Conflict and fragility

Annual Report: Resource Flows to Fragile and Conflict-Affected States 2010

 

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2011: Ensuring Fragile Sheets are not left behind (Factsheet)

 

Latest updates: Key figures at a glance

In 2009, official development assistance to fragile states increased in real terms by USD 3.8 billion (+ 11%) to USD 40.5 billion. This represents a third of all aid flows to developing countries in this same year and accounts for 36% of the total increase in ODA between 2008 and 2009.

However, 51% of aid is benefiting just 6 of the 41 countries in 2009, while 15 fragile states witnessed absolute declines between 2008 and 2009. A similar trend can be seen among bilateral donors beyond the DAC, where a reported USD 1.1 billion in aid - 20% of the total - went to fragile states in 2009, but where 60% went to just three fragile states.

 

Current edition

ISBN: 9789264092198
Publication date:
11 Nov 2010

The annual reports on Resource Flows to Fragile and Conflict-Affected States present data on aid and other resource flows to fragile and conflict-affected countries facing the challenges of state building and peace building. A range of issues which require whole-of-government attention are also highlighted

 

Ensuring fragile states are not left behind - 2010 (pdf, 889 kB)

 

This report serves as a tool to better monitor the levels, timing and composition of resource flows to fragile states.

 

Frontmatter (pdf, 853 kB)

Part I:  The impact of the global financial crisis on fragile states and the response (pdf, 908)
Part II: Aid flows to fragile states: disappointing projections in times of need (pdf, 3.1 MB)
Part III: Aid is one part of a complex equation: the need for a whole-of-governement response (pdf, 2.7 MB)
Annex (pdf, 834 kB)

 

Previous editions

Note: All previous reports were published in the year following the title. Due to changes in titling convention, the edition that appeared in 2010 carries the name of that year. It covers data for 2008 as well as certain data and projections for 2009 aid and beyond.

 

2008 Annual Report: Resource Flows to Fragile and Conflict-Affected States 

> Summary: Ensuring Fragile States Are Not Left Behind 2008 (pdf, 981 kB)

 

2007 Annual Report: Resource Flows to Fragile and Conflict-Affected States 

> Summary: Ensuring Fragile States Are Not Left Behind 2007 (pdf, 944 kB)

 

Ensuring Fragile States Are Not Left Behind 2006 (pdf, 312 kB)

 

How to obtain this publication

Please contact dac.contact@oecd.org

 

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