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Reversing the trends that leave LDCs behind: How ODA can be targeted to the needs of people living in greatest poverty post-pandemic
This report looks at how trends leaving least developed countries behind can be reversed, and examines how official development assistance can be targeted to meet the needs of the poorest people.
Analysis of aid flows to Uganda before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Uganda before and during Covid-19.
Analysis of aid flows to Kenya before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Kenya before and during Covid-19.
ODA in 2020: What does OECD DAC preliminary data tell us?
Analysis of the OECD DAC’s preliminary 2020 ODA (aid) data. Read about trends in aid, including which donors increased or cut contributions, aid to LDCs, and changes in grants versus loans.
The impact of Covid-19 on aid: Financing an equitable recovery
This 2021 ECOSOC Forum on Financing for Development side-event shed light on the financing challenges that have been exacerbated by the pandemic and explored what needs to change in financing to promote an equitable response and recovery.
Cuts to the UK 2020 aid budget: What IATI data tells us
This briefing compares data published by the UK's FCDO and DFID in 2019 and 2020, showing where aid budget cuts fell among recipients, countries and sectors
Aid data 2019–2020: Analysis of trends before and during Covid
What key shifts in donors, sectors, targeting and loans during the Covid pandemic are highlighted by new DAC data on 2019 ODA and 2020 aid figures from IATI?
Aid to LDCs, LLDCs and SIDS during the Covid-19 pandemic
Find out what near real-time data shows about trends for aid to the least developed countries (LDCs), landlocked developing countries (LLDCs) and small island developing states (SIDSs) during the Covid-19 pandemic.
How is aid changing in the Covid-19 pandemic?
This briefing sets out near real-time data on aid for the first half of 2020. It shows how commitments are changing in the Covid-19 pandemic and where these are most likely to affect the poorest people and places.