Creditor Reporting System on Aid Activities

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Published five times a year, each issue of Creditor Reporting System provides statistical data on individual aid commitments going to a particular region of the world (Africa, Asia, Latin American and the Caribbean, Europe and Oceania, and CEEC/NIS) during the last time period for which data is available. 

For each commitment, information is provided on the sector (agriculture, education, health, etc.) to which the aid is going, the donor country/organisation/agency providing the aid, the type of flow (grant, loan, etc), the amount of the commitment in US dollars, a description of the project, the grant element percentage, and whether or not the commitment incorporates elements relating to gender equity, environment, or participatory development/good governance. 

This publication, and the database behind it, are the best available source of information on where aid is flowing relative to very specific sectors and purposes.  From time to time special issues are published providing data for all regions on a specific topic such as AIDS. 

Also Available: Creditor Reporting System: Individual Financial Transactions Database.  Available on the International Development Statistics CD-ROM and at IDS Online:

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Quarterly Report on Individual Aid Commitments Volume 1999 Issue 4 You do not have access to this content

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02 Feb 2000
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This quarterly report provides the most up-to-date detailed information on individual commitments, {i.e.} intended disbursements, of Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Official Aid. The data are ordered by recipient countries, including Central and Eastern European countries and the New Independent States of the former Soviet Union.
This issue records all the commitments reported by Members of the OECD Development Assistance Committee and by multilateral institutions and entered into the Creditor Reporting System (CRS) database in the period between 1st August and 31 October 1999.
The information is designed for use by development agencies and institutions involved in country and sector programming and analysis.
Also available on Internet and on CD-ROM The data are taken from the CRS database which is regularly updated and contains records from 1973 onwards. Data are available on the DAC on-line site at the following address:, and on the yearly CD-ROM Creditor Reporting System: Individual Financial Transactions.

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