SEEK Development’s New Donor Tracker

Posted by Kimberley Meijers on June 15, 2017 at 4:58 pm



What is Donor Tracker?

The Donor Tracker is an independent, free website that seeks to advance global development by providing advocates with easy access to high-quality quantitative and qualitative strategic information to support their work.

The Donor Tracker is a unique online resource that offers free, independent, up-to-date analysis of 14 major OECD donors. Covering 90% of the world’s official development assistance (ODA), the Donor Tracker provides data-driven insights on strategic priorities, funding trends, decision-making and key opportunities.

Which donors are covered?

The Donor Tracker features profiles of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the European Union. The Donor Tracker’s profile of the United States will follow later in 2017.
All donor profiles feature in-depth analysis of six key questions regarding donors’ ODA budget volumes and structures, strategic priorities, decision-making processes, and stakeholders. In addition, each profile includes ‘Deep Dives’ – sections that focus in greater depth on the areas of global health, nutrition, agriculture, and global health research and development. The Donor Tracker also reports weekly on topical global-development policy updates, news and events.

Why does the Donor Tracker exist? 

Funding for the Donor Tracker is provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. All content is created by SEEK Development and is independent. The Donor Tracker is provided as a public good without any charges.

For more information open the brochure.

You can access the Donor Tracker here.


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