Tanzania no. 1 at $189mn, up slightly from $181mn in the previous year.
Ethiopia no. 2 at $181mn, down from $208mn in the previous year.
Congo (DRC) up sharply to no. 3, at $157mn, compared to $62mn in the previous year. Due to large debt relief (approx. $65mn).
Cote d’Ivoire up sharply to no. 4 at $147mn, compared to $31mn in the previous year, almost entirely due to large debt relief (approx. $145mn).
Haiti down sharply from $205mn in the previous year to $139mn.
Afghanistan down from $163mn in the previous year to $132mn.
Mali up from $80mn in the previous year to $119mn.
This is a preliminary post, while we update our time-series data. All figures are in Canadian dollars and on a Canadian fiscal year basis, and therefore may have slight differences compared to OECD-DAC figures (in US$ and calendar year basis). All data come directly from Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD).
Figure 1. Where did Canada’s aid go in 2012-13? (Click to enlarge)