DARA is extremely grateful to all individual donors, foundations and institutions who continue to fund our work.

Without our supporters, institutional and individual, we could not fulfill our mission. Thanks to their generous support DARA can continue working to improve aid for the most vulnerable by producing quality analysis and guidance to improve humanitarian interventions all over the world and raise awareness of new challenges relating to the human impact of climate change.

We gratefully acknowledge support from:

Institutional Donors

AVINA STIFTUNG was established in 1994 by Stephan Schmidheiny as a private philanthropic foundation with an entrepreneurial spirit. AVINA STIFTUNG promotes innovative projects in the areas of Social Issues, Education, Arts & Culture and Environment.

The Dutch Postcode Lottery has been raising funds to support organisations working for a fairer, greener world since 1989. Fifty percent of its income goes to charity. The lottery has grown to become the Netherlands’ biggest charity lottery and supports 81 nongovernmental organizations.


Programme Partners & Donors

The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo) is a public entity under the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Spanish Secretary of State for International Cooperation.


The Climate and Development Knowledge Network supports decision-makers in designing and delivering climate compatible development by combining research, advisory services and knowledge management in support of locally owned and managed policy processes.


Fundación Biodiversidad is a public foundation of the Government of Spain, under the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs, working to preserve the nature and biodiversity, leading to the creation of employment, wealth and welfare for all of society, with special attention to rural areas.

UNDP is the United Nations’ global development network in 177 countries, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life.


The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office is responsible for promoting British interests overseas and supporting its citizens and businesses around the globe.


AusAid, the Australian Government’s overseas aid program, is improving the lives of millions of people in developing countries. Australia is working with the governments and people of developing countries to deliver aid where it is most needed and most effective.