Syrian Arab Republic
West Bank and Gaza Strip
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Middle East, regional
South of Sahara, regional
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Breakdown by Disaster Type
Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy
EU Institutions made a $79,660 disbursement to Namibia, channeled through the International Organisation for Migration, to enhance national capacity and preparedness in Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM), by way of capacity building and technical support, in order to ensure that needs of displaced populations are effectively identified, referred, and addressed in the event of natural disasters.
About the Data: OECD — DAC Donors
Members of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) report their official development assistance, including humanitarian aid, to the Creditor Reporting System. The publicly-available database includes DAC members’ bilateral overseas development assistance, specifically activities undertaken directly between a donor and recipient (or executed by a national or international non-governmental organization active in development on behalf of the donor) and promotion of development awareness and other development-related spending in the donor country (e.g., debt reorganization, administrative costs).
DAC donors’ contributions to the regular budgets of multilateral institutions are excluded when counting bilateral aid. While non-DAC government donors and multilateral organizations also report their development and humanitarian aid contributions to the OECD DAC, for these donors we used data from UN OCHA’s Financial Tracking Service. Data for this project were collected based on project descriptions and CRS codes for humanitarian aid.
Funding by region reflects disbursements that were directed to specific countries. An additional $2.2 billion went to unspecified developing countries.