Official Development Assistance for Health by Recipient

This interactive data visualization shows the distribution of the Official Development Assistance for Health (ODA) by recipients in Latin America and the Caribbean.  It allows to have a better picture about where the official aid is being located.

Key Findings:

During the period 2002 to 2010,   Haiti is the country that has received the higher magnitude of the official aid with a total amount close to 700 million US dollars, followed by Bolivia, Nicaragua and Peru.

As it is expected, low and lower middle income countries have received the higher proportion of the official aid in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The official aid are coming predominantly from United States of America and Spain  for those countries that are receiving the high amount of aid. This pattern change in the case of countries that are receiving less amount of aid.

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