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Arab donors and humanitarian aid


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Report Synopsis

In this briefing we analyse humanitarian aid from Arab donors and put these contributions in the context of other donor governments. In addition we analyse Arab donor contributions to the Horn of Africa and the Arab Spring.

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Saudi Arabia has given the largest volume of humanitarian aid amongst Arab donors (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait), a total of US$2.1 billion between 2000 and 2010.  The UAE has been the second largest Arab donor in this period, US$793.1 million

Report Breakdown


Who are the leading humanitarian Arab donors?

What has been the humanitarian response by Arab donors in the Horn of Africa?

What has been the humanitarian response by Arab donors to the Arab Spring?

Do Arab donors support humanitarian aid recipients that are not priorities for OECD DAC donors?

Are Arab donors changing the way they channel humanitarian aid?

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