Multi-year humanitarian funding: Global baselines and trends
A comprehensive breakdown of multi-year humanitarian funding, looking at long-term trends in donors, recipients and earmarking. Are Grand Bargain recommendations being met?Read Online Downloads
A comprehensive breakdown of multi-year humanitarian funding, looking at long-term trends in donors, recipients and earmarking. Are Grand Bargain recommendations being met?Read the executive summary Download data for the executive summary XLSX 124.6kB
Introducing new research from Development Initiatives: establishing baselines and filling evidence gaps on predictable and flexible multi-year humanitarian funding.Read chapter one Download data for chapter one XLSX 124.6kB
Read about recent trends and changes in the volume of multi-year humanitarian funding from donors.Read chapter two Download data for chapter two XLSX 124.6kB
Duration of funding from donors
Read about the duration of multi-year humanitarian funding allocations from donors.Read chapter three Download data for chapter three XLSX 124.6kB
Earmarking of funding from donors
Read about the extent of earmarking of multi-year humanitarian funding as reported by donors.Read chapter four Download data for chapter four XLSX 124.6kB
Country recipients of funding from donors
Read a breakdown of the countries receiving the most multi-year humanitarian funding from donors.Read chapter five Download data for chapter five XLSX 124.6kB
Recipient organisations of funding
Learn about the volumes and trends of multi-year humanitarian funding received by NGOs, Red Cross, UN agencies, other multilaterals and the private sector.Read chapter six Download data for chapter six XLSX 124.6kB
First-level recipients’ reported multi-year humanitarian income
Read about the recent trends in multi-year humanitarian funding reported by first-level recipients and the proportion that remains short term.Read chapter seven Download data for chapter seven XLSX 124.6kB
Financial tracking and reporting: Data gaps and challenges
Find out about the existing evidence gaps in, and challenges to, improving the reporting and tracking of multi-year humanitarian funding.Read chapter eight Download data for chapter eight XLSX 124.6kB
Conclusions and recommendations
Read the key recommendations from Development Initiatives' analysis and interviews. How can actors improve the funding, reporting and delivery of multi-year humanitarian funding to better meet Grand Bargain commitments?Read chapter nine Download data for chapter nine XLSX 124.6kB
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AcknowledgementsRead appendix two
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