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Our Funding

The ENN is funded through direct and indirect international government funding and by contributions from UN agencies, non-governmental organisations and individuals. 
Why fund the ENN? 

The ENN is directly funded by:

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ENN has received recent or enjoys ongoing funding or pro bono support from the following agencies:

Our funders

We greatly appreciate – and need – the support of a range of external donors to enable our work. There are many reasons why you should consider funding the ENN and lots of ways you can do so.

 

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Chloe Angood (2014). Our Funding. www.ennonline.net/ourfunding