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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With net ODA standing at USD 30.75 billion in 2011, the United States is the largest provider of development co-operation. Compared to 2010, this ODA level is a decrease of just under 1% in real terms. After falling by 10% in 2007, the United States’ net ODA recovered quickly in 2008, when it increased by 19%, and continued to grow at an average rate of 6% yearly in 2009 and 2010.