Our Funding and Delivery

UNDP’s core financial resources come from the United Nations member-states through voluntary contributions. UNDP also mobilizes non-core resources from donors, private sector and various UNDP trust funds.

UNDP’s cooperation and partnership with the Government of Moldova, international organizations, civil society and the private sector are key to the achievement of positive development results.

Major donors to UNDP’s programme in 2016 include the European Union, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, GEF, Bulgaria, Austria, USA, Korea, UK, Romania, Italy. Without the generous support of these and many other development partners, the results in various areas would have not been possible.

Development Contribution by Donour for Moldova, 2016

Donor

Amount

% of funding

EU

10,484,795.31

57.74%

Norway

   3,313,769.00

18.25%

Swiss Development Cooperation

      899,775.00

4.95%

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

      755,497.00

4.16%

Denmark

      650,995.34

3.58%

Global Environment Fund

      486,428.86

2.68%

Bulgaria

      303,618.72

1.67%

TRAC (core)

      264,200.00

1.45%

Austria

      253,178.82

1.39%

US Department of State

      230,533.25

1.27%

Moldova

      164,650.00

0.91%

Crisis Prevention and Recovery Thematic Trust Fund

      116,075.07

0.64%

Montreal Protocol

        54,310.00

0.30%

Korea

        53,500.00

0.29%

United Kingdom

        49,982.14

0.28%

Romania

        37,136.00

0.20%

UN Women

        25,000.00

0.14%

Italy

        16,447.00

0.09%

Grand Total

18,159,891.51

 100%

Programme Delivery

Programme Delivery 2015 19,511,602.85 USD
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UNDP Moldova received Gender Equality Silver Seal, as far as contributed to gender equality national goals, in particular the office actively worked with the Ministry of Justice to enact the “Law of Ensuring Equality”, and supporting integration of the gender perspective in local development and decentralization processes in Moldova. The office has made very good progress in the development of a comprehensive management system for gender mainstreaming, in creating an enabling environment for gender equality, and the office has achieved internal parity.

The Gender Equality Seal is adapted by UNDP from the Certification programme for private and public organizations to recognize good performance of UNDP Country Offices/Units to deliver transformational gender equality results.

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