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Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Aid - visualizing tools

For those interested in how much aid the EU and Member States spend in a developing country or who are the biggest donors, the European Commission has developed an interactive tool- the EU Donor Atlas- that provides an overview of development aid distribution across the world.
The Donor Atlas provides a quick way to look at global trends in matters of development aid (who, where was done the most). Here, one can search by specific donor country, areas of activity, regions, or developing countries.
However, those who are searching for more in-depth information on individual projects can find tools as AidData and Aidflows (developed by the World Bank) more useful.
The Donor Atlas has been presented on Tuesday 11th December by European Commission representatives at a conference organized by the Development and Cooperation – EuropeAid DG in Brussels.

Source: CTA Brussels