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There will, however, be a time lag before these funds reach developing countries. The funds will count as ODA in 2009-10 when donors deposit promissory notes with the IFIs. Based on these inflows the IFIs will commit future spending in countries from 2009 to 2012. These firm commitments will help partner countries to plan their spending. However, this financing process (replenishment => promissory notes => commitments => expenditure) means that much of the scaled-up funding will only reach countries after 2010.
The United Nations system refers to the whole network of international agencies, treaties and conventions that were created by the United Nations. Note that this report does not disaggregate information for each part of the UN system. 5. org/ecosoc. 6. 3 are based on gross disbursement of core contributions. 4 looks at the overall use of the multilateral system, for which we only have data on commitments. 7. id=493308. DAC Report on Multilateral Aid, 2008 – © OECD 2009 34 – chapter 3: Multilateral Aid Policies of DAC Donors Chapter 3 Multilateral Aid Policies of DAC Donors Chapter 2 presented the overall picture of multilateral aid as shown by DAC statistics.
Three dimensions of the distribution of ODA across partner countries are examined: (a) geographical distribution; (b) distribution by partner country income; and (c) distribution by sector. The examination of distribution by sector includes studies on the distribution of ODA for health and infrastructure. Finally, this chapter describes the allocation systems of multilateral development banks and gives examples of how three UN agencies (UNICEF, UNDP and UNFPA) and The Global Fund make allocations.