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

Bahrain contributed $1.6 million in bilateral aid to the Philippines to help Typhoon Haiyan survivors, toward construction of 500 housing units and two vocational complexes for youth and sports (to be implemented by the Philippines Red Cross and the Bahrain Red Crescent).