the share of revenue from public funds

THE SHARE OF PUBLIC FUNDS RELATIVE TO ALL NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS’ REVENUE (2009-2020)

The share of public funds in total revenue of non-governmental organisations had been decreasing until 2017, when it finally increased slightly in comparison to the previous year for the first time in five years. The share of public funds in 2017 was 35.57%. The growth continued and in 2020 the share of public funds was 46.54%. Thus, the growth exceeded  the share from 2010, when the share of public funds was 40,01%. The largest contribution to the increase in the share of public funds in 2020 was due to an increase in funding from the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, namely payments to personal assistance providers.

 

THE SHARE OF GDP ALLOCATED BY THE STATE TO NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS (2009-2020)

The second indicator that is based on the share of GDP allocated by the state to NGOs, is also far from encouraging. In 2020, Slovenia allocated only 0.89% of its GDP to non-governmental organisations, whereas the global average for this share is 1.38%, and the EU countries allocate to their non-governmental organisations an average of 2.20% GDP.