As part of a wider government initiative to increase transparency, DFID is working to make its non-sensitive, non-personal data more accessible to the public.
General examples of DFID's public data sets might include spending in individual countries or on humanitarian assistance. The data does not identify or provide ways to identify individuals, unless that information is already published.
As a first step, we are publishing a sample of our data. We will continue to add more data to this collection. Our aim is to make all of our non-sensitive, non-personal data available in a re-usable format. Read our terms and conditions to find out how you can re-use our data.
The Government have introduced a new ‘Right to data’ for the public as part of the Transparency initiative. Further information about this can be found in the Public Data Principles on www.data.gov.uk. If you would like to make a request for a particular dataset, please contact the Public Enquiry Point.
Statistics on International Development
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