How much international funding was provided for mine action in the reporting period and which countries provided funding?
Donors and affected states contributed approximately US $771.5 million in combined international and national support for mine action in 2017, an increase of $203.6 million (36%) compared to 2016. This represents the highest combined total of international and national mine action funding ever reported in Monitor data, going back to 1996.
In 2017, international donors contributed $673.2 million to mine action in 38 states and three other areas, an increase of $190.3 million (39%) compared with 2016. This represents the highest level of international support ever recorded by the Monitor.
The top five mine action donors—the United States (US), Germany, the European Union (EU), Norway, and Japan—contributed 79% of all international funding, with a combined total of $435.4 million.
(Last updated based on Landmine Monitor 2018)