UNMAS is funded in several ways. When UNMAS is integrated into peacekeeping and special political missions, it is funded through the Assessed or Regular Budget of the United Nations. For all other activities, UNMAS is reliant on extrabudgetary resources from Member States via the United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Assistance in Mine Action (UN VTF). UNMAS also receives financing from UN Multi-Donor Trust Funds and other pooled mechanisms used by the UN system and from individuals and the private sector, through tax-deductible contributions made through the UN Foundation.
UNMAS Sources of Funding
- Voluntary Trust Fund for Assistance in Mine Action in 2018: US$ 119,099,613
- Regular and Assessed Budget for Peacekeeping in 2017/2018: US$ 170,373,868
- Peacekeeping Support Account for coordination in 2017/2018: US$ 1,245,121.
Contributors to the Voluntary Trust Fund
Contributors to the Voluntary Trust Fund in 2018:
Contributors to the Voluntary Trust Fund in 2017:
Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, European Union, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Spain, Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, UNDP and UNA Sweden