In a major review of Ireland's development co-operation programme, the OECD's Development Assistance Committee (DAC) noted that Ireland's official development assistance (ODA) rose dramatically over the past decade.
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Short analysis of trends in aid for water extended by members of the DAC and multilateral institutions, prepared by the DAC Secretariat for the 3rd World Water Forum in Kyoto.
This OECD Development Assistance Committee High Level meeting takes place at a time of increasing donations and heightened economic and political concerns. Development Ministers and heads of aid agencies responsible for 95% of aid will discuss th...
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Short analysis of biodiversity, climate change and desertification related aid extended by the members of the DAC. Contribution by the DAC Secretariat for the World Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.
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Final figures show that Net Official Development Assistance (ODA) to developing countries by DAC Members in 2000 was USD 53.7 billion. In real terms the flow was little changed from 1999: down 0.4%. There would have been a slight rise if some cou...
Net aid to developing countries (official development assistance, or ODA) from DAC Members in 2000 was USD 53.7 billion, slightly higher than the preliminary figure of USD 53.1 billion. In real terms the flow was little changed from 1999: down 0...
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Short analysis of trends in aid to agriculture extended by members of the DAC and multilateral institutions. How much aid has been extended to date? Who are the main donors? Is aid targeted to where it is most needed?
In current prices and exchange rates total net ODA flows declined from $56.4 billion in 1999 to $53.1 billion in 2000 (see Table 1 and Chart 1) -- a fall of 6.0 per cent. But most of this drop was due to lower exchange rates for most currencies a...
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Overview of aid flows to the health (including reproductive health) sector by members of the DAC and multilateral institutions. Prepared by the DAC Secretariat for the 3rd meeting of the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health (WHO).