Our Partners

boy drinking waterPhoto by UNDP Iraq 2012

UNDP believes that partnerships are fundamental for building broad-based consensus, ensuring ownership, and effective implementation of programmes for sustainable peace and development in Iraq. UNDP continues to build and expand its partnerships across the federal and Kurdistan Regional Government, the Council of Representatives, civil society, media, academia, the private sector, religious and community organizations, UN agencies and international development partners.

Partners include: The European Union (EU), France, Sweden (SIDA), Denmark (DANIDA), Norway, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, the Swiss Agency for Development (SAD), the United States (DoS, INL, USAID), the United Kingdom (FCO, DFID), Germany (MFA, KfW), the Austrian Development Agency (DAD), Canada (DFATD), Australia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Iraq, Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID), Japan (JICA), Korea, Global Fund (GFATM), Global Environment Fund (GEF), Shell Iraq Petrolium, NDAF, UN-Habitat, Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), UNOCHA, UNHCR.