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From Whom to Whom VISUALIZING DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE FOR HEALTH

Over $ 120 Billion of Development Assistance for Health Disbursed between 2013-2017.

Where was it coming from, where was it going and what was its purpose?

To help answer these questions, the World Health Organization has developed the From Whom To Whom. An interactive visualization tool on aid flows, volumes and purposes from global, donor and country perspectives using data published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Who are the biggest donors of Development Assistance for Health?

Fourteen donors disbursed 89% of all Development Assistance for Health between 2013-2017.

The remaining 74 donors disbursed 11% of Development Assistance for Health

Which countries are the main recipients of Development Assistance for Health in the last five years?

10 countries received 45% of the total disbursed Development Assistance for Health.

What does Development Assistance for Health target?

63% of Development Assistance for Health has been issued on STD control including HIV / AIDS, Basic Health Care, Infectious Disease Control and Malaria Control between 2013-2017

Donors disbursed the remaining 37% of funds for the other thirteen health purposes.

How much of Development Assistance for Health goes directly to countries?

72% of Development Assistance for Health has been disbursed directly to countries within the last 5 years.

Learn More

Access the Whom to Whom Platform Analysis by Donor, Recipient Country and Total Development Assistance for Health.