2006 - 2015 Ten Years of Reforms

Impact of reform on UNHCR’s organizational structures and operational capacity

Responding to unsustainable trends in structural costs and financial challenges within the organization, in 2006 UNHCR embarked upon a comprehensive set of internal reform measures. This was necessary to increase the percentage of resources directly devoted to protection, assistance and solutions for people of concern and to reduce the share of funding spent on the organization itself, a basic precondition to increasing UNHCR’s efficiency and improving its delivery.

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