - Inclusive knowledge and capacities of Member States strengthened to advance and apply science for sustainable management of natural resources, ecosystem and biodiversity conservation and restoration, and disaster risk resilience 1,364 753
3.SC2 - Water science, innovation, education, management, cooperation and governance bolstered for a water secure world in a changing environment 3,817 146
3.SC3 - SIDS empowered with strengthened capacities in UNESCO fields of expertise to better address their specific challenges 178 92
Outcome 4 - Advance international cooperation in science, technology and innovation 747 338
4.SC5 - Institutional and human capacities in basic sciences, technology, research, innovation, and engineering enhanced to advance knowledge for sustainable development 747 338
Outcome 1 - Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all 50 50
1.SHS6 - Member States better positioned to devise solid sport policies that (i) fully leverage the power of sports for development and (ii) attract increasing investments in sport, towards delivering inclusive access to, and fair practice of sport, quality physical education and multi stakeholder anti-doping policies promoting sports values, ethics and integrity 50 50
Outcome 7 - Promote inclusion and combat discrimination, hate speech and stereotypes 3,402 1,803
7.SHS1 - Member States capacities strengthened to advance effective policies and practices to achieve inclusive development through the promotion of human rights, scientific freedom, intercultural understanding and by tackling all forms of discrimination and racism 282 50
7.SHS3 - Member States capacities are strengthened to scale up their policy, institutional and legislative actions towards gender equality, to eliminate gender-based violence and discrimination, gender biases and stereotypes, including in the digital world 492 241
7.SHS4 - Member States capacities strengthened to devise and prioritize effective youth policies and interventions that provide youth with opportunities to meaningfully engage in policy-making and to scale up youth-led solutions at global, regional, national and local level 2,628 1,512
Outcome 1 - Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all 2,133 925
1.ED1 - Education systems are equipped to promote inclusion, address marginalization and advance rights, including in crisis-affected and post-disaster contexts 529 366
1.ED2 - Gender transformative education systems empower learners, ensure safe learning environments and address the educational barriers, particularly for girls and women, exacerbated by the learning crisis 1,044 437
1.ED4 - Learners are equipped with relevant skills to meet individual, labour market and societal demands through literacy, TVET, STEM and higher education 559 121
Outcome 8 - Foster knowledge sharing and skills development in the digital age 445 -
8.ED8 - Technologies and digital innovations leveraged to ensure more inclusive, effective and relevant learning 445 -
Outcome 7 - Promote inclusion and combat discrimination, hate speech and stereotypes 952 508
7.ED3 - Learners are empowered to lead healthy lives, promote sustainable development and engage with the world as creative and responsible global citizens 952 508
Outcome 8 - Foster knowledge sharing and skills development in the digital age 1,017 731
8.CI4 - Member States are enabled to foster universal access to information and knowledge, including through the Information for All Programme (IFAP), as well as through Open Solutions, and through the identification, preservation and accessibility of documentary heritage 478 330
8.CI5 - Member States have strengthened institutional and human capacities to integrate media and information literacy (MIL) in policies and strategies, and to bridge the digital and knowledge divides, through the development of digital skills and competencies, particularly in the SIDS, and among women and girls and different marginalized and vulnerable groups 539 400
Outcome 6 - Promote freedom of expression and the right to information 1,767 449
6.CI2 - Member States have strengthened capacities and raised awareness to enhance norms and policies related to freedom of expression, press freedom, safety of journalists, including women journalists, and the right to access information, online and offline 1,767 449
Outcome 5 - Enhance the protection and promotion of the diversity of heritage and cultural expressions 3,416 429
5.CLT1 - Member States capacities strengthened to identify, protect and manage tangible heritage 125 108
5.CLT2 - Member States capacities strengthened to fight the illicit trafficking of cultural property and promote its return and restitution, to protect underwater cultural heritage and to promote the role of museums for societies 6 1
5.CLT4 - Member States and communities capacities strengthened to identify, safeguard and promote living heritage 362 251
5.CLT5 - Member States and civil society capacities strengthened to protect and promote the diversity of cultural expressions through dynamic and inclusive cultural and creative industries 2,463 -
5.CLT6 - Member States capacities strengthened to promote, monitor and measure the contribution of culture to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the local, national and regional levels 460 68
Outcome 3 - Enhance knowledge for climate action, biodiversity, water and ocean management, and disaster risk reduction 2,958 266
3.IOC1 - Member States critically supported in strengthening their capacity to conduct marine scientific research, generate knowledge, and develop and implement science-based tools, services, and policies in order to reverse the decline in ocean health and accelerate the transition towards sustainable management of ocean-related risks and opportunities 2,958 266