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Funding 2013

Sources of SIPRI funding, 2013

All amounts in Swedish kronor (SEK) unless otherwise stated

Funder   Amount   Programme/project  
Swedish MFA   24 431 000      Core grant a
    3 135 000      Security and Development/Arms Transfers
Clingendael (Netherlands)   EUR 25 000      Armed Conflict and Conflict Management
Cordaid (Netherlands)   EUR 30 000      Armed Conflict and Conflict Management
DIPR (UK)   EUR 60 000      Arms Transfers
DFID (UK)   EUR 493 039      Life in Kyrgyzstan
Dutch MFA   EUR 10 000      Director’s office
European Commission   EUR 57 500      Arms Transfers
European Defence Agency   EUR 39 000      Military Expenditure
GICHD (Switzerland)   USD 26 000      Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation
Global Development Network   USD 56 000      Life in Kyrgyzstan
3ie   USD 684 026      Life in Kyrgyzstan
MacArthur Foundation   USD 29 910      Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation
German MFA   EUR 17 095      Arms Transfers
Norwegian MFA   NOK 600 000      China and Global Security
OSCE   EUR 4 900      Arms Transfers
Riksbankens Jubileumsfond   175 000      Arms Transfers
Sida   10 469 600      Mali Civil Society and Peacebuilding
Swedish Radiation Safety Authority      295 200      Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation
DDPS (Switzerland)   CHF 180 000      Editorial and Publications
UNDP   EUR 33 800      Dual-use and Arms Trade Control
UN, Permanent Mission of Japan   USD 77 942      CIT-MAP
UNODC   USD 37 000      CIT-MAP
US Department of Energy   USD 50 340      Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation
US Department of State   USD 99 456      CIT-MAP
Vertic (UK)   GBP 15 000      Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation

Notes: 3ie = International Initiative for Impact Evaluation; CIT-MAP = Countering Illicit Trafficking – Mechanism Assessment Projects; DFID = Department for International Development; DDPS = Swiss Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport; DIPR = Development Initiatives Poverty Research Ltd; GICHD = Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining; MFA = Ministry of Foreign Affairs; OSCE = Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe; Sida = Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; UNDP = United Nations Development Programme; UNODC = UN Office on Drugs and Crime; AUD = Australian dollar; CHF = Swiss franc; EUR = Euro; GBP = British pound; NOK = Norwegian krone; USD = United States dollar.

Grants listed are those approved to SIPRI in 2013. Some of these grants cover several years and may include subcontractors. This means that the combined total for all external grants will not be identical to SIPRI’s annual turnover for 2013.

a SIPRI receives an annual core grant from the Swedish MFA which covers approximately 50 per cent of the annual budget. For more information see SIPRI, Annual Review 2013.