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2015 humanitarian funding overview

84 percent of reported emergency aid is from 15 donors

A Syrian child at the entrance to the Krynjaca asylum centre in Belgrade, Serbia.
A Syrian child at the entrance to the Krynjaca asylum centre in Belgrade, Serbia. (http://www.irinnews.org/)

We are rounding up the humanitarian financing figures for 2015. 

Overall, the EU bloc has given slightly more than the USA.

But comparing countries shows the dominance of the US.

 

If we compare donations compared to national wealth, a different picture emerges:

 

For more on emergency aid spending, see: The Humanitarian Economy

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