Total Funding, 2013

$13,606,743,753 10,796 Disbursements

Top Donor Countries

  1. United States $5.0 B
  2. EU Institutions $2.0 B
  3. United Kingdom $1.4 B
  4. Japan $1.0 B
  5. Germany $691.5 M
  6. Canada $637.9 M
  7. Norway $480.6 M
  8. Sweden $470.5 M
  9. Switzerland $381.1 M
  10. Australia $309.6 M
  11. Denmark $243.3 M
  12. Netherlands $179.8 M
  13. Belgium $144.7 M
  14. Finland $120.4 M
  15. Ireland $105.6 M
  16. Italy $75.6 M
  17. France $62.8 M
  18. Spain $56.9 M
  19. Luxembourg $49.5 M
  20. Korea $33.7 M

Top Recipients

  1. Bilateral, unspecified $2.1 B
  2. Syrian Arab Republic $1.6 B
  3. Sudan $652.6 M
  4. South Sudan $616.2 M
  5. Afghanistan $511.2 M
  6. West Bank and Gaza Strip $466.8 M
  7. Somalia $437.3 M
  8. Ethiopia $427.0 M
  9. Democratic Republic of the Congo $421.9 M
  10. Middle East, regional $394.4 M
  11. Pakistan $383.6 M
  12. South of Sahara, regional $370.4 M
  13. Philippines $351.5 M
  14. Yemen $312.6 M
  15. Jordan $310.8 M
  16. Kenya $296.5 M
  17. Mali $226.7 M
  18. Myanmar $225.9 M
  19. Lebanon $216.1 M
  20. Haiti $204.0 M

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Disbursements

Norway made a $35,726 disbursement for disaster prevention to Taijikistan for infrastructure safety improvements at Bibi Fatima Hot Springs, including structural stabilization, rehabilitation of buildings, and construction of reinforced concrete roofs. Locals make intensive use of the area and are exposed to risks related to structural collapse and unstable rocks hanging above the main buildings.