An interactive map showing the top 10 countries that have paid the most money to the United Nations under its Intergovernmental Cooperation Fund for Peacebuilding, Peacebuilding and Human Rights (ICPLR).
ICPLR is an independent, multilateral United Nations agency established by the UN General Assembly in 1974 to promote peace and development and to assist countries in achieving peace.
ICPLG funds have been used for peacebuilding projects in countries including Lebanon, Israel, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sierra Leone.
The interactive map includes data from the ICPLr’s annual report.
Read more ICPLRs data is based on contributions received from the top 50 member states.
Source: ICPLRR’s data from 2014-15 and ICPLRI’s data.
ICFPAN is a nonprofit, non-partisan, non profit organization that provides support to the ICCLRs peacebuilding and development programs.
The ICFPan project focuses on the peacebuilding, development and humanitarian crises in Africa.
ICCLR is part of the ICFP group.