The Donor Tracker’s fundamental premise is to make work easier for development professionals and advocates around the world. Collaboration with other organizations and initiatives that do similar work or that engage with similar audiences is thus an important element of our core approach.
Interested in collaborating with the Donor Tracker?
The Donor Tracker welcomes two types of partners:
- Organizations and initiatives that do similar work, i.e. track, analyze, interpret, and share information about funding for global development
- Organizations and individuals that engage with similar audiences (civil society organizations, think tanks, media, academia) on topics related to global development overall, as well as on the Donor Tracker's 'Deep Dive' topics of global health, education, nutrition, agriculture, and global health R&D.
The Donor Tracker is not a funding or implementing organization, therefore we do not form partnerships or offer direct support of any kind to implementers.
If you would like to discuss possibilities for collaborating with us, please email [email protected].
Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens
- Overseas Development Institute
- Policy Cures Research
- Advocacy Accelerator
- Global Health Hub Germany
In the Media
What the French presidential election could mean for development aid
"That would mean a $7.6 billion increase in ODA compared to France’s 2021 spending of $19.2 billion, according to Donor Tracker."
Germany commits extra €200M to Education Cannot Wait
“'It’s a good way for the German government to start implementing a mix of interlinked priorities set out in the coalition treaty,' said Raimund Zühr, the head of Donor Tracker."
What does 'Paris alignment' mean for development donors?
"According to SEEK Development’s Donor Tracker initiative, the share of DAC donors’ total bilateral ODA — or official development assistance — going to projects that also contribute to climate objectives remains below 30%."
Why Do We Need Better Funding to End Global Hunger?
"A new report by Donor Tracker maps funding levels for food security, nutrition, and agriculture and offers various recommendations for transforming the global food system."
Quarter of women and girls have been abused by a partner, says WHO
"Funding to address violence against women has increased significantly over the past five years. Bilateral aid from OECD development assistance committee (DAC) donor countries rose from $121m (£87m) in 2016 to $449m in 2019 – the majority coming from EU programmes – according to analysis by the funding trends website Donor Tracker."