Photo: UN Photo/Milton Grant.Photo: UN Photo/Milton Grant

Rank among member states

Norway contributed a total of USD 1,2 billion in 2012 to the UN system, compared to a total of USD 969 million in 2010.

Norway’s contributions to the UN system in 2012 consisted of USD 610,5 million in core contributions, USD 561,5 in non-core contributions and USD 57,6 million in assessed, mandatory contribution, adding up to a total contribution of USD 1,2 billion. In 2010 the core contributions was USD 442 million, USD 527 million in non-core contributions, adding up to a total contribution of USD 969 million. 

Top contributors to the UN system in 2010. In million US dollar.

Rank

Donor

Core    

Non-core   

Total     

Top contribution   

1

United States of America

 778

3509

4287

 WFP

2

Japan

 421

1052

1473

 UNDP


3

United Kingdom of Great Britain
and the Northern Ireland


 361


 816


1177

 
UNDP

4

Norway

 442

 527

 969

UNDP

5

Canada

 228

 685

 913

UNDP

6

Sweden

 444

 411

 855

UNDP

7

Netherlands

 470

 373

 843

UNDP

8

Spain

 213

 438

 651

UNICEF

9

Germany

 258

 339

 597

UNDP

10

Australia

 144

 333

 477

IFAD

 

Source: UN Economic and Social Council (.xls)

 

Norway's contribution to the UN last three years

2011: 1205 million USD (rank not available)
2010: 969 million USD (ranked #4)
2009: 901 million USD (ranked #7)


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