Report on use of Flexible Funding in 2018

In the course of 2018, conflict, persecution and civil strife uprooted millions of people, in harrowing circumstances. In many parts of the world, the politics around refugee and migration issues became more acrimonious and polarized, with direct consequences for the lives of many refugees who were denied refuge, separated from family members, or pushed back to situations of danger.

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Latest contributions
  • 17-JUL-2019
    Spain
    $284,090
  • 16-JUL-2019
    Ireland
    $1,136,364
  • 11-JUL-2019
    Ireland
    $10,227,273
  • 10-JUL-2019
    Sweden
    $9,376,010
  • 08-JUL-2019
    European Union
    $568,181
  • Kuwait
    $75,910
  • 05-JUL-2019
    Spain
    $1,005,114
  • 04-JUL-2019
    Japan

    private donors

    $78,200
  • European Union
    $568,181
  • Japan
    $2,800,963
  • 03-JUL-2019
    Angola
    $60,000
  • 02-JUL-2019
    Netherlands
    $743,035
  • 30-JUN-2019
    Japan

    private donors

    $300,000
  • Argentina
    $53,550
  • Sweden

    private donors

    $250,000
  • Spain
    $183,019
  • Oman

    private donors

    $57,251
  • United Arab Emirates

    private donors

    $783,336
  • Kuwait

    private donors

    $101,816
  • Saudi Arabia

    private donors

    $309,437