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Key Figures 2013

Total Assistance:

US$3.8 billion

Humanitarian Assistance:

US$457 million

Cost of multilateral
peacekeeping operations:

N/A

Government
Expenditure:

US$5.7 billion

Key Facts

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title: ‘Bilateral humanitarian assistance by expenditure type, 2009-2013’,
source: ‘Source: Development Initiatives based on OECD DAC Creditor Reporting System (CRS) data. NB When calculating net ODA, loan repayments are recorded as negative and deducted from ODA and loans. In some cases loan repayments are higher than new ODA and net ODA will show as a negative number (OECD DAC). Note: Data is in constant 2013 prices.’,

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title: ‘Humanitarian assistance channelled via pooled funding mechanisms, 2010-2014’,
source: ‘Source: Development Initiatives based on UN CERF and UN OCHA FTS’, notes: ‘Notes: The UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) receives unearmarked humanitarian funds. Common humanitarian funds (CHF) and emergency response funds (ERF) receive and administer unearmarked humanitarian funds at recipient country level. Note: All data is in constant 2013 prices.’,
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title: ‘Channel of delivery (US$ millions), 2009-2013’,
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title: ‘Investments in risk reduction’,
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You can access various indicators and indices, together with information on engagement and data publication for each country from this Google Doc.

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View Crisis Briefings

Briefings and Reports

From here you can access all our briefings, reports and humanitarian analysis on Ethiopia.

Horn of Africa food crisis, July 2011 – This fact-sheet is a round-up of facts and aid data for Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya and Somalia.

Humanitarian aid financing to Ethiopia, 2000-2010 – Ethiopia received an above average share of its official development assistance (ODA) in the form of humanitarian aid – 17.6% between 2000 and 2009.

East Africa crisis briefing – East Africa has been affected by acute food insecurity conditions resulting in approximately 11 million people being in need of assistance as of May 2014.There is a risk that food insecurity conditions will be further exacerbated by below-average rainfall over upcoming months and conflict and insecurity which continue to undermine trade flows.