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Guidelines for contributing to the UN Environment Fund
United Nations Environment Programme
The Environment Fund of UN Environment was established in 1973 by the General Assembly resolution A-2997(XXVII). The Fund is the core source of funding (in addition to the UN Regular Budget) that enables the organization to deliver on the multilaterally agreed medium term strategies and the programmes of work approved by the governments in an efficient, effective and balanced manner. The greatest return on investment in the Environment Fund is its ability to leverage results from each member state’s individual investment with pooled resources worth millions.
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