Aid hub

International aid forms an important part of a complex set of international development interventions that aim to lift people out of poverty and support countries to become self-sustaining.

This hub brings together the most useful aid resources to support those wanting to stand up for aid, and it gathers the latest news and views about international aid.

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Aid resources

Refugees in Unchiprang camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
This factsheet analyses the 2017 statistics on official development assistance spending.
22 December 2018
Child in Yemen
An independent study compiling the latest statistics and analysis on the size, shape and scope of the humanitarian system and assessing overall performance and progress.
18 December 2018
Crowd at Oxford Circus station in London
Experts debate the relationship between media attitudes and the British public’s declining trust in NGOs.
13 November 2018
Refugee camp in Bangladesh
This report explores the dynamics of decision-making in humanitarian aid, looking at the trends that could move us (or prevent us from moving) to a system where people affected by crises are taking the decisions about the aid that they receive.
8 November 2018
Emmanuel, village chief and entrepreneur in CAR
This report looks at UK aid through the lens of its primary and fundamental purpose – to target and eliminate poverty.
1 May 2017
Group of rural women in Guatemala
CONCORD's annual AidWatch report monitors and makes recommendations on the quality and quantity of aid provided by EU member states.
17 October 2018

Aid news and views from Bond

Refugee woman with her rabbits in Bangladesh
The latest figures from the OECD show that worldwide Official Development Assistance fell slightly in 2017 to a total of $144.7bn.
9 January 2019
UK aid in Burma
A new report measuring aid effectiveness finds that the UK is beginning to fall behind when it comes to aid quality.
20 December 2018
Family in Kenya
We see interesting things from our members and the sector every day, so we’ve picked out some of our favourite events, reports and stories from November. 
30 November 2018