Our Funding and Delivery
In 2010, financial delivery stood at US $10.3 million. However with the onset of the crisis in March 2011, Delivery figures had dropped to US $9.7million by the end of that year and dipped to US $6.6 million in 2013, a critical year which constituted a turning point for the UNDP programme. Focus shifted to Early Recovery and Livelihoods to better respond to emerging needs and priorities associated with the impacts of the crisis, as per the Syria Humanitarian Assistance Response Plan (SHARP). In 2014 delivery rose to $10.4 million, and more than doubled to $24.2 million in 2015. To date, UNDP has received $30.2 million from donors for its 2016 programme delivery (see programme delivery table below).
FUNDING AND PROGRAMME PRIORITIES FOR 2016-17
UNDP has put in place a two-year country programme that is fully oriented toward mitigating internal and external displacement through strengthening the resilience of the most affected populations inside the country. To fully fund this two-year programme, UNDP has requested US $62 million. As of December 2015, US $30.2 million has been received from donors, leaving a gap of US $31.8 million