USAID Library relaunched with enhanced data. This website provides information on projects supported from its funding. You can search, find and visualise datasets. It is possible to search for materials by region, sustainable development goals and also to retrieve programme evaluations.
Other good sources of aid are:
- AidData.org Research lab based at the College of William & Mary which seeks to make aid flows transparent and accountable. Contains data from 96 donor agencies and multilateral organisations from 1945 to the present. These include the OECD. Free access to a dashboard of data visualisations.
- Aidflows. The result of a partnership between the OECD, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank.
- FTS. Financial Tracking Service. Managed by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). This site continuously tracks global humanitarian aid flows between donors (government and private) and humanitarian actors (UN agencies, the Red Cross Movement and other NGOs).
- International Development Statistics OECD database providing extensive coverage of bilateral, multilateral aid and private providers’ aid and other resource flows to developing countries.
- World Bank’s 2017 Global Findex microdata launched. Released by the World Bank every 3 years since 2011. Useful for examining financial inclusion and exclusion worldwide. Find country report soon how many adults have bank accounts, access to financial institutions and savings. Breakdowns by gender, country region and income group and by formal and informal sources of finance. Download the report or over 200 data indicators from the website.