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Domestic philanthropy from 54 of largest donors in Colombia amounted to USD 100 million a year between 2013-18. The report shows that resources are mostly allocated in education, and are highly concentrated in a few regions of the country. 

Read the 2021 report on Domestic Philanthropy for Development and Gender Equality in Colombia

This report investigates domestic philanthropy for development in South Africa through the lenses of 31 large individual, family and corporate foundations. Domestic giving amounted to approximately USD 75 million per year between 2013-18, mostly focused on higher education and social protection.

Read the 2021 report on Domestic Philanthropy for Development and Gender Equality in South Africa.

Foundations ranked third in the leading sources of funding for health and reproductive health in developing countries. Innovative finance and digital health are two novel approaches explored by foundations on the ground.

Read the Full report Philanthropy and Education - Swiss Philanthropy for Education

The Second edition of the PP4D Report unpacks data from 205 large philanthropic organisations from 32 countries, who jointly provided financing towards development for USD 42.5 billion between 2016-19. The report shows how the financing is distributed geographically and by thematic areas, and shows how philanthropy compares to official development assistance (ODA). 

Read the report: Private Philanthropy for Development report – Second Edition : Data for Action

Domestic philanthropic giving in India estimates sectoral and geographic allocation of gender-related philanthropic and CSR giving in India between 2016-19. Financing from 183 large organisations amounted to USD 542 million, mainly devoted to family planning, reproductive health care and women’s rights organisations, but some resources are not allocated to the states with the highest needs. 

Read the report: India's Private Giving: Unpacking Domestic Philanthropy and Corporate Social Responsibility

The COVID-19 pandemic is by far the largest disruption witnessed by education systems in the 21st century. To better understand donors’ strategic and programmatic shifts in the midst of COVID-19, this OECD Centre on Philanthropy report calls forth the knowledge, experiences and reflections of education donors.

Read the full report Philanthropy and Education: Education giving in the midst of COVID-19