The United Nations Secretary-General's Peacebuilding Fund

2020-2024 Top Donors (Commitments) Status: 01 August 2022

1  
   GERMANY
  $127,270,826

2  
    SWEDEN
   $114,090,068
3  
     NORWAY
    $55,853,173
4  
    NETHERLANDS
    $47,764,145

 

5  
   DENMARK
  $33,191,979

 

 


UNITED KINGDOM
    $32,162,937

 

 
    CANADA
   $30,253,041

 

 

8
   SWITZERLAND
  $22,021,985  

 

 
FRANCE
     $13,098,734      
   

10 

   NEW ZEALAND
  $9,919,054

11 
      JAPAN
       $7,800,000

12    
      AUSTRALIA  
        $7,263,862    

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Recently Approved Projects

Albania

Strengthening the role of youth in promoting increased mutual understanding, constructive narrative, respect for diversity, and trust in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Serbia

*Reference to Kosovo should be understood to be in the context of Security Council resolution As per UNSCR 1244 (1999).


 

$1,144,902

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Strengthening the role of youth in promoting increased mutual understanding, constructive narrative, respect for diversity, and trust in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Serbia 

*Reference to Kosovo should be understood to be in the context of Security Council resolution As per UNSCR 1244 (1999).


 

$898,800

Mauritania

Appui à la coordination et au suivi des Projets du Fonds de Consolidation pour la Paix (PBF) 


 

$949,470

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Ambassador Antje Leendertse, Permanent Representative of Germany to the United Nations in New York.

Ambassador Nicolas de Rivière, Permanent Representative of France to the UN in New York

PBF Strategy 2020-24

Voices from the Field - PBF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Secretary General’s Peacebuilding Fund in the Democratic Republic of the Congo