Evolution of the Asian Donorship Landscape

So as to support strategic decision-making at regional and national levels of Action Against Hunger, this report analyses four heavy trends impacting the donorship landscape in Asia by 2020:

  1. Wealthier Asia and the ‘growth dividend’
  2. The growing cost of being the most disaster-prone and poorest region worldwide
  3. ‘Governmentalization’ of institutional aid in Asia
  4. The rise of non-institutional aid actors in Asia.

The analysis then focuses on four key global and regional uncertainties as potential game changers in the outlook, considering a range of political, militar, and technological factors.

This increasingly wealthy and disaster prone continent is leading the way with innovative, local, and non-traditional aid financing.