The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have received a donation of $70,000 (£50,000/€57,000) from the Government of Denmark.
The funds will go towards WADA's World Anti-Doping Code Compliance Monitoring Programme activities, and is on top of Denmark's annual contribution of $104,035 (£74,500/€84,500).
WADA President Sir Craig Reedie expressed his gratitude to the Danish Government following their donation.
"WADA is grateful to the Government of Denmark for supporting the anti-doping fight in this way," he said.
"This generous contribution, which reflects Denmark's partnership and ongoing commitment to the protection of clean athletes worldwide, will be put to good use towards the agency's enhanced Compliance Monitoring Programme activities.
"The programme, which represents the most thorough review of anti-doping rules and programmes that has ever taken place, aims to reinforce athlete and public confidence in the standard of anti-doping organisations' work worldwide."
Denmark's Minister for Culture Mette Bock added: "Denmark has high ambitions in the global fight against doping.
"It is therefore with great pleasure that I can confirm an extraordinary contribution of $70,000 to WADA's expanded work in compliance.
"This area is key to ensuring a strong and harmonious anti-doping system across all sports and all countries and thereby ensuring a level playing field for athletes globally.
"Denmark particularly welcomes the new International Standard for Code Compliance by Signatories, which will hold signatories to similar high standards as athletes are under the Code.
"I would like to thank WADA for its efforts in the battle against doping in sport and reaffirm our commitment to working collaboratively with the agency to secure athletes' confidence and trust in the anti-doping programme."
WADA’s Code Compliance Monitoring Programme, which was expanded last year following its foundation in 2016, includes a self-assessment code compliance questionnaire, in-person audits conducted by both WADA and external anti-doping experts as well as intelligence collecting.