How much money is spent on humanitarian aid?
Which countries donate the most and which receive the most?
What has been the impact of the financial crisis on humanitarian aid?
How much money is spent in countries affected by conflict?
How much do receiving nations themselves spend on humanitarian aid?
Why is it so difficult to count?
This year’s GHA report attempts to answer these and other questions in its presentation of the very very latest data on financial flows to humanitarian crises
Chapters on conflict and the military, domestic response, the scale of needs, donor and recipient governments, pooled humanitarian funding and delivery agencies reveal the complexity of humanitarian response – multiple international and national actors working in highly varied contexts where the lines between humanitarian and other interventions is continually blurred.
We release the report on 14 July.