Revenue by Government donor

Government donors

The largest source of revenue for most United Nations organizations are contributions from national governments. This page shows the different funding dimensions of the UN system based on  Government donors and financing instruments.

Standard VI. Reporting on revenue by contributor - provides guidance on reporting contributions received by contributors (donors). 

Notes to the Financial Statistics pages 
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The below chart illustrates the composition of the total revenue (assessed, voluntary and other contributions) from the top 10 contributing countries to the UN system.


Revenue by Government Donor and by Financing Instrument

The table below illustrates the distribution of the revenues from all government donors by the financing instrument for the selected year.


All values are in USD.

Government donor Assessed contributions Voluntary core (un-earmarked) contributions Voluntary non-core (earmarked) contributions Revenue from other activities Total