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Creditor Reporting System on Aid Activities

Aid Activities in Support of Gender Equality 1999-2003- Volume 2005 Issue 6

Creditor Reporting System on Aid Activities by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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This publication presents statistics on aid flows in support of gender equality for the years 1999-2003.  The information is based on individual commitments, i.e. intended disbursements, of Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Official Aid. 

 

The report has been prepared by the DAC Secretariat in collaboration with the members of the DAC Working Party on Statistics and the DAC Network on Gender Equality. It provides an analysis of aid targeting the objective of gender equality over 1999-2003 in selected sectors (basic education, basic health including reproductive health, and water supply and sanitation). It also records the gender equality focused aid activities reported by DAC members to the CRS Aid Activity database (Creditor Reporting System), in all sectors for years 2002-2003.

The information is designed to meet the needs of development agencies and institutions in terms of programming and analysis by country and by sector.

             

DAC STATISTICS: ALSO AVAILABLE ON INTERNET AND ON CD-ROM

The data are taken from the CRS Aid Activity database which is regularly updated and contains records from 1973 onwards. Data are available on the International Development Statistics Online on the DAC website at the following address: www.oecd.org/dac/stats/idsonline, and on the yearly CD-ROM International Development Statistics. Selected development databases are also available on line via www.SourceOECD.org.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; January 2005
322 pages; ISBN 9789264008175
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Title: Creditor Reporting System on Aid Activities
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development