TJN-A’s funding portfolio has grown over the years both in size and number of partners. Today it consists of a total of 12 funding partners contributing to a total revenue of US$1.4 million in 2015. It is expected that while the number of funding partners will grow slightly, the budgets under the new strategic plan 2016- 2020 are projected to grow more significantly.
TJN-A’s traditional donors have been Europe- based international NGOs and has drawn funding from government agencies and foundations.
|Foundations||William and Flora Hewlett Foundation||Omidyar Network||Trust Africa||International Non- Governmental Organisations||Financial Transparency Coalitions||Oxfam Novib||Christian Aid Kenya||IBIS||Diakonia||Tax Justice Network||Save the Children||Governments||Embassy of Finland- Nairobi||Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Denmark)|