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Report
12 July 2013

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2013

This tenth edition of the report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive picture of global humanitarian financing, and describes some of the key trends and developments of the last decade.

Report
21 November 2012

South Sudan: resources for poverty eradication

The Republic of South Sudan became independent on 9 July 2011 and independence was preceded, in 2005 with the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
Report
18 October 2012

Official development assistance: an essential guide

How much aid is there? Who provides it? Who implements it? Where does it go and what is spent on?

Report
21 September 2012

Kenya: resources for poverty eradication

This paper provides an analysis of the Kenyan Government's public expenditure in and donor contributions to, the education, health and agriculture sectors.

Report
19 July 2012

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2012

"The global response to humanitarian crises is the collective output of a complex ecosystem of communities, organisations and national and international governments, each facing a range of choices about how, where, when and how much they contribute to meet humanitarian need."

Report
12 April 2012

Private funding: An emerging trend in humanitarian donorship

This report analyses the emerging role of private voluntary contributions in humanitarian donorship. It shows that private support to international develop
Report
1 March 2012

Disaster risk reduction: spending where it should count

This report examines the levels of donor investment in disaster risk reduction in the top 40 humanitarian recipients over the last 10 years.

Briefing
28 July 2011

Arab donors and humanitarian aid

In this briefing we analyse humanitarian aid from Arab donors and put these contributions in the context of other donor governments.
Report
20 July 2011

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2011

β€œThe latter part of the last decade has been underscored by deepening vulnerability in many developing countries associated with the global financial and food crises. Meanwhile, conflict and climate change-related hazards have remained a major threat to the lives and livelihoods of many.”