Development Aid at a Glance 2008: Statistics by Region by OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

By OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Improvement relief at a look is a dynamic and accomplished ebook from the OECD serious about many of the features of overseas reduction. for every continent, it presents forty tables and graphs masking topics reminiscent of developments in reduction via donors and recipients and distribution of relief through quarter, followed by means of brief texts providing the most facets of improvement reduction for every sector. It additionally specializes in efforts within the domain names of schooling, overall healthiness and water, which relate heavily to the Millennium improvement objectives. for every desk, the e-book presents a dynamic hyperlink (StatLink) which directs the consumer to an online web page the place the corresponding info are available Excel?® structure. desk of content material : Reader's consultant checklist of Multilateral Donors bankruptcy 1. The constructing global -1.1. ODA to the constructing international: precis -1.2. ODA to the constructing international by means of Donor and Recipient -1.3. ODA to the realm by way of Donor bankruptcy 2. Africa -2.1. ODA to Africa: precis -2.2. ODA to Africa through Donoar and by means of Recipient -2.3. ODA to Africa via quarter bankruptcy three. the US -3.1. ODA to the USA: precis -3.2. ODA to the US by means of Donor and via Recipient -3.3. ODA to the USA via area bankruptcy four. Asia -4.1. ODA to Asia: precis -4.2. ODA to Asia by means of Donor and by means of Recipient -4.3. ODA to Asia via region bankruptcy five. Europe -5.1. ODA to Europe: precis -5.2. ODA to Europe via Donor and through Recipient -5.3. ODA to Europe via area bankruptcy 6. Oceania -6.1. ODA to Oceania: precis -6.2. ODA to Oceania by means of Donor and through Recipient -6.3. ODA to Oceania by means of region Annex: overall ODA in 2007 and Projections for the long run

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Rep. Multisector Gen. prog. 8. 3. ODA TO AFRICA BY SECTOR w _it E d it e io s n D Br o 2. AFRICA DEVELOPMENT AID AT A GLANCE 2008 – ISBN 978-92-64-04408-1 – © OECD 2008 D Br o n w E AFRICA di _it 2. e tio s Multisector Gen. prog. aid Debt Humanitarian Others Total 40 67 6 146 17 15 2 655 Mali 448 12 67 59 118 25 12 7 748 Mauritania 127 95 25 20 15 3 8 Mauritius 36 0 39 1 – – – Mayotte 5 – 0 0 – – – – 6 Morocco 735 331 25 27 0 2 5 19 1 144 Mozambique 597 173 142 37 277 84 8 11 1 329 88 90 13 13 0 – 2 3 209 Niger 242 33 15 60 101 13 61 5 529 Nigeria 898 70 110 95 – 7 313 3 5 8 493 Rwanda 331 49 30 10 237 98 14 3 772 13 2 6 1 – 2 – 1 26 414 94 107 132 38 165 3 14 966 6 0 3 1 – 2 0 1 14 103 5 11 1 39 54 38 1 253 82 1 8 1 10 1 313 12 427 695 24 92 47 0 – 1 11 870 2 20 0 – – – 0 0 22 649 90 23 54 36 3 1 184 7 2 047 Swaziland 30 0 7 2 1 – 0 1 41 Tanzania 776 84 129 53 1 542 3 58 16 2 662 33 1 2 8 3 6 1 4 58 Tunisia 238 79 69 9 51 – 0 3 450 Uganda 659 59 44 39 193 6 206 7 1 214 Zambia 580 79 172 22 114 542 24 8 1 541 Zimbabwe 252 1 3 8 28 0 43 2 338 North of Sahara, regional 112 18 43 38 0 – 17 18 246 South of Sahara, regional 794 107 352 140 23 1 310 26 1 753 Africa, regional 651 748 299 114 1 75 96 171 2 155 16 318 4 093 3 573 1 954 4 716 11 101 3 969 492 46 216 Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa St.

Five simple measures can help: training doctors and nurses to provide safe childbirth; encouraging breast feeding for the first six months of a baby’s life; providing measles vaccinations; promoting oral rehydration to fight diarrhoea; and training health workers to recognise pneumonia and how to treat it with antibiotics. DEVELOPMENT AID AT A GLANCE 2008 – ISBN 978-92-64-04408-1 – © OECD 2008 D Br o n w E AFRICA di _it 2. 1. 3. 2. ODA to 5 largest recipients in Africa by sector in 2006 As a percentage of total ODA committed for each country Congo Dem.

These conflicts have shattered the country’s infrastructures, and created vast reconstruction needs, especially in the South with the return of displaced persons. 3 in 2005. 9 billion for sub-Saharan Africa. Yet Sudan has great potential. It has large areas of cultivable land (it is the biggest country in Africa) and is now Africa’s third largest oil producer. The economy grew by 10 per cent a year in 2006 and 2007, and the IMF has praised Sudan’s reforms. Per capita gross national income (GNI) is USD 2160 in terms of purchasing power parity.

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