NGO resources for development
Private development assistance (PDA) is an international resource given voluntarily from private sources, and transferred across borders for international development and poverty reduction. PDA comes from non-governmental, foundations, and corporate giving. It is equivalent to approximately a third of official development assistance (ODA) and a tenth of foreign direct investment (FDI) to developing countries.
DFID's aid spending for nutrition: 2010–2012
This report looks at the Department for International Development's (DFID's) aid spending on nutrition between 2010 to 2012.
Kenya: case study on Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
On behalf of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), DI undertakes a series of studies on the implementation of the GPEDC.
Humanitarian assistance from non-state donors: what is it worth?
Global aid trends – ODA: what you need to know
Using data to get better results on poverty eradication: what you need to know
Using data to get better results on poverty eradication: what you need to know. This page is a summary of Investments to End Poverty Chapter 5.
Using all resources available to end poverty: what you need to know
Using all resources available to end poverty: what you need to know. This page summarises Investments to End Poverty Chapter 2.
Investments to End Poverty
By Development Initiatives: analysis, evidence and data on all resources available to get to zero poverty by 2030. Report, data visualisations and more.
Official Development Assistance (ODA)
ODA totalled US$128 billion in 2012 - a substantial increase since 2000 Although ODA provided by DAC donors has fallen from a peak of US$137 billion in 201