UNHCR relies almost exclusively on voluntary contributions from governments, the United Nations, intergovernmental institutions and the private sector. For UNHCR, finding resources for our programs and to address new refugee crises is part of its operational priorities
Regular updates and information on our programs, financial requirements and donor contributions are available on the Global Focus website. In this changing and complex operational environment in terms of needs and priorities, UNHCR calls on donors to make contributions which can be allocated with the greatest flexibility possible.
That way, we will be able to direct funding where it is most needed, providing protection, accommodation, healthcare, education and many more basic needs for millions of refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless and internally displaced people around the world.
6 July 2022 – 29 December 2022
1 January 2022 – 05 July 2022
1 January 2021 – 30 December 2021
Thanks to the donors of the Greece Operation
European Union 10.6 Μ | United States of America 1.2 Μ | Muslim World League 500 K | Switzerland 150 K | Fondation CHANEL 113 K | Semia Proprieties LTD 109 K | Private donors Greece 107 K
United States of America 600 Κ | Muslim World League 500 K | European Union 172 K | Fondation CHANEL 113 K | Semia Proprieties LTD 109 K
European Union 103.4 M | United States of America 6.15 M | Austria 1.2 M | UNO-Flüechtlingshilfe 654 K | Stichting Benevolentia 305 K | Industria de Diseño Texti S.A. (Inditex) 197 K | SAP Solidarity Fund e.V. 176 K | France 176 K | Switzerland 162 K | Education Cannot Wait 117 Κ | Switzerland for UNHCR 110 K