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USAID Foreign Assistance Dashboard - Statistics on USG Foreign AID

Foreign Assistance Dashboard USAID and State Department have launched a foreign assistance dashboard with detailed information on the USG's worldwide technical assistance programs. The site contains information on a variety of indicators, including detailed statistics on aid per sector, organizational unit and country.

The numbers are based on annual Congressional Budget Justifications and annual appropriations bills. Other USG agencies that receive appropriated foreign assistance funds will be phased into the Foreign Assistance Dashboard over time.


The Foreign Assistance Dashboard was created in response to the principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and President Obama’s Open Government Initiative. The goal of the Foreign Assistance Dashboard is to enable a wide variety of stakeholders, including U.S. citizens, civil society organizations, the Congress, U.S. Government (USG) agencies, donors, and partner country governments, the ability to examine, research, and track USG foreign assistance investments in an accessible and easy-to-understand format.

Source: www.foreignassistance.gov

The Foreign Assistance Dashboard offers data through charts and graphs on the website (using AMMAP and fusioncharts) based on an impressive data set. A separate data page enables users to generate personalized tables through manual queries of data sets. The full dataset can be downloaded as well. The dataset is in excel format and ideally formatted for Excel pivot tables.

Screenshot 1: Users can easily define datasets



Screenshot 2: Interactive graphs visualize complex data sets


The site uses a variety of graphs to display information on the following initiatives:

  • Peace & Security;
  • Democracy, Human Rights, & Governance;
  • Health;
  • Education & Social Services;
  • Economic Development;
  • Environment;
  • Humanitarian Assistance.

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