ONE Blog Post Examines Global Development Assistance Levels, Where Aid Goes

ONE Blog: Global aid at all-time high, but who is benefitting?
Pulling statistics from the Organisation for Economic Development — Development Assistance Committee (OECD-DAC) and ONE’s 2017 DATA Report, Sara Harcourt, director of research and publications at ONE, and Kate Vang, data scientist at ONE, analyze trends on “how much aid is going where.” The authors examine overall aid levels, aid counted as in-donor refugee costs, and aid to least developed countries (1/10).

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