ngos’ expenditure

 

The data on associations' expenditure also comprise data on association branches and youth councils, and data on institutes comprise data on religious communities having the humanitarian organisation status. The data excludes the associations, institutes and foundations that have been established by the Republic of Slovenia, municipalities or other public sector entities. The table below depicts the type, amount and share of items non-governmental organisation expenditure.

 

TOTAL EXPENDITURE BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS IN 2017 IN EUR

  cost of materials cost of services cost of labour financial expenses other expenses total
associations 78.694.378
(13,64 %)
338.790.192
(58,73 %)
77.051.801
(13,36 %)
2.375.037
(0,41 %)
79.984.244
(13,86 %)
576.895.653
institutes 24.513.418
(9,47 %)
110.346.118
(42,64 %)
103.943.525
(40,17 %)
1.138.160
(0,44 %)
18.847.147
(7,28 %)
258.788.368
foundations 816.759
(11,16 %)
2.315.042
(31,63 %)
1.459.627
(19,94 %)
22.426
(0,31 %)
2.704.535
(36,96 %)
7.318.388
total 104.024.555
(12,34 %)
451.451.351
(53,55 %)
182.454.954
(21,64 %)
3.535.623
(0,42 %)
101.535.927
(12,04 %)
843.002.409

In 2017, non-governmental organisations allocated more than a half (53,55 %) of their expenditure for the payment of services, and about a fifth (21,64 %) for labour costs, the latter comprising costs of employees as well as costs of other types of work (e.g. contract work). Having the highest share of employed workers, institutes also had the highest labour costs. The share of financial expenditure (such as interest on the loan received) was only a half of one per cent (0,42 %) of all expenditure.

 
 

FIGURE: EXPENDITURE STRUCTURE IN NGOs (2017)

Source: AJPES