Development

Multilateral aid

 

The United Nations, the World Bank and other 200 multilateral agencies and global funds receive about one third of total ODA. When including earmarked funding provided to multilaterals, this goes up to two fifths. The scale at which the multilateral system is used reflects donors’ views of it as an important channel of development co-operation.

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New: Key definitions on the use of the multilateral aid system explained in three minutes.

This video provides answers to the following questions:

  • What is multilateral ODA?
  • What is meant by “use of the multilateral system”?
  • What are imputed multilateral flows?

Statistical resources and analysis (forthcoming)

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Click on the image to access interactive charts containing last data on the use of the multilateral aid system by DAC donors (core, non-core and imputed-multilateral).

Online database 

Tables and charts (forthcoming)

        
See the OECD online database figures on multilateral aid here

 

Publications

Forthcoming: Multilateral Aid 2015 Report: Better Partnerships for a Post-2015 World (July 2015)

Financing the Sustainable Development Goals: Summary of the DAC Development Debate - 3 June 2015

Highlights from Multilateral Aid 2015 Report: Better Partnerships for a Post-2015 World

Making earmarked funding more effective: Current practices and a way forward

Multilateral Aid Report 2013

2011 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid

2010 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid

2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid

Summary: Multi-stakeholder Approaches for Enhancing Multilateral Organisantions' Contribution to Development Results

Concept Note: Multi-stakeholder Approaches for Enhancing Multilateral Organisations' Contribution to Development Results

What Do We Know About Multilateral Aid?: The 54 billion dollar question

 

Events

 

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