DAC Work on Multilateral Aid. Emily Bosch DAC Network on Development Evaluation 10 February 2010. Multilateral Aid and the DAC. 1. Aid Predictability : Forward Spending Survey 2. Division of Labour: Global Fragmentation & Concentration 3. Annual Multilateral Aid Report.
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Emily BoschDAC Network on Development Evaluation
10 February 2010
1. Aid Predictability: Forward Spending Survey
2. Division of Labour: Global Fragmentation & Concentration
3. Annual Multilateral Aid Report
Bilateral and Multilateral donors
Donor fragmentation across countries is increasing
Allocation rules do not internalise aid from other donors
ODA Gross disbursements (core contributions) and reflows 1999-2008, cumulative (excluding debt relief)
Constant 2007 USD billion
Source: DAC aggregated statistics
Total multilateral inflows = 276 bn
Total flows to ODA recipients (bilateral aid + multialteral outflows) = 957 bn
inflows = 61 bn;
inflows to agencies
reporting to the
DAC = 36 bn
( 87 bn)
( 9 bn)
* Reflows to IFAD.
* Outflows based on proportion of UN agencies that report to the DAC
( ) Reflows (not including interest payments)
To what extent does the perceived or real effectiveness of multilateral agencies affect the allocation of multilateral aid?