Economic decline following the Russian invasion of Ukraine has led traditional OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) donors to decrease their humanitarian assistance to the Global South. Of growing importance within the humanitarian field are emerging donors, many of whom are not part of the OECD DAC and whose approaches to assistance differ methodologically and conceptually from those of traditional donors. This policy brief discusses emerging donor engagement in several key Global South countries, noting their financial contributions, methodological approaches and aid priorities.
Strøm-Sedgwick, Carina & Pinar Tank (2022) Shifting Donor Priorities Following the Ukraine War: What Role for Emerging Donors?, PRIO Policy Brief, 18. Oslo: PRIO.