Official sector expenditures for the sustenance of refugees in donor countries during the first twelve months of their stay. To improve transparency in members’ reporting of in-donor refugee costs several surveys have been conducted to seek clarifications on the methodologies and calculations used in the reporting of this item. The latest Survey was completed in 2012; its findings relate to 2009 expenditures. Users should be aware that data on in-donor refugee costs are not necessarily comparable between donors as reporting practices vary in terms of categories of refugees included, types of expenditures covered, and methodology used to assess costs during the first year of stay of refugees. In order to facilitate understanding of expenditures included in this item in ODA statistics, summaries of donors’ methodologies have been produced along with a general overview of differences in coverage and methodology (see link for the Survey’s results).
Aid during the time
The variation of resources committed and paid for Bilateral and Multi-bilateral development aid
Aid in numbers
Bilateral and Multi-bilateral
Italian development projects
Total funding committed
Total funding used
What is it spent for?
The purpose/sector of destination of a bilateral contribution should be selected by answering the question “which specific area of the recipient’s economic or social structure is the transfer intended to foster”. The sector classification does not refer to the type of goods or services provided by the donor. Sector specific education or research activities (e.g. agricultural education) or construction of infrastructure (e.g. agricultural storage) should be reported under the sector to which they are directed, not under education, construction, etc. read more close
|Refugees in donor countries||1,570,119,000|
The extending agency is the government entity (central, state or local government agency or department) financing the activity from its own budget. It is the budget holder, controlling the activity on its own account. Agencies administering activities on behalf of other government entities should not be reported as extending agencies but as channels of delivery. read more close