Total Giving, 2014

$3,518,283,403 1,841 Commitments / Contributions

Top Donors

  1. Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of) $816.5 M
  2. United Arab Emirates $361.7 M
  3. Carry-over (donors not specified) $333.8 M
  4. Kuwait $331.1 M
  5. Various Donors (details not yet provided) $252.2 M
  6. Allocation of unearmarked funds by WFP $179.8 M
  7. NGO Consortium $176.7 M
  8. World Bank $157.4 M
  9. Qatar $153.7 M
  10. Qatar Charity $55.2 M
  11. China $54.3 M
  12. African Development Bank $46.4 M
  13. Disasters Emergency Committee (UK) $41.0 M
  14. Russian Federation $37.0 M
  15. Allocation of unearmarked funds by OCHA $34.0 M
  16. US Fund for UNICEF $32.0 M
  17. Oman $26.0 M
  18. Pakistan $23.7 M
  19. Sheikh Thani bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services $21.2 M
  20. UNICEF National Committee/Germany $20.2 M

Top Recipients

  1. World Food Programme $1.0 B
  2. Various Recipients (details not yet provided) $571.0 M
  3. United Nations Children's Fund $416.2 M
  4. Bilateral (affected government) $239.7 M
  5. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $239.5 M
  6. World Health Organization $162.7 M
  7. United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East $88.1 M
  8. Emergency Response Fund (OCHA) $84.3 M
  9. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs $79.9 M
  10. International Organization for Migration $66.7 M
  11. Red Crescent Society of the United Arab Emirates $58.7 M
  12. Palestine Red Crescent Society $53.3 M
  13. Qatar Red Crescent Society $50.9 M
  14. Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations $45.3 M
  15. Ebola Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund $35.3 M
  16. International Committee of the Red Cross $21.3 M
  17. United Nations Development Programme $18.2 M
  18. OXFAM GB $17.6 M
  19. United Nations Office for Project Services $17.1 M
  20. United Nations Population Fund $16.9 M

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Commitments / Contributions

China contributed $639,182 in bilateral aid for Ebola prevention and relief supplies to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea-Bissau.