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IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency Session VI: Financing the Technical Cooperation Programme Mr. Matteo Sironi, Unit Head, Finance and Information.

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1 IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency Session VI: Financing the Technical Cooperation Programme Mr. Matteo Sironi, Unit Head, Finance and Information Management Section, Department of Technical Cooperation

2 IAEA Session Objective To provide an overview of the technical cooperation funding resources

3 IAEA TC Programme Resources Technical Cooperation Fund (TCF) Target is established by the Board of Governors and finalized in a General Conference resolution $85 m for 2009, $85 m for 2010, $86 m for 2011 Funded by voluntary contributions from all Member States based on shares established by using UN assessment rates National Participation Costs (NPC, 5% of the project ‘value’) also flow into TCF

4 IAEA TC Programme Funding Sources Extrabudgetary Contributors are Member States, other international organizations, NGOs and the recipient governments themselves (Government Cost Sharing, GCS) In-kind Money does not pass through the Agency’s accounts

5 IAEA The Regular Budget MP6 is used to manage the technical cooperation programme Other regular budget major programmes contribute to the programme Technical cooperation programme MP5 MP2 MP3 MP6 MP1

6 IAEA The TCF Targets are set on BoG recommendation, usually recommended by a working group and involve MS negotiation Off years generally include Indicative Planning Figures (IPFs) The Agency’s planning figure includes the target adjusted for anticipated ROA, carryover and other income. From January 2011 onwards the Euro will be the functional currency for the budget of the technical cooperation programme. The Euro is already the functional currency for the Regular Budget.

7 IAEA Resources Member States contributing to TCF Contributions to TCF$72.1m$77.5m Rate of attainment93% Extrabudgetary contributions$12.9m$18.4m

8 IAEA FINANCIAL TRENDS: Rate of Attainment against payments, 2000 – 2009 The 2009 rate of attainment on payments on 31 st December 2009 is 91.1%, but the same rate of attainment as per 4 th January 2010 is 93.9% (due to the late payment of a contribution received on 4th January 2010)

9 IAEA Technical cooperation: delivering results for peace and development


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