The Development Co-operation Report is the key annual reference document for statistics and analysis on trends in international aid. This year, the Development Co-operation Report 2012 seeks to provide insights into how to address today’s sustainable development challenges, with a focus on inclusiveness and good governance to ensure that our finite resources are equitably distributed, now and in the future.
Sharing finite resources among a growing number people – and consumers – is a critical challenge. It is in this spirit that J. Brian Atwood, Chair of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC), invited several intellectual leaders on the challenges of inclusive, sustainable development to contribute to this year’s report.
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Notes on non-OECD providers of development co-operationClick to Access:
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This section contains information on the volumes and key features of the development co-operation programmes of 16 countries that are not members of the OECD; 12 of these report their ODA flows to the OECD-DAC. Although Brazil, China, India and South Africa do not report their data to the OECD-DAC, they have been making important contributions to international development co-operation for many years; the figures presented in this chapter are based on official government reports. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the only private funding entity reporting to the OECD-DAC.