UNHCR Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 50 649 804 



UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, has a mandate to lead and coordinate global action in humanitarian contexts to protect the rights and well-being of tens of million of refugees, internally displaced persons, and other people of concern. Active in 135 countries, UNHCR makes an impactful contribution to the international AIDS response. The agency reaches people who may have become more vulnerable to HIV owing to displacement and exposure to conflict situations. UNHCR has a wide range of interventions and programmes, including: HIV prevention, protection, and treatment; reproductive health services; food security and nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene services. The agency has been a UNAIDS cosponsor since 2004.

To support implementation of the Global AIDS Strategy (2021–2026) and advance progress towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to leave no one behind,  UNHCR engages in holistic, multisectoral actions, including life-saving public health and nutrition programming, and advances gender equality and universal human rights in humanitarian settings world-wide. UNHCR works in approximately 137 countries together with governments, civil society and other partners in a multisectoral approach that contributes to SDG 3 and many other SDGs, including: ending poverty (SDG 1); eliminating hunger and malnutrition (SDG 2); ensuring quality education for all (including refugees) (SDG 4); promoting gender equality (SDG 5); water, sanitation and hygiene for all (SDG 6); economic empowerment and inclusion (SDG 8); reducing inequalities (SDG 10); and climate action (SDG 13).

UNHCR aims to ensure that all refugees, forcibly displaced and stateless individuals are able to fulfil their rights to access life-saving and essential health care; HIV prevention, protection and treatment; sexual and reproductive health services; food security and nutrition; and water, sanitation and hygiene services. During 2022, UNHCR provided support to ensure continued HIV services for refugees and other displaced populations affected by humanitarian emergencies in more than 50 countries around the world.

UNHCR’s Global Strategy for public health (2021–2025) contributes towards the health-related SDGs, translating evidence into action for both quality health service provision and addressing the social determinants of health. The right to health requires equitable health services that are available, accessible and adapted to meet the needs of all persons, with particular attention to groups at-risk, in accordance with UNHCR’s Age, gender and diversity policy.

Find more details in the 2022 PMR Results by Organization.