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Tracking aid and other international development finance in near real time
This interactive data tool uses near real-time data, letting you track commitments and disbursements of aid and other global development finance.
Scenarios for a 1% GNI external public finance target
How can we meet the complex and intersecting aims of the Sustainable Development Goals? DI's Euan Ritchie investigates the feasibility of a combined development and climate-finance target funded by additional investment from high-income countries worth 1% of their GNI.
Trends in ODA through multilateral organisations
Donors are increasingly providing more earmarked than core funding. This factsheet looks at the current trends in ODA disbursed by multilateral organisations.
Aid in 2021: Key facts about official development assistance
Our factsheet highlights key analysis of global aid reported in 2021. It includes the latest DAC data on providers, recipients, sectors and climate targeting.
Climate finance: Accounting and accountability
Inadequate reporting and tracking of climate finance data leads to reduced donor accountability. Ahead of COP27, this briefing examines five major issues.
The Ukraine crisis and diverted aid: What we know so far
DI analyses emerging data on humanitarian and aid funding in 2022, finding that while Ukraine has received unprecedented funding, other crises are behind previous years
FCDO’s aid spending for nutrition: 2020
Building on previous assessments, this report presents detailed information on the United Kingdom (UK) Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)’s aid spending to improve nutrition, including assessing progress against its historic commitments.
ODA 2020–2021: Key trends before and during emerging crises
DI provides a baseline assessment of existing ODA trends that are being influenced by evolving global challenges including Covid-19 and conflict in Ukraine
Delivering the UK's International Development Strategy: Key considerations for UK aid
DI responds to the UK’s new International Development Strategy setting out key trends in current UK aid and shifts needed if the government is to effectively deliver on the priorities of humanitarian crisis, women and girls, and inclusive growth.