All about numbers – who spends what, where? This page aims to help you find the data you are looking for based on the level of detail and topic you are interested in.
Country and sectoral data
Aid statistics by donor, recipient and sector
Explore down to the project level how much aid (ODA) and in which sectors has been provided or received
a tool which provides a visual presentation of key data on aid flows by donor and recipient over the last ten years. The data are presented in a user-friendly way through a series of charts and tables by donor and recipient. The OECD DAC has partnered with the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the African Development Bank to make global aggregate data on aid funding easy to access. Aidflows.org
See also simple summary charts of aid (ODA) by donor, recipient and region
Country Programmable Aid (CPA) interactive charts by donor by recipient and region
Accessing the International Development Statistics online databases (IDS online)
The International Development Statistics databases
(updated in Dec. 2013) cover bilateral and multilateral donors’ aid and other resource flows to developing countries in two separate databases:
DAC annual aggregates database provides comprehensive data on the volume, origin and types of aid and other resource flows; the
Creditor Reporting System (CRS) provides detailed information on individual aid activities, such as sectors, countries, project descriptions etc.
Find more information about these databases, other thematic datasets, popular queries and bulk downloads on our IDS online page.
Visit IDS online
There are two ways to access DAC and CRS data.
QWIDS (Query Wizard for International Development Statistics)
is the easiest way to search our databases as it automatically selects the most appropriate dataset to match your search.
Go to QWIDS
is the OECD's data warehouse. Access is recommended for users familiar with the content of individual DAC and CRS datasets.
Go to OECD.Stat
See also all DAC data submitters with links to data portals and other aid statistics resources.
View the list
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