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Analysis Specific Funds 2012. Budget and income by Specific Fund 2012. 1.- Source of funds. Contributions by type of donor. 64,402,121. Contributions by Permanent Observers. Contributions by International Organizations. 3,997,576. 2.- Purpose of funds. ORGANIZATIONAL PILLAR. PROJECTS.

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Analysis specific funds 2012

Analysis Specific Funds 2012


Analysis specific funds 2012

Budget and income by Specific Fund 2012


Analysis specific funds 2012

1.- Source of funds


Analysis specific funds 2012

Contributions by type of donor

64,402,121


Analysis specific funds 2012

Contributions by Permanent Observers


Analysis specific funds 2012

Contributions by International Organizations

3,997,576


Analysis specific funds 2012

2.- Purpose of funds


Analysis specific funds 2012

ORGANIZATIONAL PILLAR

PROJECTS

EXECUTED

%

Democracy and Governance

114

19,676,800

31.5%

Human Rights

55

5,580,500

8.9%

Hemispheric Security

85

21,489,500

34.4%

Integral Development

105

11,841,700

18.9%

Subtotal

359

58,588,500

93.7%

Support to Member States

18

1,938,200

3.1%

Executive Management

18

965,200

1.5%

Administration

8

389,500

0.6%

Other Programs

1.1%

6

672,100

Subtotal

6.3%

50

3,965,000

TOTAL

409

62,553,500

100.0%

Specific Funds by Pillar


Analysis specific funds 2012

ORGANIZATIONAL PILLAR

PROGRAM/ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT

PROJECTS

EXECUTED

Secretariat for Political Affairs

3

10,300

Dept. Electoral Cooperation and Observation

49

2,857,400

Dept. Sustainable Democracy and Special Missions

17

8,565,400

Dept. Effective Public Management

27

5,110,500

Democracy and Governance

Secretariat for Legal Affairs

7

1,898,400

Dept. International Law

7

553,900

Dept. Legal Cooperation

4

680,400

TOTAL

114

19,676,300

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)

40

4,456,600

Human Rights

Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM)

15

1123900

TOTAL

55

5,580,500

Secretariat for Multidimensional Security

4

1,534,200

Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD)

47

8,060,900

Multidimensional Security

Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism (CICTE)

10

6,572,700

Dept. Public Security

24

5,321,700

TOTAL

85

21,489,500

Executive Secretariat for Integral Development

10

419,800

Dept. Sustainable Development

34

6,705,000

Dept. Social Development and Employment

16

1,513,700

Dept. Human Development, Education and Culture

11

1,227,900

Integral Development

Dept. Economic Development, Trade and Tourism

20

1,214,000

CIDI Meetings

3

67,600

Inter-American Children’s Institute (IIN)

8

324,000

369,700

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

3

TOTAL

105

11,841,700

Specific Funds by Pillar and Program


Analysis specific funds 2012

Summits Secretariat

7

888,700

Offices in Member States

1

360,600

Columbus Memorial Library

1

14,900

General Assembly

1

422,800

Support to Member States

Unprogrammed meetings

1

24,600

Dept. Conferences and Meetings Management

3

25,900

Art Museum of the Americas

4

200,700

TOTAL

18

1,938,200

Office Secretary General.

3

205,600

Office Assistant Secretary General

1

2,600

OAS Administrative Tribunal

1

43,800

Executive Management

Secretariat for External Relations

6

330,100

Press and Communication Dept.

2

46,000

Dept. International Affairs

5

337,100

TOTAL

18

965,200

Dept. Human Resources

1

49,400

Dept. Financial and Administrative Management Services.

1

28,400

Administration

Dept. Planning and Evaluation

6

311,700

TOTAL

8

389,500

Resolution CP 831/2002

1

364,500

Resolution CP 831/2003

1

89,900

Resolution CP 831/2004

1

10,500

Other programs

Resolution CP 831/2005

1

152,000

Project to Strengthen Democracy in Haiti

1

3,700

Project to Strengthen Democracy in Haiti

1

51,500

TOTAL

8

672,100

Specific Funds by Pillar and Program


Analysis specific funds 2012

10 major projects financed by Specific Funds

32% of the total funds executed by specific funds in 2012 is only 2% of the total projects carried out by the OAS during the period.

TOTAL

19,971,654


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

United Nations

Sustainable Management La Plata Basin

1,255,142

Canada/CIDA

Capacity to Build Sustainable Use

62,339

1

16

Argentina/CONAE

Satellite System Development Program

1,087,888

United Nations

Caribbean Solar Funding Project

49,104

2

17

Brazil

Improving Urban Environment Brazil

902,580

Finland

Pay for Environment

48,516

3

18

USA/USDS

Project for Electrical Interconnection System for Caribbean

454,353

USA/USDS

Apoyando (U.S.-Peru TPA)

32,670

4

19

EEC

Sustainable Energy Sector in the  Caribbean            

428,520

Argentina/CONAE

Administrative Costs (PROSAT/Phase II)

21,525

5

20

United Nations

Sustainable Forest Management - Gran Chaco

286,260

USA/USOAS

Need for Evaluation of Red Risk Disasters

18,384

6

21

USA/USOAS

Climate Energy Project (Phase II)

232,824

Honduras

Golf of Honduras

15,977

7

22

EUA/USOEA

Energy and climate association

210,968

IBRD

Project to Create Biodiversity Information Network

15,070

8

23

EUA/USDS

ECPA Efficient Energy Mexico

205,688

PAHO

Río Negro Basin Honduras-Nicaragua

12,488

9

24

South America

Strategic Amazon Action

148,214

USA/USDS

Support for Evaluation of CAFTA-DR work

11,459

10

25

Argentina

White Helmets IDB

126,181

China

Publication of book on water resource management

7,393

11

26

EUA/USDS

Strategic Planning Tracks

85,661

Argentina

Red Climate Risk in the Caribbean

6,930

12

27

United Nations

Rio Bravo Logical Framework

82,543

China

Sustainable Development in the Caribbean

6,400

13

28

EUA/USOEA

Sustainable Communities in Central America and Caribbean

81,374

OAS SEDI

Integrated Management/Sustainable Aquifers

700

14

29

REEEP

REEEP Latin America/Caribbean

74,189

Finland

Protection & Sustainable Use of Meso-American Aquifer

295

15

30

USA/USDS

U.S./Brazil Biofuels agreement

428,397

31

USA/USOAS

U.S./Brazil Biofuels agreement

7,311

USA/USDIN

Western Hemisphere/WHMSI

47,054

32

Monaco

Western Hemisphere/WHMSI

5,760

USA/USDS

Public Participation in Sustainable Development

221,754

33

China

Public Participation in Sustainable Development

963

Monaco

ReefFix

778

34

Mexico

ReefFix

21,200

Sustainable Development Projects

  • Comments:

  • 30 of the 34 projects have only 1 donor

  • 50% of the funds is concentrated on 3 projects

  • 50% of the projects are for less than $50,000 a year


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

USA/USOAS

20,432

Canada/CA DFAIT

214,528

Korea

20,000

USA/USOAS

87,675

1

Support for Dialogue in Paraguay

Spain

4,800

Germany

46,865

4

OAS Office Belize-Guatemala Adjacency Zone

Mexico

3,338

Mexico

8,532

United Kingdom

351

Germany/GIZ

507,554

IOM

329,914

Netherlands

POA 2012 MAPP-OAS Basket Fund

2,941,904

5

Spain

240,473

POA 2012 MAPP-OAS Basket Fund

2,454,135

Canada/CA DFAIT

France

151,835

Sweden

138,557

Switzerland

95,131

Canada/CIDA

Political Analysis System

262,952

2

Support for the Peace Process in Colombia

6

Various

62,965

IDEA

Political Analysis System

5,326

United Kingdom

47,338

Canada/CA DFAIT

33,042

Spain

Impl. Mediation Belize-Guatemala Conflict

117,264

7

Colombia

30,768

Spain

Support for Government Policy Making

75,738

8

Netherlands

8,777

Canada/CA DFAIT

OAS Mediation Capacity Phase 2

375,386

9

Bahamas

500

Canada/CIDA

Truth Commission Suriname

15,142

10

Canada/CA DFAIT

Strengthening OAS mediation capacity

18,422

11

Spain

Implementation of Multiple Scenario Analysis Method

2,250

12

China

14,512

Spain

Measures for Growth in Belize & Guatemala

16,783

13

Turkey

11,799

Canada/CA DFAIT

Conflict Prevention and Resolution G&B Adj.

193,980

14

3

General Fund of the Subfund for Peace

Qatar

1,438

Germany

Promoting a Culture of Peace

43

15

Spain

614

United Kingdom

Subfund for Peace Belize-Guatemala

1,700

16

Spain

Imp. Mediation between Belize and Guatemala

2,457

17

Sustainable Democracy and Special Missions Projects

  • Comments:

  • There are 5 different funds to finance Belize-Guatemala conflict mediation


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

Uni ND

6,000

Netherlands

372,047

Various

971

USA/USOAS

110,619

1

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Brazil

11

Mexico

102,781

6

France

Program 2 - Individual Petition System

100,698

EEC

507,198

Denmark

91,972

USA/USOAS

Argentina

16,627

316,821

2

Strengthening Right to Freedom Exp Americas

Switzerland

21,273

Ireland

15,524

Swedish H.R NGO

19,496

USA/USOAS

44,500

7

Program 4 - 4.4 Indigenous Peoples

USA/USOAS

56,334

Denmark

36,244

Strengthening Freedom of Expression

Finland

46,092

3

USA/USOAS

78,065

USA/USOAS

110,000

Netherlands

74,627

Netherlands

29,850

Denmark

49,881

8

Program 4 - 4.8 LGTBI

Mexico

24,750

United Nations

39,150

4

Strategic Plan/ General Funds

Argentina

5,500

Chile

5,000

France

2,514

USA/USOAS

317,227

France

14,934

Mexico

41,728

PLAN Int.

11,996

5

Program 1 – Legal Direction

9

Program 4 - 4.6 Children

Chile

3,850

USA/USOAS

11,000

Colombia

548

SCS

5,189

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Projects


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

No

DONOR

PROJECT

AMOUNT

Argentina

14,400

France

8,108

Denmark

6,664

Costa Rica

4,842

10

Program 4 – 4.7 Persons Deprived of Liberty

15

Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression

USA/USOAS

5,534

Various

175

Italy

15

Ireland

57,388

11

Program 4 – Thematic Areas

Mexico

9,680

IWGIA

Support for Rapporteurship Indigenous Rights

63,933

16

Spain

Capacity IACHR Phase II

74,207

17

France

47,972

Finland

HR Protection Defenders

53,449

18

Mexico

42,919

Argentina

Right to the Truth

8,092

19

SCS

33,528

Spain

Preventive Detention in the Americas

67,605

20

12

Program 6 – Other Activities

Netherlands

30,944

Canada/CIDA

Strength. Protection/Prom of Capacity of IACHR/IIHR

110,959

21

Ireland

23,690

Italy

Strengthening of IACHR Case System

314

22

Argentina

1,344

Finland

Just. Women Victims of Sexual Violence

9,789

23

United Nations

Justice for women victims of sexual violence

4,192

24

USA/USOAS

66,953

Spain

Principles Persons Deprived of Liberty

66,754

25

Mexico

17,131

USA/USOAS

Program 4 - 4.2 Women

63,441

26

Netherlands

10,825

USA/USOAS

Program 4 - 4.3 People of African Descent

66,069

13

Program 8 – Development

27

Chile

10,000

USA/USOAS

Program 3 – Country Monitoring

89,682

28

Denmark

6,798

Mexico

Program 4 - 4.5 Migrants

26,423

29

France

Program 5 – Freedom of Expression

49,422

30

Azerbaijan

4,400

Netherlands

Program 7 – Public Information

59,367

31

Argentina

3,323

EEC

Prom. ethical rights in LA

454,544

32

Mexico

2,328

Italia

Prom. Human Rights in the Andean Countries

779

33

Colombia

1,520

France

Protection of H.R. in Haiti (2008-09)

7,098

14

Promote and Protect Human Rights

34

Brazil

149

Colombia

Rapporteur on People of African Descent

19

35

Greece

35

Luxemburg

Rapporteur on Children’s Rights

7,433

36

Various

5

Finland

Special Rapporteur on Women

6,351

37

Spain

Rep. Migrant Workers and their Families

56,615

38

Italy

Support for IACHR in Colombia

53

39

Denmark

Strength Access Justice in Americas

9,747

40

TOTAL

4,446,264

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Projects

  • Comments:

  • The average funds is $111,500 per project

  • 62% of the projects have only 1 donor and attract 30% of the funds


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

PROJECT

DONOR

AMOUNT

No

PROJECT

DONOR

AMOUNT

USA/USINL

74,548

Mexico

140,948

1

Customs/Maritime Cooperation

France

9,799

EUA/USINL

85,430

Chile

34,799

USA/USINL

74,669

France

19,966

2

Technical and Administrative Support for Observations

Trin.& Tob

2,513

Argentina

9,448

9

General Fund

Greece

7,600

USA/USINL

170,368

Dom. Rep.

4,807

El Salvador

38,785

Suriname

115

3

Forfeited Assets Latin America

Dom. Rep.

28,184

Uruguay

1

France

26,640

USA/USINL

210,981

10

Strengthening National Drug Commissions

USA/USINL

141,576

Trin.& Tob

50

4

Control and Interdiction Intelligence

Canada/CA DFAIT

30,638

Canada

223,860

11

University Grad. Res. Part. Program

Canada/CA DFAIT

772,153

USA/USINL

22,515

5

Drug Treatment Court

USA/USINL

64,522

Canada/CA DFAIT

188,346

12

Pharmaceuticals Experts Group

Canada

110,183

USA/USINL

29,361

6

Organized Crime/Supply Reduction

USA/USINL

61,096

USA/USINL

107,431

13

Money Laundering Experts Group

USA/USINL

64,391

Mexico

328

Mexico

5,174

7

School of Education in Latin America

USA/USINL

77,716

USA/USINL

187,543

14

Money Laundering-Judicial Training

Mexico

12,935

IDB

7,200

USA/USINL

156,878

USA/USINL

95,878

8

Drug Prevention Training and Certification

Canada/CA DFAIT

143,264

France

15,022

15

LEDA

Greece

9,243

CICAD Projects


Analysis specific funds 2012

No

PROJECT

DONOR

AMOUNT

No

PROJECT

DONOR

AMOUNT

USA/USINL

656,999

USA/USINL

132,139

Mexico

59,941

CAF

112,940

23

System of Uniform Drug-Use Data - SIDUC

Canada/CA DFAIT

28,758

United Nations

11,440

16

MEM – Draft Hemispheric Evaluation Reports

Trin.& Tob

10,115

Brazil

2

Technical-Administrative Support

USA/USINL

47,613

24

CICAD/RCMP Law enforcement

USA/USINL

14,908

25

Argentina

1,064

National Drug Commission - CICAD

USA/USINL

10,000

26

17

Regular Session

Mexico

594

Dev. Substance Abuse Education and Prev.

USA/USINL

44,623

27

Dev. Financial Intelligence Units South America

USA/USINL

35,727

28

Canada

167,421

Alternative Development Colombia

USA/USDA

9,419

29

USA/USINL

41,967

Drug Treatment Training and Certific. - Mexico

USA/USINL

383,115

18

Program to Strengthen Drug Research

30

USA/NIDA

11,193

Schools of Public Health in Latin America

USA/USINL

113,763

31

Minimum Standards of Care

USA/USINL

33,589

32

Spain

191,489

Terrorism Financing

USA/USINL

42,282

33

USA/USINL

117,608

Strengthening of Money Laundering Law

USA/USINL

64,719

34

France

14,933

Demand Reduction Experts Group

USA/USINL

165,476

35

19

SAVIA - DRUGS Health and Life Americas

Greece

6,905

Field Research - Tarapoto

USA/USDA

9,419

36

Mexico

4,444

Smokable Cocaine Southern Cone

USA/USINL

423,497

37

Dom. Rep.

4,348

Money Laundering

USA/USINL

59,144

38

Online Master’s Degree

USA/USINL

996

39

USA/USINL

112,836

MEM Draft Recommendations

USA/USINL

13,845

40

20

Schools of Medicine in Latin America

Mexico

23,972

Asset Laundering Control Program PERU

Peru

7,817

41

Policy Fellowships Program

USA/USINL

53,350

42

Canada

192,204

Drug Demand Reduction

USA/USINL

810,294

43

USA/USINL

169,636

SIDUC – MEM Recommendations

USA/USINL

60,839

21

SIDUC - Caribbean

44

Suriname

4,570

Technical and Adm. Support for Chemical Control

USA/USINL

21,020

45

Technical and Administrative Support for EDRU

USA/USINL

24,151

46

Canada

58,650

22

Chemical Control Systems

USA/USINL

8,330

TOTAL

3,954,011

CICAD Projects


Analysis specific funds 2012

Funds executed in 2012 by source of funding


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