Development finance data

Detailed final 2015 aid figures released by OECD/DAC

 

The detailed final aid figures for 2015 are available since end December 2016.

The new data are available through the following:

 

The new data add significant detail to preliminary Official Development Assistance (ODA) statistics that were released in April 2016 and provide further details on resource flows to developing countries in 2015.

 

This data release includes detailed spending in 2015 on:

  • Aid (ODA) and other resource flows (other official and private flows) by donor and recipient countries;
  • Aid (ODA) by region and sector (such as education and health);
  • Information at a project level; and,
  • Additional information such as policy markers, interest rates, tying status etc.   

The richness, comprehensiveness and scope of coverage make the OECD’s Aid Statistics data unique. They cover ODA and other aid and development-related official and private flows from the 30 Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members, multilateral agencies, regional development banks, a large number of non-DAC providers of development cooperation and flows from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The OECD estimates that it captures 95% of global ODA spending.

 

By collecting and publishing these data, the OECD-DAC aims to promote transparency, and help improve the design and effectiveness of global aid programmes.