Development Initiatives’ (DI) Euan Ritchie explains how donors counted vaccines as Official Development Assistance in 2021, and why the current OECD DAC rules on counting vaccines should change to stop inflating aid. Originally published on the DI website.
Despite repeated pledges and declarations around the EU going in the right direction, the reality is that 23 out of 27 Member States are still not reaching their ODA commitments. What needs to change?
An update on the Brexit situation and what we want to see from the negotiations to ensure the best deal for the world’s poorest people.
DFID will provide financial assurance for UK INGOs receiving EU funds if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
A new research study looks at how UK government funding of CSOs compares to trends in five other European countries.
The Reality of Aid Report 2018 analyses the recent changes in international aid in the context of Agenda 2030, as well as the persistence of poverty and growing inequalities within and between countries.
Summarising the current Brexit situation facing the UK development sector, what might happen now and Bond’s priorities for the year.
The latest figures from the OECD show that worldwide Official Development Assistance fell slightly in 2017 to a total of $144.7bn.
This factsheet analyses the 2017 statistics on official development assistance spending.