Development finance data

See our latest data in a range of easy to view formats from high level overviews to country and sector specific data. You can also download a wide range of data and link through to our databases and aid statistics websites of DAC members.

All about numbers - who spends what, and where

The global picture of official development assistance (ODA)

2019 and 2020 DAC flows at a glance

Discover the ODA flows, the breakdown of bilateral ODA by income group and by region, the top ten recipients of bilateral ODA, and bilateral ODA by sector (May 2022).

ODA 2021 preliminary figures

  • ODA on a grant equivalent measure by members of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) as percent of gross national income (GNI). Preliminary data for 2021.
  • ODA on a grant equivalent measure by members of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC). Preliminary data for 2021.


ODA trends 1960-2021

  • ODA on flows and grant equivalent measures by members of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) as percent of gross national income (GNI). Preliminary data for 2021.
  • ODA on flows and grant equivalent measures by members of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC). Preliminary data for 2021.

Country, provider and sectoral data


Development Co-operation Profiles 2022 are now available

  • How much aid did your country give in 2020?
  • Where and how was it spent?
  • Are DAC members meeting their commitments to target the furthest behind?

Find the answers and more in the latest Development Co-operation Profiles. 

Released 1 July 2022

Aid statistics by donor, recipient and sector
Note: These charts have been discontinued and will be replaced by new ones in 2022.

Data visualisations

The financing for sustainable development "Data Visualisation Lab" presents numerous dynamic graphics that allow you to discover and explore our data by categories/ groupings or keywords.

Aid at a glance summary charts of aid (ODA) by donor, recipient and region

Key figures on ODA flows showing latest trends, top recipients or providers and sector allocations.

Visit ‌‌‌ 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.

Geographic Distribution of Financial Flows to Developing Countries 2022
Disbursements, Commitments, Country Indicators

This publication provides comprehensive data on the volume, origin and types of aid and other resource flows to around 150 developing countries. The data show each country's receipts of official development assistance as well as other official and private funds from members of the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD, multilateral agencies and other key providers. Key development indicators are given for reference.

Released in May 2022

Data tables

A comprehensive set of ready-made tables on resource flows to developing countries have been prepared in Excel (25 May 2022)

The following reference DAC Statistical Tables (xls, updated on 12 April 2022) are a supplement to the Statistics on Resource Flows to Developing Countries:

International Development Statistics online databases (IDS online)

The International Development Statistics databases (Preliminary 2021 figures were published on 13/4/2022 and are available in Table DAC1. All online databases were updated on 8/4/2022 with final 2020 figures.) cover bilateral and multilateral aid (ODA), private providers’ aid and other resource flows to developing countries.  Data are presented under three sub-themes:

  • Flows by provider”:  volume, origin and types of aid and other resource flows;
  • Flows by provider and recipient”: historical and forward-looking data on volume, origin and destination of resource flows;
  • Flows based on individual projects (CRS)”: detailed information on individual aid activities, such as sectors, countries, project descriptions etc. used to derive aggregate data.

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.

is the OECD's data warehouse. Access is recommended for users familiar with the content of individual DAC and CRS dataset.

  • Visit IDS online for more information about these databases, other thematic datasets, popular queries and bulk downloads.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

This FAQ is a genuine set of frequently asked questions compiled from those sent to us.

We've arranged them into the four following groups by theme:  

  • Introductory questions
  • Donors and flows
  • Statistical terms and reporting issues
  • More about our data and online databases

Please look to see if your question is answered, if not, feel free to write to us at


The Glossary of key statistical terms and concepts used in DAC statistics cover the following:

  • Aid activity
  • Amortisation
  • Associated financing
  • Bilateral
  • Claim
  • Commitment
  • Concessionality level
  • Constant dollars
  • Country programmable aid (CPA) 
  • Creditor reporting system (CRS)
  • Credits
  • Development assistance committee (DAC)
  • DAC List of ODA recipients
  • Debt reorganisation
  • Deflators
  • Disbursement
  • Evaluation
  • Export credits
  • Grace period
  • Grant
  • Grant element
  • Grant like flow
  • Imputed multilateral flows
  • Loans (also credits)
  • Long term
  • Maturity
  • Multilateral agencies
  • Multilateral outflows
  • Net flow
  • Net transfer
  • Official development assistance (ODA)
  • Official development finance (ODF) 
  • Offshore banking centres
  • Other official flows (OOF)
  • Partially untied aid
  • Private flows
  • Purpose of aid
  • Purpose code
  • Sector allocable aid
  • Sector classification
  • Short term
  • Technical co-operation
  • Terms of repayment
  • Tied aid
  • Total receipts
  • Undisbursed
  • Untied aid
  • Volume (real terms)