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Private funding: An emerging trend in humanitarian donorship

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Report Synopsis

This report analyses the emerging role of private voluntary contributions in humanitarian donorship. It shows that private support to international development and humanitarian assistance has become increasingly important in recent years. This trend has not escaped aid agencies, which are paying special attention to private donors.

The report examines the levels of private funding of the different types of humanitarian organisations and illustrates that some of them contribute more funding to the international humanitarian response than most donor governments. Finally, it looks at the major trends in private funding allocation to recipient countries.

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  1. John says:

    NIce article. I found it very thought provoking.

    DATE:
    08/06/2012 3:14 pm

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For many organisations, private money is the answer to the dilemma of how to keep responding to the growing number of aid challenges when there are limited government resources available.

Report Breakdown

Private contributions to aid organisations

Key recipient countries

Key recipients of private voluntary contributions

The many paths of delivering aid