2015 in Numbers

 

UNICEF FUNDS UTILISED BY PROGRAMME

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In 2015, UNICEF Mozambique had total expenditures of USD 39.7 million, down slightly from USD 41 million in 2014. The Child Health and Nutrition section utilized 30% of these funds (USD 11.8 million) covering a range of community and facility-based interventions related to child health, nutrition and HIV. The WASH programme spent USD 9 million, or 23% of total, to improve water and sanitation services in rural communities, small towns and schools. The Education programme spent $5.2million (13%) to deliver programmes focused on improving the quality of education in addition to supporting upstream policy work. The Child Protection programme also utilized 13% to support the scale up of social protection along with community based child protection interventions. The Communication section utilized $4.2million, or 11%, supporting behavioural change initiatives, communication for development and child participation. These programme areas were supported by additional value-added work provided through technical assistance, social policy engagement and advocacy representing, jointly, 11% of expenditures.

UNICEF SOURCE OF FUNDS UTILISED

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At 42% of funds utilized, regular resources remains the most important source of funding for the Country Office. Bilateral donors provided approximately 32% of all funds utilized, or almost USD 13 million. A number of donors also provide funds to different UN programmes, accounting for around USD 5 million (13%) of utilized funds, almost half of which supported health and nutrition programmes, either through the RMNCH Trust Fund or Canadian-supported 'MDG4&5' project. Other sources of funding include thematic contributions allocated to the Country Office, the Micronutrient Initiative, UNITAID and GAVI.

UNICEF NATIONAL COMMITTEE FUNDS

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In 2015, UNICEF Mozambique utilized $2.8million of funding provided by ten UNICEF National Committees. 31% of this funding was from the Swedish Natcom and provided critical support to UNICEF's HIV response progammes. The Netherlands National Committee provided 20% of Natcom funds utilized and this supported WASH in Schools, in addition to supporting a range of health and nutrition interventions. The US Fund provided 15% of Natcom funds, and these resources focused on transforming the lives of children with disabilities. The Finnish and UK Natcoms' resources (11% and 10%, respectively) supported out of school children and provided WASH facilities for children at school. Funds from the Norwegian Natcom (7%) contributed to UNICEF's pediatric aids programme, while funding from the Spanish Natcom (5%) focused on education. In addition, a number of National Committees provided contributions of under $100,000 including the French, German and Portuguese.

UNICEF BILATERAL FUNDS

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In 2015, the largest proportion of bilateral donor funds were provided by USAID (30%) and the Netherlands (29%). The majority (almost 80%) of USAID's funds were used to support the community-based health programmes, while funding from the Netherlands focused on nutrition and WASH interventions. The UK Government provided 21% of funds utilized which primarily supported the WASH sector. Funds from Sweden (9%) were critical to UNICEF's emergency WASH response following floods in central Mozambique and Swedish funds also supported a large Joint Programme in social protection. The European Union's support – 7% of bilateral funds utilized – focused on a small town WASH programme in Inhambane. Iceland (2%), Ireland and Denmark (both 1%) also provided critical funding for the WASH, Protection and Health sectors respectively.