What is a Multilateral Contribution?

A multilateral 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 Multilateral Funds?

Multilateral contributions are crucial for our emergency responses, protracted relief and recovery efforts, whenever and wherever needs are greatest. Multilateral 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.

Multilateral Contributions

DonorsUS$
Sweden96,446,701
Netherlands42,654,028
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland36,222,510
Norway35,134,480
Denmark30,916,844
Germany26,692,202
Canada22,896,411
Ireland15,300,546
Belgium11,322,950
Switzerland7,454,739
Japan5,343,946
New Zealand4,008,016
WPD3,947,626
Luxembourg617,284
Iceland477,737
Liechtenstein107,181
France76,625
Israel20,000
Slovakia15,000
Hungary10,000
Turkey6,647
All Donors in 2018 as at 6/4/18339,671,474

Multilateral Allocations

AllocationsUS$
Afghanistan3,584,253
Algeria1,065,000
Bangladesh10,710,550
Benin2,236,500
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)520,108
Burkina Faso991,117
Burundi3,329,434
Cambodia878,529
Cameroon1,017,974
Central African Republic14,005,138
Chad2,944,648
Colombia678,662
Congo2,139,808
Congo (Democratic Republic of the)17,546,849
Djibouti1,704,000
Dominican Republic106,500
Ecuador319,500
El Salvador2,982,000
Ethiopia7,294,105
Gambia20,840
Guatemala1,704,000
Guinea719,827
Haiti816,722
Honduras639,000
Indonesia532,500
Iraq13,719,906
Jordan699
Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)1,065,000
Lao People's Democratic Republic532,263
Lesotho213,000
Liberia1,039,393
Libya4,260,000
Madagascar5,273,887
Malawi532,500
Mali9,767,653
Mauritania5,146,850
Mozambique562,463
Nepal3,687,874
Nicaragua1,470,462
Niger5,806,589
Palestine, State of4,792,500
Pakistan2,137,793
Rwanda4,792,500
Senegal3,088,500
Sierra Leone563,783
Somalia4,792,500
South Sudan5,202,786
Sri Lanka532,500
Swaziland142,579
Syrian Arab Republic20,374,628
Tajikistan182,234
Tanzania, United Republic of709,012
Uganda8,666,773
Yemen12,780,000
Zambia3,164,407
Zimbabwe1,810,500
All Allocations in 2018 as at 6/4/18205,299,099