See here for B'Tselem funding chart.

Foreign donations based on reports to Israeli Registrar of Non-Profits (amounts in NIS)

Donor First Half of 2015 2014 2013
European Union 1,072,038 418,896 383,966
Human Rights and International Law Secretariat (joint funding from Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark and the Netherlands)* 370,543 447,517 583,149
DanChurch Aid 182,500 512,544 732,227
Catholic Relief Services (US) 152,907 554,446 463,715
ZIVIK (Germany) 352,392 170,104  
Front Line Bol 19,293    
Switzerland 40,000    
Norway    824,550 946,477
Christian Aid Ireland   187,564 188,920
Diakonia (Sweden)   124,426 271,631
Bread for the World (Germany)**   512,742 286,637
EED (Germany)   111,957 523,788
France   71,429 47,619
UK     326,160
UNICEF   300,958  
UNDP     717,358
World Vision     70,351

 

*Until 2014, NDC managed the pooled finances of Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands through its Human Rights/Good Governance program; In 2014, NDC was replaced by NIRAS and Birzeit University, which are managing the government funding under the Human Rights and International Law Secretariat.

** On August 30, 2012, Brot für die Welt merged with the Church Development Service (Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst-EED) and formed “Brot für die Welt – Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst” (Bread for the World – Evangelical Church Development Service), as part of the new Evangelical Agency for Diakonia and Development (Evangelisches Werk für Diakonie und Entwicklung).

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