United Nations financing and programming

The financial situation of the Organization at the end of 2013 was generally sound, with the overall cash position providing a solid financial base due to a notable increase in the number of Member States meeting their obligations in full. The cash position was positive across all categories except the regular budget, where it was again necessary to draw on reserves. The total outstanding amount of $2.2 billion at the end of the year reflected a considerable decrease from the $3.4 billion reported as outstanding at 1 October. By the end of 2013, a total of 146 Member States had paid their regular budget assessments in full and there was a significant reduction in the level of outstanding assessments to $461 million.

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