Private humanitarian assistance in numbers

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Here are some of the findings from the report by the Development Initiatives’ Global Humanitarian Assistance program titled “Humanitarian assistance from nonstate donors: What is it worth?”

Here are some of the findings from the report by the Development Initiatives’ Global Humanitarian Assistance program titled “Humanitarian assistance from nonstate donors: What is it worth?”

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  • 1. Where does the money come from? PRIVATE HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IN NUMBERS 7% Foundations 5% Private companies 5% National Societies US$201million Funding from private companies and corporations was an estimated 2012 20122008 between US$1.1billion IN HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE US$3billion From private individuals 82% US$12million Largest single private donor The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2012 Humanitarian agencies are looking to diversify their funding streams by focusing on emerging markets are playing an important role Asia MiddleEast 7% 2010 US$4.1billion US$12.9billion 26% Privatefunds Institutionalfunds 2012 What is it worth? TOTALHUMANTIARIAN ASSISTANCE US$4.1billion 25% FROM PRIVATE DONORS DECREASE DECREASE US$5.6 billion US$13.8 billion 2