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NRGI Donors

The Natural Resource Governance Institute's funding comes through contributions and grants from foundations, governments and international financial institutions. We are extremely grateful for the generous support of our past and present donor partners.

NRGI takes seriously our commitment to transparency and the need to practice what we preach. We are disclosing additional financial information beyond what is traditionally made available in annual financial statements and IRS tax forms. With support from and in consultation with our donor partners and Governing Board, we are publishing information for contributions and grants of $100,000 or more. In total, these account for more than 90% of NRGI’s annual contributions.

Please see the links below for contributions and grants in 2013 and 2014. Kindly note that 2014 data will be finalized at year-end.

In parallel, we are reviewing the International Aid Transparency Initiative requirements with the ambition of taking additional steps toward transparency.

 

 

Our Funders 2013

Total Contribution/Grant
Contributor 2013 Amount (USD, millions) (1)Amount (original currency, millions)Time PeriodPurpose
Open Society Foundations$4.83 $4.83 January 2013 - December 2013General Operating Support
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$4.00 $4.00 March 2013 - March 2015 General Operating Support
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation$3.00 $3.00 April 2013 - April 2016 General Operating Support
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation$1.24 NOK 7.40 January 2013 - December 2013 To support capacity building and training in petroleum sector issues of parliamentarians, media and civil society organizations in OfD priority countries
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade $1.20 AUD 1.30 June 2013 - June 2015 To build capacities of civil society in relation to EITI globally, regionally and in two countries - Mongolia and Myanmar
World Bank (Multi-Donor Trust Fund)$0.89 $1.49 January 2013 - July 2014 To support civil society in EITI implementing countries and prospective countries
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $0.87 $1.72 October 2013 - October 2015 To elaborate a country vision and road map for maximizing the capacity of gas revenues to advance human development outcomes in Ghana and Tanzania
US Agency for International Development (Indonesia)$0.83 $2.99 January 2012 - January 2015 To promote the effective, transparent, and accountable management of oil, gas and mineral resources by sub-national, national and regional authorities in the Southeast Asia region
UK Department for International Development$0.70 £4.81 July 2013 - July 2016 To support more transparent, accountable and effective natural resource management in Libya and Tunisia
Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs$0.68 $0.71 January 2013 - December 2014 To support the development and implementation of the Natural Resource Charter
US Department of State$0.52 $2.00 October 2011 - June 2014 To build capacity and provide training in EITI monitoring and reporting to civil society organizations in Iraq
UK Department for International Development$0.44 £0.48 November 2012 - June 2013 To support greater transparency of revenues from natural resources and sound revenue management politices and strong oversight by a capable civil society, media and parliament in Libya
UK Department for International Development$0.39 £0.60 January 2012 - December 2014 To support the development and implementation of the Natural Resource Charter
Ford Foundation$0.30 $0.30 January 2013 - June 2014 To support training, comparative research and advocacy to build civil society capacity to contribute to improved governance of the extractive sector in Latin America
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation$0.30 $0.30 July 2013 - December 2014 To support the development and implementation of the Natural Resource Charter
Open Society Foundations$0.29 $0.29 January 2013 - December 2014 To support activities related to the transparency of oil revenues and public finance in Azerbaijan
Anonymous$0.20 $0.20 December 2013 - December 2014 To build capacities of parliament, civil society and communities to improve governance of oil, gas and mineral resources for public good in Tanzania and Uganda
Open Society Foundations$0.16 $0.16 January 2013 - March 2014 To support effective civil society engagement in EITI implementation in the U.S.
French Ministry of Foreign Affairs$0.13 € 0.10 April 2013 - April 2015 To support the Francophone Africa Regional Knowledge Hub
Others (<$0.1 million in 2013)$0.34
Total Contribution/Grant Income in 2013 (2)$21.31

(1) From 2013 Audited Financial Statements
(2) Excludes in-kind contributions, consulting and investment income
 

To download a spreadsheet or pdf:

  • 2013 Contributions and Grants: XLS | PDF
  • 2014 Contributions and Grants: XLS | PDF

Financial Documents

Our financial accounts are audited annually by Lutz & Carr, LLP. View our latest financial summaries:

Natural Resource Governance Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2013 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2012 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2011 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2010 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2009 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2008 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2007 (pdf)
Revenue Watch Institute Audited Financial Statements for 2006
(pdf)

Natural Resource Governance Institute IRS Form 990 for 2013 (pdf)
Revenue Watch IRS Form 990 for 2011 (pdf)
Revenue Watch IRS Form 990 for 2010 (pdf)
Revenue Watch IRS Form 990 for 2009 (pdf)

NRGI is an independent 501c(3) U.S. Public Charity incorporated in the District of Columbia. View a copy of our IRS Tax Determination letter (pdf).