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Database of ODA from the OECD DAC

Details The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation comprised of 30 developed nations. The Development Assistance Committee (DAC) is the forum of selected OECD members to discuss aid, development and poverty reduction in developing countries. It currently comprised 24 members.

DAC Statistics measure official and private flows from DAC donors, multilateral organisations and other donors to about 150 developing countries and territories.

The DAC publishes statistics and reports on aid and other resource flows to developing countries, based principally on reporting by DAC Members, multilateral organisations and other donors.

Monitoring financial flows and their allocation is an important aspect of the Development Assistance Committee's programme of work. The DAC Working Party on Statistics brings international aid statisticians together to look at how statistics respond to key development issues.