In 2017, Trócaire and Irish Aid entered into a new five-year partnership for long term development under its programme funding mechanism (2017-2021), and a two-year partnership for emergency response in situations of protracted, predictable and recurring crises under the Humanitarian Programme Plan (2017-18).
In 2017, Trócaire received €16,008,827 from Irish Aid for its development work. It also received €4,179,585 to meet acute humanitarian needs, €3,579,585 through the Humanitarian Programme Plan (HPP) and €600,000 through Irish Aid’s Emergency Response Fund (ERF).
This funding is being used by Trócaire to deliver programmes and projects in the areas of:
A breakdown of these funding streams and countries of implementation can be found by viewing our interactive map above or the table below.
From 2012-2016, Trócaire received €77,023,952 in long-term development funding from Irish Aid to implement programmes in: DRC, Honduras, India, Ireland (Development Education), Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Occupied Palestinian Territories - Israel, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.