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Principled aid index


Thursday, November 12, 2020

Do bilateral donors spend foreign aid to advance both their values and their interests?

ODI's Principled Aid Index reveals bilateral donors' motives for aid-giving at a time of growing nationalism and global division, when the costs of disunity could not be higher. 

The Index examines how 29 donor countries spend their foreign aid to pursue their long-term strategic interests in a safer, stable and more prosperous world.

This analysis makes the case for a principled approach to sit at the heart of donors' Covid-19 response and recovery.

Resource type: report

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