Migrants’ Remittances Totaled More Than Official Aid To Developing Countries In 2015, World Bank Brief Shows

NPR: Who Gives More To The Developing World: Aid Donors Or Migrant Workers?
“Developing countries got $131 billion in official aid in 2015. And they got $431.6 billion in remittances — money sent home by migrants who are working abroad. That’s the astounding number in the World Bank’s new Migration and Development Brief. … NPR’s Ari Shapiro [spoke with] Dilip Ratha, lead author of the brief and head of the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development…” (4/13).

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