Public Partnerships


    UNICEF-assisted efforts for children in more than 150 countries and territories could not be carried out effectively without the crucial partnerships with UNICEF public-sector partners: governments, UN agencies, International financial institutions and global programme partnerships.
  • This section provides information for and about UNICEF public-sector partners, including issues and resources, highlights of the results achieved together, and information on immediate needs and ways in which to partner with UNICEF in furthering children's rights.

    Core Resources - the vital funds

    Core Resources – that is, funds without restrictions on their use – provide the important backbone for UNICEF’s extensive operations worldwide.

  • Compendium of Resource Partner Contributions

    Compendium of Resource Partner Contributions for 2014
    The overall revenue of UNICEF grew by 6.5 per cent in 2014 compared with 2013 and totaled an unprecedented US$5.2 billion invested in delivering results for children in development and humanitarian settings. The Compendium presents information on financial contributions from public and private sector resource partners to UNICEF.
    Compendium of Contributions
  • Report on Regular Resources 2014

    Report on Regular Resources 2014

    Regular Resources accounted for 26 per cent of UNICEF’s total revenue in 2014. They were critical in enabling UNICEF to achieve results – whether providing rapid response in emergencies, advancing early learning in Bangladesh, supporting scaling up high-impact HIV interventions in Zambia,  or advocating for the rights of children with disabilities in Tajikistan.

    Report on Regular Resources