On March 17, 2011, the Government of Canada launched an Open Data portal. As part of that effort, statistical data and other information on Canada's international assistance and the former Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) activities are available in data sets and machine-readable formats for researchers, students, media or anyone interested in international assistance. Each data set has its own definitions and they are not often comparable — please review the data field definitions carefully before downloading the data sets. Links to related reports and other data sources are also provided.
Information from the International Development Project Browser is available in a research-friendly data set, and continues to be available through individual project profiles in the Project Browser itself.
The former CIDA's agency-level and activity-level data compatible with the IATI Standard.
Canada's country spending data from this report is now available in a database-friendly format broken down by channel and recipient, per fiscal year.
The former CIDA's aid spending by multilateral organization broken down by fiscal year, project, and organization type is now available in a database-friendly format.
This is a simplified gateway to Canada's Official Development Assistance statistics, prepared for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Development Assistance Committee (OECD/DAC).
An overview table of the Government of Canada's international assistance commitments, tracking progress by fiscal year.
Data on Canada's maternal, newborn and child health projects, including information on both the baseline ($1.75 billion) and the Muskoka commitments ($1.1 billion).
Comprehensive data on all projects for which disbursements were made since fiscal year 2005-2006 is now available in a database-friendly format.