Donor Sectors /Thematic Areas Funding Details Total Budget (US$)* Timeframe Geographical Focus
Asian Development Bank (ADB) 1.   Investment and Reforms in Energy and Infrastructure
2.   Reforms to Strengthen Governance and Promote Structural Transformation
3.   Development of Urban Services
4.   Effective Implementation of Projects and Programs and Capacity Building
ADB’s indicative resources; including US$ 720 million Asian Development Fund (ADF) and US$ 1,460 million Ordinary Capital resource (OCR). $2,180 Two year period, 2013–2014 Nation-wide
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) 1.  Education and Health
2.  Humanitarian and disaster preparedness and response
3.  Economic development
4.  Governance
5.  General development support
Australian Aid Program $87.9M, OGD $4.2M $92.1 2013-2014 Nation-wide specifically under-privileged and remote areas
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) 1.   Education
2.   Economic Growth
Development and Humanitarian $69.10 2011-2012 Nation-wide
UK Department for International Development (DfID) 1.   Building peace and stability
2.  Making democracy work
3.  Promoting macroeconomic stability, growth and jobs
4.  Effective delivery of public services
DfID has a planned allocation of £355 million for 2013-14 $557.84 2013-14 Nation-wide
The Netherlands (Dutch) 1.    Human security, rule of law and human rights
2.    Promotion of trade and investment under the slogan: from aid to trade
Development and Humanitarian $62.26 2012 Malakand Division of Khyber PakhtunKhwa province
European Union (EU) 1.    Livelihood
2.    Formal & vocational Education
Development Cooperation $544.50 2007-2013 Nation- wide especially  areas affected by natural and manmade disasters
Norway 1.    Fight poverty and bring about social justice
2.    Governance
3.    Education
4.    Rural development, women and gender equality and human rights
5.    Culture, peace and reconciliation, disaster prevention and preparedness
Annual development budget NOK 100 million $16.38 2013 Nation-wide specifically neglected Areas
Germany 1. Good governance
2. energy
3. education/vocational training
4. health
Development 324.22 2009-2015 Nation-wide
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) 1.    Ensuring human security and human development
2.    Development of sound market economy
3.    Achievement of balanced regional socio-economic development
Technical Cooperation Expenses $18,927 2011 Nation-wide specifically neglected Areas
Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) 1.    Promotion of micro enterprises through finance and vocational education
2.    Support to sustainable practices regarding the use of natural resources.
3.    Promotion of human rights and education, specifically the education of women and girls
Development and Humanitarian $16.24 Annual Nation-wide with a  focus on Khyber PakhtunKhwa, FATA and Northern areas
US Agency for International Development (USAID) 1.      Increasing the capacity and efficiency of power and energy sector
2.      Fostering private sector-led economic growth and agriculture
3. Supporting stabilization efforts in regions susceptible to activity by violent extremists, particularly on the border with Afghanistan
4.      Increasing access to and the quality of education
5.      Health care       
Civilian Assistance $ 2,670 Million and Emergency Flood Response 1,157 Million $3,827.30 2009 -2013 Nation-wide especially underrepresented geographic areas, like Balochistan, the Northern Areas, Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK
The World Bank 1.  Economic governance
2.  Human development and social protection
3.  Infrastructure to support growth
4.  Security and reducing the risk of conflict
$4.0 billion in new IDA/IBRD lending over FY 2012-14,
Multi-Donor Trust Fund: $140 million for conflict-affected areas
4140 FY 2012-14 Nation-wide (including Khyber PakhtunKhwa, FATA and Balochistan)
*Note: Donor contributions have been converted into US$ million for data standardization purposes.

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