Funding flows to top humanitarian assistance recipients, 2012

Source: Development Initiatives based on IMF World Economic Outlook (WEO), OECD DAC, UN OCHA FTS, World Bank, UNCTAD and SIPRI data
Notes: Recipient data for some flows, such as private development assistance from NGOs, is not available and is therefore excluded from this analysis. Data in this graph and throughout the chapter includes 17 of the top 20 recipients between 2003 and 2012. Due to data limitations, West Bank & Gaza Strip, Somalia and Syria have been excluded from the analysis. Negative values for short-term debt and portfolio equity have been changed to zero.

Figure 1.1Humanitarian needs, 2013

Humanitarian needs, 2013

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Figure 5.9 Top 10 recipients of humanitarian assistance 2013, by pooled funding mechanism type

Top 10 recipients of humanitarian assistance 2013, by pooled funding mechanism type

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Humanitarian assistance in numbers

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Figure 2.6 Requirements per targeted beneficiary in UN-coordinated appeals - 2012, 2013 and 2014

Requirements per targeted beneficiary in UN-coordinated appeals: 2012, 2013 and 2014

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Figure 3.4 Top 20 government donors, 2013

Top 20 government donors, 2013

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