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The Donors Delivering for SRHR report is a project by Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW).

Donors Delivering for SRHR is an annual publication analysing and ranking the latest data available to track the disbursements of members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) to SRHR, reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH), and family planning (FP), as part of their Official Development Aid (ODA).


In 2020, after a drop in disbursements in 2019, donors’ SRHR funding was back to the level of 2018. This is mainly due to several large donors increasing the total amount of their SRHR disbursements, including the US, Canada, Germany, Japan, and the EU Institutions. 

Disappointingly, the latest data confirms a trend from previous years of large donors failing to prioritise SRHR funding in their ODA. This means that many countries who contribute the highest amount of SRHR funding in real terms only allocate a comparatively small percentage of their ODA to supporting SRHR. Accordingly, donors such as Germany, the EU Institutions, or France, who are some of the leading donors in ‘real terms’, lag behind smaller donors such as Iceland and the Netherlands when it comes to prioritising SRHR in their ODA budgets.

While jointly the largest ODA donors (accounting for more than 50% of all ODA), the EU Institutions and EU Member States taken together account for only 25.12% of all donors’ SRHR disbursements in 2020.


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