Aid data

Financial tracking service United Nations

UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA). maintains a site containing humanitarian contribution data relating to specific crises.  It measures aid from from donor governments and recipient agencies as well as information on specific pledges carried in the media, on donor websites, or quoted in pledging conferences.


The OECD supports a number of specialist datasets covering development aid. Some are offered to subscribers of the OECD ilibrary

Open access data is increasingly being made available via Aid Data

International Aid transparency Initiative has datasets from international agencies and NGOs working in aid.

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