‌HALO is funded by a range of donors from members of the public to governments and institutional donors. The financial procedures supporting this funding are covered in the finance section.

Donations from members of the public form a crucial part of HALO’s funding, providing a vital level of support in countries where funding is difficult to secure from large governmental donors.

 

In addition to donations from members of the public, funding for HALO programmes comes in the form of generous grants from the Governments of:

  • ‌• Australia
  • ‌ • Austria
  • ‌• Belgium
  • ‌ • Canada
  • ‌• Czech Republic
  • ‌ • Finland
  • ‌• Germany
  • ‌ • Ireland
  • ‌• Japan
  • ‌ • The Nederlands
  • ‌• New Zealand
  • ‌ • Norway
  • ‌• Switzerland
  • ‌ • United Kingdom - Department for International Development
  • ‌• United Kingdon - Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • ‌• United States Agency for International Development
  • ‌ • United States - Department of Agriculture
  • ‌• United States - Department of Defense - Humanitarian Office
  • ‌ • United States - Department of State - Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
  • ‌• United Kingdon - Foreign & Commonwealth Office - Weapons Removal and Abatement Office

From institutional donors:

  • ‌• European Commission Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO)
  • ‌ • European Development Fund (EDF)
  • ‌• International Trust Fund (ITF)
  • ‌ • United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
  • ‌• United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  • ‌• United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS)
  • ‌ • United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

From a number of private foundations and individuals, including:

  • ‌• Actiefonds Mijnen Ruimen (AMR)
  • ‌ • Association for Aid and Relief (AAR) Japan
  • ‌• The Dulverton Trust
  • ‌ • Freedom Fields USA
  • ‌• The Gould Family Foundation
  • ‌ • Grapes for Humanity
  • ‌• Humpty Dumpty Institute
  • ‌ • The John and Cindy McCain Foundation
  • ‌• Jolie-Pitt Foundation
  • ‌ • The Julia Burke Foundation
  • ‌• People to People International
  • ‌ • Pro Victimis Foundation
  • ‌• The Reece Foundation
  • ‌ • Tokyo District of Rotary International
  • ‌• US member clubs of Rotary International
  • ‌ • Caerus Foundation, Inc.

And from corporate supporters:

  • ‌• Google Earth Outreach
  • ‌ • ESRI
  • ‌• Hewlett Packard

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