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REGULAR RESOURCE FUNDING OF COUNTRY PROGRAMMES UNICEF’s Country Programmes of Cooperation are approved by the Executive Board for multiyear periods and are funded from UNICEF’s regular resources, the amounts of which are shown here. UNICEF expands on these programmes, including during humanitarian crises, with restricted funds known as ‘other resources’. (All figures in US dollars.)

Afghanistan 2006–2008

*

$43,106,000

Albania 2006–2010

$3,375,000

Algeria* 2007–2011

$5,410,000

Angola 2005–2008

$22,584,000

Argentina 2005–2009

$3,000,000

Armenia 2005–2009

$3,405,000

Azerbaijan 2005–2009

$4,760,000

Bangladesh 2006–2010

$60,490,000

Belarus 2006–2010

$3,260,000

Belize** 2007–2011

$3,060,000

Benin* 2004–2008

$12,107,000

Bhutan** 2007

$966,000

Bolivia* 2003–2007

$ 6 , 1 3 7, 6 0 4

Bosnia and Herzegovina

2005–2008

$2,468,000

Botswana* 2003–2007

$3,204,949

Brazil** 2007–2011

$4,620,000

Bulgaria 2006–2009

$2,464,000

Burkina Faso 2006–2010

$33,745,000

Burundi* 2005–2007

$15,869,392

Cambodia 2006–2010

$23,550,000

Cameroon* 2003–2007

$14,378,708

Cape Verde 2006–2010

$3,300,000

Central African Republic**

2007–2011

$11,565,000

Chad 2006–2010

$18,445,000

Chile 2005–2009

$900,000

China 2006–2010

$61,035,000

Colombia* 2002–2007

$5,241,456

Comoros* 2003–2007

$3,690,000

Congo 2004–2008

$4,879,000

Congo, Democratic Republic of the*

2006–2007

$65,075,000

Costa Rica** 2007

$601,000

Côte d’Ivoire* 2003–2007

$19,933,238

Cuba** 2007

$632,000

Djibouti* 2003–2007

$3,876,517

Dominican Republic** 2007–2011

$3,505,000

Eastern Caribbean Islands1 2003–2007 $9,400,000

Ecuador 2004–2008

$3,912,000

Egypt** 2007–2011

$13,195,000

El Salvador** 2007–2011

$3,480,000

Equatorial Guinea** 2007

$736,000

Eritrea** 2007–2011

$8,925,000

Ethiopia** 2007–2011

$119,750,000

Gabon** 2007–2011

$3,075,000

Gambia** 2007–2011

$4,870,000

Georgia 2006–2010

$3,370,000

Ghana 2006–2010

$18,600,000

Guatemala* 2006–2008

$3,648,000

Guinea** 2007–2011

$17,000,000

Guinea-Bissau* 2003–2007

$7,010,000

Guyana 2006–2010

$3,345,000

Haiti** 2007

$3,024,000

Honduras** 2007–2011

$4,495,000

India* 2003–2007

$155,423,634

Indonesia 2006–2010

$26,500,000

Iraq** 2007–2010

$8,436,000

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

2005–2009

$7,880,000

Jamaica** 2007–2011

$3,165,000

Jordan* 2003–2007

$3,405,000

Kazakhstan 2005–2009

$4,920,000

Kenya 2004–2008

$24,659,000

Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of**

2007–2009

$3,648,000

Kyrgyzstan

2005–2010

$5,562,000

Lao People’s Democratic Republic**

2007–2011

$8,935,000

Lebanon** 2007

$616,000

Lesotho* 2002–2007

$5,914,801

Liberia** 2007

$3,770,000

Madagascar 2006–2009

$26,241,000

Malawi** 2007

$7,536,000

Malaysia 2005–2007

$1,500,000

Maldives 2003–2007

$3,378,887

Mali* 2003–2007

$37,840,758

Mauritania* 2003–2008

$7,921,000

Mexico** 2007

$628,000

Moldova** 2007–2011

$3,595,000

Mongolia** 2007–2011

$4,535,000

Montenegro4** 2007–2009

$1,803,000

Morocco** 2007–2011

$6,700,000

Mozambique** 2007–2009

$22,653,000

Myanmar 2006–2010

$41,130,000

Namibia 2006–2010

$3,335,000

Nepal** 2007

$6,738,000

Nicaragua** 2007

$862,000

Niger* 2004–2007

$40,187,745

Nigeria* 2002–2007

$140,255,782

Occupied Palesti 2006–2007

nian Territory2 $4,000,000

Pacific Islands3 2003–2007

$14,737,596

Pakistan 2004–2008

$61,616,000

Panama** 2007–2011

$2,000,000

Papua New Guinea*

2003–2007

$6,363,332

Paraguay** 2007–2011

$3,730,000

Peru 2006–2010

$4,500,000

Philippines 2005–2009

$11,570,000

Romania 2005–2009

$3,385,000

Russian Federation 2006–2010

$4,805,000

Rwanda* 2007

$7,875,000

Sao Tome and Principe**

2007–2011

$3,300,000

Senegal** 2007–2011

$15,825,000

Serbia and Montenegro5

2005–2009

$3,325,000

Si e r r a L e o n e 2004–2007

*

$18,330,750

Somalia* 2004–2008

$26,930,000

South Africa** 2007–2010

$3,988,000

Sri Lanka** 2007

$800,000

Sudan** 2007

$6,169,000

Swaziland 2006–2010

$3,755,000

Syrian Arab Republic**

2007–2011

$4,605,000

Tajikistan* 2005–2009

$6,597,000

Tanzania, United Republic of**

2007–2011

$46,932,000

Thailand**

2007–2011

$5,000,000

The former Yugoslav Republic of

Togo** 2007

$3,210,000

Tunisia** 2007

$3,320,000

Turkey 2006–2010

$5,045,000

Turkmenistan 2005–2009

$4,680,000

Uganda 2006–2010

$42,880,000

Ukraine 2006–2010

$4,775,000

Uruguay 2005–2009

$2,000,000

Uzbekistan 2005–2009

$9,271,000

Macedonia 2005–2009 Timor-Leste* 2006–2010

$3,060,000

$2,325,000

Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

2002–2007

$2,935,000

Viet Nam 2006–2010

$20,000,000

Yemen** 2007–2010

$24,035,000

Zambia** 2007–2010

$20,048,000

Zimbabwe** 2007–2011

$11,115,000

UNICEF cooperated with 155 countries, areas and territories in 2006: 44 in sub-Saharan Africa (ESARO and WCARO); 35 in Latin America and the Caribbean (TACRO); 35 in Asia (EAPRO and ROSA); 20 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENARO); and 21 in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS).

  • *

    Includes additional regular resources allocated since the Executive Board first

approved the funds.

** New country programme starting in January 2007 and approved by the Executive Board in 2006.

1 Includes Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Turks and Caicos Islands.

2 UNICEF is providing assistance for Palestinian children and women for 2006–2007 in the following places: Occupied Palestinian Territory ($2,100,000), Lebanon ($900,000), Jordan ($500,000) and the Syrian Arab Republic ($500,000).

3 Includes Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.

4 On 3 June 2006, Montenegro declared itself independent of Serbia, and on 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State.

5 Serbia and Montenegro (prior to Executive Board country programme approval for Montenegro for 2007–2009) included Kosovo, currently under United Nations administration ($750,000).

UNICEF ANNUAL REPORT 2006

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