New data shows full extent of Swedish aid for 2015

Openaid.se is continuously updated with new data, as new projects are added and new disbursements are made. Some data takes longer to collect. This is often the case with the data that we receive from the other government agencies and ministries. One example is the costs for refugees in Sweden, which is deducted from the aid budget, but classified as aid by the OECD/DAC. Before we receive the actual figures (which usually are not final until May the following year) we publish a prognosis based on the budget bill for the current year.

We have now received the data for 2015 and updated Openaid.se, and the difference is shown clearly in the graph and treemap visualization on the homepage.

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The Swedish aid budget for 2015 was SEK 40.4 billion, but the actual outcome was approximately SEK 54 billion (USD 6.4 bn), mainly because the costs for refugees in Sweden (SEK 20.2 billion) were higher than the anticipated SEK 8.9 billion.

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  • Olando Redd Zekiel 9 months ago

    I wish you complement and all the best wishes with a pure and joyful heart. Thank for your hard work towards poverty reduction in the world. Let God Almighty richly reward sweden and all her people. I will like to be one of the beneficiaries of your training programs. Hope to heard from you soon.

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  • nyamugabo 4 months ago

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    Olando Redd Zekiel 5 months ago

    I wish you complement and all the best wishes with a pure and joyful heart. Thank for your hard work towards poverty reduction in the world. Let God Almighty richly reward sweden and all her people. I will like to be one of the beneficiaries of your training programs. Hope to heard from you soon.
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