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Total Development Assistance for Health
Explore the latest global trends on volumes and purpose of Development Assistance for Health.
Main Charts
Aid Flows
Main Recipients
Targeting Health Assistance
Trends in Targeting
Donor Types
Top Ten Multilaterals (2002-2018)
Type of Aid Recipient
Top Ten Recipient Countries (2002-2018)
Income Group Level Trends
Income Group Level Disbursements
Financial Arrangements
Top 10 Lenders of DAH for Health (2002-2018)
Development Assistance for Health by WHO Regions
WHO Regional Distributions
Type of Aid
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Aid Flows

Which channels do donors use to implement funds for different health purposes?

This chart presents user-selected donors  Development Assistance for Health (DAH) volumes and the various channels that implement funds for different health purposes, as reported to the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD).To create an interactive view of the flows and aid volumes between 2010 to 2018, select donors, years, types of channels and health purpose.

Donor Channel Purpose

Main Recipients

How is Development Assistance for Health distributed among recipient countries?

This chart provides information on the distribution of Development Assistance for Health (DAH) among the 139 ODA eligible recipient countries highlighted by income groups as defined by the Development Assistance Committee (DAC): Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Other Low-Income Countries (Other LICs), Low Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and Upper Middle-Income Countries (UMICs).  This chart does not include funds disbursed at the Global or at the Intercountry or Regional level. To create an interactive view of the volume of DAH in a collection of countries from 2014 to 2018, click on the income groups at the top of the chart.

Targeting Health Assistance

How is Development Assistance for Health distributed among different health purposes?

This chart shows the relative proportion of funds supporting health development activities for different health purposes. To create an interactive view, select a time period between 2002 to 2018.

Trends in Targeting

How is the targeting of Development Assistance for Health changing over time?

This chart shows how the funding for different health purposes has changed over time.To create an interactive view, click on the health purposes listed below the chart or select the button to hide the series to build a chart.

Donor Types

How has different groups of donors contributed to Development Assistance for Health volumes over time?

This chart shows trends in Development Assistance for Health (DAH) disbursements by Bilateral, Multilateral and Private donors. To create an interactive view, click on Private, Bilateral or Multilateral bellow the chart.

Top Ten Multilaterals (2002-2018)

Donor USD Millions
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria 39,704.48
International Development Association 19,048.46
Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization 12,943.81
EU Institutions 9,164.48
UNFPA 4,525.56
World Health Organization 4,474.58
UNICEF 3,191.50
UNAIDS 2,553.41
UNRWA 1,445.91
AfDF 1,277.43

Type of Aid Recipient

How much of Development Assistance for Health flows directly to countries versus global or multicountry group of recipients?

This chart shows volume trends of three different target levels of Development Assistance for Health; the Country level, Multicounty level and Global Level. To create an interactive view, click on Country, Global or Multicounty below the chart.

Top Ten Recipient Countries (2002-2018)

Country USD Millions
Nigeria 14,212.68
India 12,571.73
Ethiopia 11,008.17
United Republic of Tanzania 10,536.09
Kenya 10,370.96
Uganda 8,309.71
South Africa 8,244.08
Mozambique 7,736.54
Democratic Republic of Congo 7,090.89
Zambia 6,386.43

Income Group Level Trends

How is Development Assistance for Health allocated among groups of countries at different income levels?

Disbursements presented in this chart show Development Assistance for Health (DAH)  funding trends for groups of countries of different income as defined by the Development Assistance Committee (DAC): Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Other Low-Income Countries (Other LICs), Low Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and Upper Middle-Income Countries (UMICs),  together with Global and Multi-country/regional levels of implementation.  To create an interactive view, click  the income groups below the chart.

Income Group Level Disbursements

How is funding allocated among the least developed income countries compare to other income groups of countries?

This chart shows how funding is allocated to different income groups: Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Other Low-Income Countries (Other LICs), Low Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and Upper Middle-Income Countries (UMICs).  The chart also presents disbursements to Global and Multi-country levels of implementation as a point of comparison.  To create an interactive view, select a time period between 2002 to 2018.

Financial Arrangements

How has the use of different types of financial instruments changed over time?

This chart highlights the trends in donors' use of different types of financial instruments to disburse Development Assistance for Health (DAH) including grants, concessional loans, private development finance and equity investments. To create an interactive view, click the financial instruments below the chart.

Top 10 Lenders of DAH for Health (2002-2018)

Donor USD Millions
International Development Association 15,884.72
Germany 1,208.58
AfDF 966.76
France 822.82
Japan 782.01
Korea, Republic of 653.99
Asian Development Bank 558.69
Inter-American Development Bank 546.86
EU Institutions 343.55
Spain 219.60

Development Assistance for Health by WHO Regions

How is Development Assistance for Health allocated to the Member States in WHO Regions?

This chart shows the trends in the allocation of Development Assistance for Health (DAH) to the Member States belonging to the six World Health Organization (WHO) Regions, African Region (AFR), Region of the Americas (AMR).  Eastern Mediterranean (EMR), European Region (EUR), South-East Asia Region (SEAR) and Western Pacific Region (WPR). The chart also presents disbursements to Global and Multi-country levels of implementation as a point of comparison.  To create an interactive view, click  the WHO Regions below the chart.

WHO Regional Allocation

How is Development Assistance for Health allocated among the recipient WHO Member States by Regional and other groupings?

This chart shows how Development Assistance for Health (DAH) is allocated among recipient Member States by World Health Organization (WHO) regional groupings; African Region (AFR), Region of the Americas (AMR).  Eastern Mediterranean (EMR), European Region (EUR), South-East Asia Region (SEAR) and Western Pacific Region (WPR). The chart also presents flows to Global and Multi-country levels of implementation as a point of comparison. To create an interactive view, select a time period between 2002 to 2018.

Type of Aid

Which modalities are used to deliver Development Assistance for Health?

This chart presents serveral modalities of delivering Development Assistance for Health (DAH) by budget support; core contributions and pooled programmes and funds; project-type interventions; experts and other technical assistance; scholarships and student costs in donor countries; debt relief; administrative costs; and other in-donor expenditures.  To create an interactive view, select a time period between 2014 to 2018 and also  World Health Organization (WHO) regional groupings; African Region (AFR), Region of the Americas (AMR).  Eastern Mediterranean (EMR), European Region (EUR), South-East Asia Region (SEAR) and Western Pacific Region (WPR) with other groupings.

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