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What is a Flexible Contribution?

A Flexible contribution is one for which donors don’t impose conditionalities, thus allowing WFP to determine the country programme or its activities in which the contribution will be used and how it will be used.

What is the importance of Flexible Funds?

Flexible contributions are crucial for our emergency responses, protracted relief and recovery efforts, whenever and wherever needs are greatest. Flexible funds provide WFP with greatest flexibility and predictability to kick start operations, fund neglected crises and ultimately enhance our response to those most in need.

Use of Flexible (former Multilateral) and Immediate Response Account Funding - 2021

Use of Flexible (former Multilateral) and Immediate Response Account Funding - 2020

Use of Flexible (former Multilateral) and Immediate Response Account Funding - 2019

Use of Flexible (former Multilateral) and Immediate Response Account Funding - 2018

Use of Flexible (former Multilateral) and Immediate Response Account Funding - 2017

View the historical funding for Immediate Response Account

View the historical funding for flexible contributions

 

Multilateral Contributions

Donors US$
Australia 27,855,153
Belgium 6,067,961
Canada 21,138,072
China 200,000
Chile 20,000
Cyprus 21,505
Denmark 27,391,428
Estonia 56,306
Finland 8,403,361
France 3,260,870
Germany 109,324,822
Hungary 20,000
Iceland 926,744
Ireland 13,513,514
Kazakhstan 30,000
Republic of Korea 4,003,539
Liechtenstein 101,112
Luxembourg 1,313,604
Netherlands 71,285,141
Norway 44,208,665
New Zealand 3,771,213
Panama 1,000
Poland 1,000,000
Qatar 5,000,000
Sweden 98,282,097
Switzerland 7,510,730
United Kingdom 50,568,900
United States of America 16,550,000
Private Donors 19,690,186
All Donors in 2022 as at 01/10/2022 541,515,921

Multilateral Allocations

Allocations US$
Afghanistan 13,519,089
Algeria 5,620,061
Angola 1,305,584
Armenia 1,326,827
Bangladesh 1,420,547
Benin 552,315
Bhutan 404,650
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 2,939,676
Burkina Faso 2,658,673
Burundi 1,380,803
Cambodia 571,134
Cameroon 8,395,234
Caribbean Community 2,101,841
Central African Republic 5,651,183
Chad 3,946,375
Colombia 4,026,452
Congo 1,398,485
Democratic Republic of the Congo 709,736
Côte d'Ivoire 950,617
Cuba 3,578,266
Djibouti 904,591
Dominican Republic 1,837,939
Ecuador 3,052,454
Ecuador 505,875
Egypt 6,294,667
El Salvador 2,426,624
Eswatini 2,258,741
Ethiopia 7,575,024
Gambia 959,607
Ghana 1,617,875
Guatemala 3,588,281
Guinea 1,818,895
Guinea-Bissau 594,888
Haiti 5,538,389
Honduras 4,916,517
India 506,820
Indonesia 1,537,872
Iran (Islamic Republic of) 501,589
Iraq 1,798,344
Jordan 6,550,035
Kenya 1,370,151
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 858,408
Kyrgyz Republic 532,261
Lao People's Democratic Republic 495,449
Latin America 5,780,413
Lebanon 4,971,584
Lesotho 2,528,113
Liberia 1,540,715
Libya 1,616,817
Madagascar 10,536,684
Malawi 1,654,185
Mali 3,158,918
Mauritania 2,097,328
Republic of Moldova 17,124
Mozambique 10,027,856
Myanmar 7,745,914
Namibia 2,525,641
Nepal 1,442,353
Nicaragua 4,166,782
Niger 4,851,994
Nigeria 14,231,499
Palestine 915,741
Pacific Islands COs 1,244,792
Pakistan 5,499,528
Peru 393,615
Peru 347,736
Philippines 535,855
Rwanda 1,373,745
Sao Tome and Principe 99,890
Senegal 945,438
Sierra Leone 1,107,014
Somalia 22,897,696
South Sudan 18,427,394
Sri Lanka 1,542,806
Sudan 664,895
Syrian Arab Republic 21,947,728
Tajikistan 2,452,209
United Republic of Tanzania 3,487,522
Timor-Leste 488,528
Togo 961,018
Tunisia 537,597
Türkiye 503,243
Uganda 3,344,454
Yemen 86,051,227
Zambia 2,286,607
Zimbabwe 6,235,408
All Allocations in 2022 as at 01/10/2022 383,684,450

Kindly note that the figures under flexible contributions include both multilateral contributions and contributions directed to the Immediate Response Account (IRA)while the allocations listed here reflect only multilateral allocations. For IRA allocations, please visit the Immediate Response Account page.