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Special purpose expenses totalled $66 million (2019: $79 million). This amount includes expenses of $51 million for reimbursable support services, $3 million related to capital investments, $9 million related to UNV and $2 million related to UNCDF. (...) Other expenses totalled $210 million (2019: $188 million), of which $33 million (2019: $37 million) related to after-service health insurance, $36 million (2019: $34 million) to common services, $34 million (2019: $34 million) to security-related activities, $17 million (2019: $19 million) to the junior professional office programme, and $19 million (2019: 13 million) to currency revaluation and exchange rate fluctuations to voluntary contributions, $15 million (2019: $15 million) to the support fee for the Joint Programme, and $13 million (2019: $7 million) to Management Service Agreement related activities. (...) Management service agreement contributions totalled -$1 million (2019: $3 million), total expenses registered $13 million (2019: $6 million), and the accumulated balance decreased to $34 million (2019: $48 million).
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Score: 399746.83 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...files/dp2021-31_Annex%20I.docx
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Where a donor has contributed $2 million or more, the total amount of the contributions is shown. 5. (...) Where a donor has contribution $10 million or more, the total amount of the contribution is shown. Private donors Australia 12.6 million | Private donors Germany 5.8 million | Denmark 5.2 million | Kuwait 5 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 4.8 million | Sweden 3.3 million | United States of America 3.2 million | Norway 3 million | Canada 2.3 million  Estonia | Finland | Japan | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Malta | Poland | Private donors Sweden 99.8 million | Private donors Spain 73.8 million | United Kingdom 44.6 million | Norway 44.5 million | Netherlands 43.1 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 37.9 million | Germany 26.7 million | Japan 25.7 million | Denmark 24.4 million | Private donors Japan 20.5 million | Private donors Italy 17.5 million | Switzerland 15.1 million | France 14 million | Private donors Sweden 12.3 million | Private donors USA 11.7 million | Ireland 10.2 million | Italy 10 million  Algeria | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Belgium | Bulgaria | Canada | Costa Rica | Estonia | Finland | Iceland | Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Pakistan | Kuwait | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Malta | Mexico | Monaco | Montenegro | New Zealand | Peru | Philippines | Portugal | Qatar | Republic of Korea | Russian Federation | Saudi Arabia | Serbia | Singapore | Slovakia | Sri Lanka | Thailand | Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Uruguay | Private donors 1.
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Score: 399582.13 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/wp-co...ng-Update-09-December-2019.pdf
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Where a donor has contributed $2 million or more, the total amount of the contributions is shown. 5. (...) Where a donor has contribution $10 million or more, the total amount of the contribution is shown. Private donors Australia 14.8 million | Private donors Germany 8.8 million | Kuwait 7 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 5.3 million | Norway 5.1 million | Denmark 3.7 million | Sweden 3.3 million | Private donors Bahamas 3.2 million | United States of America 3.2 million  Estonia | Finland | Japan | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Malta | Poland | Private donors Sweden 99.8 million | Private donors Spain 83 million | United Kingdom 44.6 million | Norway 44.5 million | Netherlands 43.1 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 41.8 million | Germany 28.9 million | Private donors Japan 28.7 million | Japan 25.7 million | Denmark 24.4 million | Private donors Italy 20.1 million | Private donors USA 19.1 million | Private donors Sweden 17.8 million | Switzerland 15.1 million | France 14 million | Ireland 10.2 million | Private donors China 10 million | Italy 10 million  Algeria | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Belgium | Bulgaria | Canada | Costa Rica | Cyprus | Estonia | Finland | Iceland | Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Pakistan | Kuwait | Latvia | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Malta | Mexico | Monaco | Montenegro | New Zealand | Peru | Philippines | Portugal | Qatar | Republic of Korea | Russian Federation | Saudi Arabia | Serbia | Singapore | Slovakia | Sri Lanka | Thailand | Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Uruguay | Private donors 1.
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Score: 399530.22 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/wp-co...ing-Update-31-January-2020.pdf
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These combined efforts are having a very positive impact on domestic revenue, which has grown from US$110 2 million in 2016 to US$141 million in 2017 and is projected at US$156 million in fiscal year 2018. (...) Defence $60 million (21.6% of total budget) investment for Defence and national security; $1.5 million (0.5%) for ensuring justice and discipline in the military and $0.1 million for supporting needy orphans of fallen soldiers. (...) Protecting Public Health $1.4 million (0.5% of total budget) for health care administration, and interventions for malaria, TB and HIV Educating our children $6.1 million (2.1% of total budget), out of which $2.6 million for the Primary and Secondary Education, $2.9 million for Somali National University, $0.3 million for the Somali Academy of Sciences and Arts, and $0.3 million for the Somali Inter-governmental Academy.
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Score: 399487 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/med...ens-Budget-in-Somalia-2018.pdf
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More people than ever are living abroad. In 2013, 232 million people, or 3.2 per cent of the world’s population, were international migrants, compared with 175 million in 2000 and 154 million in 1990. (...) In 2013, Asians represented the largest group, accounting for about 19 million migrants living in Europe, some 16 million in Northern America and about 3 million in Oceania. (...) International migration remains highly concentrated In 2013, half of all international migrants lived in 10 countries, with the US hosting the largest number (45.8 million), followed by the Russian Federation (11 million); Germany (9.8 million); Saudi Arabia (9.1 million); United Arab Emirates (7.8 million); United Kingdom (7.8 million); France (7.4 million); Canada (7.3 million); Australia (6.5 million); and Spain (6.5 million).
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Score: 399353.22 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/68/me...onal%20Migration%20Figures.pdf
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Total expenses decreased by $4 million, to $61 million (2017: $65 million), remaining below the level of revenue for the year. (...) At the end of 2018, UNCDF held liabilities of $113 million (2017: $85 million), including $8.6 million (2017: $9.0 million) in after-service health insurance (ASHI) liabilities and $92.8 million (2017: $70.0 million) in deferred revenue. (...) Net assets/equity of $107 million in 2018 included $92 million accumulated surplus, $6.4 million for operational reserve, and $8.6 million for actuarial gains etc.
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Score: 399007.35 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...20Financial%20Review_2018.docx
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UNHCR 2020 Global Trends Report – key data: 82.4 million people forcibly displaced globally (79.5 million in 2019) – a 4 per cent increase 26.4 million refugees (26.0 million in 2019) including: 20.7 million refugees under UNHCR’s mandate (20.4 million in 2019) 5.7 million Palestine refugees under UNRWA’s mandate (5.6 million in 2019) 48.0 million internally displaced people (45.7 million in 2019) 4.1 million asylum-seekers (4.1 million in 2019) 3.9 million Venezuelans displaced abroad (3.6 million in 2019) 2020 is the ninth year of uninterrupted rise in forced displacement worldwide. Today, one per cent of humanity is displaced and there are twice as many forcibly displaced people than in 2011 when the total was just under 40 million. More than two thirds of all people who fled abroad came from just five countries: Syria (6.7 million), Venezuela (4.0 million), Afghanistan (2.6 million), South Sudan (2.2 million) and Myanmar (1.1 million). (...) For the seventh year in a row, Turkey hosted the largest refugee population worldwide (3.7 million refugees), followed by Colombia (1.7 million, including Venezuelans displaced abroad), Pakistan (1.4 million), Uganda (1.4 million) and Germany (1.2 million).
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Score: 398910.96 - https://www.unhcr.org/th/en/ca...egory/who-we-are-en/figures-en
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Where a donor has contributed $2 million or more, the total amount of the contributions is shown. 5. (...) Where a donor has contribution $10 million or more, the total amount of the contribution is shown. Private donors Australia 10.3 million | Germany 5.4 million | Denmark 5.2 million | Kuwait 5 million | Private donors Germany 4.9 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 3.9 million | Sweden 3.3 million | United States of America 2.2 million  Estonia | Finland | Luxembourg | Malta | Norway | Poland | Private donors Sweden 99.8 million | Private donors Spain 61.2 million | United Kingdom 44.6 million | Norway 44.5 million | Netherlands 37.5 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 31 million | Germany 26.7 million | Denmark 24.4 million | Private donors Japan 16.1 million | Switzerland 15.1 million | Private donors Italy 14.2 million | France 14 million | Private donors USA 11.7 million | Private donors Sweden 10.4 million | Ireland 10.2 million  Algeria | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Belgium | Bulgaria | Canada | Costa Rica | Estonia | Finland | Iceland | Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Pakistan | Kuwait | Luxembourg | Malta | Monaco | Montenegro | New Zealand | Peru | Philippines | Portugal | Qatar | Republic of Korea | Russian Federation | Saudi Arabia | Serbia | Singapore | Slovakia | Sri Lanka | Thailand | Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Uruguay | Private donors 1.
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Score: 398536.47 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/wp-co...ing-Update-14-October-2019.pdf
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Where a donor has contributed $2 million or more, the total amount of the contributions is shown. 5. (...) Where a donor has contribution $10 million or more, the total amount of the contribution is shown. Private donors Australia 9.2 million | Germany 5.4 million | Kuwait 5 million | Private donors Germany 4.9 million | United States of America 3.9 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 3.5 million | Sweden 3.3 million  Denmark | Estonia | Finland | Luxembourg | Malta | Norway | Poland | Private donors Sweden 99.8 million | Private donors Spain 54.5 million | Norway 44.5 million | Netherlands 37.5 million | United Kingdom 31.7 million | Private donors Republic of Korea 27.6 million | Germany 26.7 million | Denmark 24.4 million | Switzerland 15.1 million | Private donors Japan 14.2 million | France 14 million | Private donors Italy 12.7 million | Private donors Sweden 10.4 million | Ireland 10.2 million  Algeria | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Belgium | Bulgaria | Canada | Costa Rica | Estonia | Finland | Iceland | Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Pakistan | Kuwait | Luxembourg | Malta | Monaco | Montenegro | New Zealand | Peru | Philippines | Portugal | Qatar | Republic of Korea | Russian Federation | Saudi Arabia | Serbia | Singapore | Slovakia | Sri Lanka | Thailand | United Arab Emirates | Uruguay | Private donors 1.
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Score: 398137.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/wp-co...g-Update-24-September-2019.pdf
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U S$ Since 2002… committed $2.8 billion to forests investments (mostly IBRD, IDA, GEF) currently active portfolio: o 57 operations, total $727 million o 7 regional operations and 50 country operations $300-$400 million in new business a year. (...) Austria 2013 Forests portfolio Largest operation is $95 million (China) Average project size is $12.8 million AHEG 2, Vienna. (...) Austria 2013 Global Partnerships Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF): US$ 232 million (Readiness Fund); US$215 million (CF) Forest Investment Program (FIP): US$ 602 million (not a WB program per se), DGM Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund (CEPF): US$216 million BioCarbon Fund: US$ 90 million Guyana REDD+ Investment Fund: US$ 135 million Indonesia Forest Carbon Trust Fund: US$7 million PROFOR and FLEG: US$ 22 million AHEG 2, Vienna.
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Score: 398028.93 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...loads/2014/12/AHEG2_WG2_WB.pdf
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