The Lowy Institute Pacific Aid Map is an analytical tool designed to enhance aid effectiveness in the Pacific by improving coordination, alignment and accountability of foreign aid through enhanced transparency of aid flows.
The Pacific Aid Map team has collected data on more than 30,000 projects and activities across all the Pacific Islands from 82 donors from 2008 onwards.
This raw data has been made freely available on this interactive platform, allowing users to drill down and manipulate the data in a variety of ways. Data for most donors has only been provided up to and including 2021.
Updates are made on a yearly basis. Other caveats on the data can be found in the About page.