(1) Donors can make an earmarked or a non-earmarked contribution. 

(2) An earmarked contribution is a contribution for a chosen country, activity, minefield, implementing agency or any one of the above. 

(3) A non-earmarked contribution or a contribution earmarked for general purposes is a contribution where a donation is made to the ITF without specifying a particular project or country. In accordance with ITF policy such funds are used to finance the highest ranked projects on the established priority list. 

(4) In both instances the donor receives a final (end of the year) report as well as all periodical and special ITF publications. The donor is also guaranteed visibility through ITF’s publications, web page, on-site markings and ITF presentations. 

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