How much does Denmark spend on aid to developing countries?
Note: Below, we provide links to Statistics Denmark and others who make statistics on the subject. In some instances, the sources referred to below have content in Danish only or limited content in English.
Denmark’s development cooperation is called Danida and is an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Each year, Danida assesses the scope of Denmark’s bilateral and multilateral aid for developing countries, disaggregated by receiving countries, sectors and organisations.
See Danida’s website and Danida OpenAid for relevant data and information.
If you want to compare with other countries, you can find data at OECD's Development Co-operation Directorate (DCD-DAC).
[This page was last reviewed in May 2023]