"Much of this money [donations from wealthy donor states) goes through the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). Donors contributed approximately $273.2 million USD to the agency’s drug programme for the two-year period 2010–20112, of which $61 million went to counter illicit trafficking, very often in environments with serious human rights risks3. These funds are accompanied by millions more in bilateral aid to governments responsible for serious human rights violations.
"These funds are intended to reduce crime and human suffering by reducing the supply of and demand for illicit drugs. In reality, in the name of drug control, donors are supporting practices in other countries that they themselves regard as morally reprehensible and illegal."


Gallahue, Patrick; Saucier, Roxanne and Barrett, Damon , "Partners in Crime: International Funding for Drug Control and Gross Violations of Human Rights," Harm Reduction International (London, United Kingdom: International Harm Reduction Association, June 2012), p. i.