(CIDA)CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Established in 1968, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) aims to lead Canada’s international effort to help people living in poverty. CIDA has a 20 country focus with a view to make Canada’s international assistance more focused, more effective and more accountable.
The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) has been a donor contributor to the IPPF Fund since December, 2003. As of December 2012 CIDA has contributed a total of USD 23.5 Million.
KWF & BMZ
The KfW Bankengruppe is Germany’s leading development Bank, whose budget is allocated from the federal budget. It employs 650 personnel who are located around the world. KFW works with a number of German ministries, the European commission and global governments who commission KFW to implement their development cooperation programmes and projects.
KFW draws on its internationally recognised expertise in all development-policy issues, but attaches special priority in to its work on environmental and climate protection, financial sector development and the water sector. KFW has been a donor contributor to the IPPF Fund since December, 2008. As of December 2012 KFW has contributed a total of USD 6.8 Million.
VISIT KFW WEBSITE
AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
The African Development Bank (AfDB) founded in 1964, is the premier Development Financial Institution (DFI) present on the African continent. It has 53 regional member countries and 24 non-regional member countries. It aims to contribute to the sustainable economic development and social progress of African countries through the number of financing mechanisms it has in place.
The African Development Bank has been a donor contributor to the IPPF Fund since December 2007 and also acts as a host for the Fund. As of December 2012 the AfDB has contributed a total of USD 10.3 Million.
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The Norwegian government has been a donor contributor to the IPPF Fund since September, 2007. As of December 2012 Norway has contributed a total of USD 7.4 Million.
The Department for International Development (DFID) was set up in 1997 leads the UK government’s fight against world poverty. It runs long-term programmes to help stop the underlying causes of poverty and respond to humanitarian emergencies and employs around 2,700 staff who work in 29 countries across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
The Department for International Development (DFID) has been a donor contributor to the IPPF Fund since December, 2007. As of December 2012 DFID has contributed a total of USD 9.5 Million.