The Resource Flows (RF) project monitors progress achieved by donors and developing countries in implementing the financial resource targets agreed upon at the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo in 1994 and the Declaration of Commitment adopted at the United Nations Special Session on HIV/AIDS in 2001. The RF project collects data and subsequently reports on international population assistance and domestic expenditures for population activities in developing countries.
Which Countries Benefit Most from Population Assistance?
In 2012, 155 countries benefited from population assistance. Of the funds going to the five geographic regions, sub-Saharan Africa received the largest share (71 per cent) followed by Asia and the Pacific (19 per cent), Latin America and the Caribbean (5 per cent), Western Asia and North Africa (3 per cent) and Eastern and Southern Europe (2 per cent).
Source: Financial Resource Flows for Population Activites in 2012