Donor Trends by Donor Types. PBDD Annual Meeting March 2007 . Bilateral Donors. Aid is increasing: Real terms: 106.78 billion USD (2005) 32% increase from 2004 ODA/GNI: 0.33%/GNI (DAC members’ average) Misleading Administration: 4-8% of total ODA Debt Relief: Over 20% of total ODA
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PBDD Annual Meeting
Project and Program Aid Breakdown
Of this, MDG-related ODA: 11.3%
Where is the $ coming from?
To Where? (US data only)
In 2002, 71% of the funding allocated to Western Europe was earmarked for the implementation of international programs orchestrated by Europe-based IOs or research centres (mainly went to Africa in the end)
Allocation by Sector (2005)
Corporate International Giving by Region:
All underestimated because of lack of data
Private giving/philanthropy accounts for only 12% of the revenue raised by the civil society sector (Global Average). The majority of funding comes from fees, followed by government grants.
Source: DEVELOPMENT AID AT A GLANCE STATISTICS BY REGION 2006 Edition DAC-OECD