2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid by OECD

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1 shows that the regional distribution of aid from multilateral agencies (core funds) differs from the regional distribution of bilateral aid. The multilateral organisations provide nearly two-thirds of their aid to sub-Saharan Africa, and South and Central Asia, whereas DAC countries provide just over a third of their bilateral aid to these regions. 1a). The allocations by multilaterals align with the priority accorded to Africa by many DAC member countries in their multilateral strategies. Moreover, nearly all multilateral aid is allocated by region, while 20% of bilateral aid is allocated to global programmes.

1b Multilateral 9 5 Bilateral DAC (excl. fragile states) Fragile states Multilateral (excl. fragile states) Fragile states 23 59 Bilateral DAC (excl. fragile states) Fragile states Multilateral (excl. fragile states) Fragile states Source: DAC Aggregate Statistics Note: Data on the multilaterals are incomplete. Around 23 of the major organisations are included, including eight UN agencies. 3 shows the geographical distribution of commitments of multilateral non-core funding. The share of non-core aid allocated to global programmes is relatively large.

All partnership agreements aligned well with the strategic priorities of the ILO. However, ILO Governing Body policy decisions concerning technical co-operation and gender equality, tripartism, International Labour Standards and capacity development through the ILO’s International Training Centre were unevenly implemented. Partnership goals and outcomes had been defined in consultation with each donor, and three donors out of nine earmarked funds for specific programmes and projects in selected regions and countries.

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