The indicator at a glanceIndicator 6.a.1 tracks the amount of official development assistance (ODA) that is included in a government-coordinated spending plan:
- ODA is official financing from donor government agencies, with a primary objective of promoting economic development and welfare in developing countries. The DAC List of ODA Recipients shows all countries and territories eligible to receive official development assistance (ODA).
- A government-coordinated spending plan is defined as a financing plan/budget at the national or subnational level, clearly assessing the financial resources available and the strategies for financing future requirements.
A high value would indicate that donors are aligned with government and national/subnational policies and plans for water and sanitation. Currently, data are only available on the amount of ODA disbursed.
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