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Code Name Description Category
11110 Education policy and administrative management Education sector policy, planning and programmes; aid to education ministries, administration and management systems; institution capacity building and advice; school management and governance; curriculum and materials development; unspecified education activities. 111
11120 Education facilities and training Educational buildings, equipment, materials; subsidiary services to education (boarding facilities, staff housing); language training; colloquia, seminars, lectures, etc. 111
11130 Teacher training Teacher education (where the level of education is unspecified); in-service and pre-service training; materials development. 111
11182 Educational research Research and studies on education effectiveness, relevance and quality; systematic evaluation and monitoring. 111
11220 Primary education Formal and non-formal primary education for children; all elementary and first cycle systematic instruction; provision of learning materials. 112
11230 Basic life skills for youth and adults Formal and non-formal education for basic life skills for young people and adults (adults education); literacy and numeracy training. Excludes health education (12261) and activities related to prevention of noncommunicable diseases. (123xx). 112
11231 Basic life skills for youth Formal and non-formal education for basic life skills for young people. 112
11232 Primary education equivalent for adults Formal primary education for adults. 112
11240 Early childhood education Formal and non-formal pre-school education. 112
11250 School feeding Provision of meals or snacks at school; other uses of food for the achievement of educational outcomes including “take-home” food rations provided as economic incentives to families (or foster families, or other child care institutions) in return for a child’s regular attendance at school; food provided to adults or youth who attend literacy or vocational training programmes; food for pre-school activities with an educational component. These activities may help reduce children’s hunger during the school day if provision of food/meals contains bioavailable nutrients to address specific nutrition needs and have nutrition expected outcomes in school children, or if the rationale mainstream nutrition or expected outcome is nutrition-linked. 112
11320 Secondary education Second cycle systematic instruction at both junior and senior levels. 113
11321 Lower secondary education Second cycle systematic instruction at junior level. 113
11322 Upper secondary education Second cycle systematic instruction at senior level. 113
11330 Vocational training Elementary vocational training and secondary level technical education; on-the job training; apprenticeships; including informal vocational training. 113
11420 Higher education Degree and diploma programmes at universities, colleges and polytechnics; scholarships. 114
11430 Advanced technical and managerial training Professional-level vocational training programmes and in-service training. 114
12110 Health policy and administrative management Health sector policy, planning and programmes; aid to health ministries, public health administration; institution capacity building and advice; medical insurance programmes; including health system strengthening and health governance; unspecified health activities. 121
12181 Medical education/training Medical education and training for tertiary level services. 121
12182 Medical research General medical research (excluding basic health research and research for prevention and control of NCDs (12382)). 121
12191 Medical services Laboratories, specialised clinics and hospitals (including equipment and supplies); ambulances; dental services; medical rehabilitation. Excludes noncommunicable diseases (123xx). 121
12220 Basic health care Basic and primary health care programmes; paramedical and nursing care programmes; supply of drugs, medicines and vaccines related to basic health care; activities aimed at achieving universal health coverage. 122
12230 Basic health infrastructure District-level hospitals, clinics and dispensaries and related medical equipment; excluding specialised hospitals and clinics (12191). 122
12240 Basic nutrition Micronutrient deficiency identification and supplementation; Infant and young child feeding promotion including exclusive breastfeeding; Non-emergency management of acute malnutrition and other targeted feeding programs (including complementary feeding); Staple food fortification including salt iodization; Nutritional status monitoring and national nutrition surveillance; Research, capacity building, policy development, monitoring and evaluation in support of these interventions. Use code 11250 for school feeding and 43072 for household food security. 122
12250 Infectious disease control Immunisation; prevention and control of infectious and parasite diseases, except malaria (12262), tuberculosis (12263), HIV/AIDS and other STDs (13040). It includes diarrheal diseases, vector-borne diseases (e.g. river blindness and guinea worm), viral diseases, mycosis, helminthiasis, zoonosis, diseases by other bacteria and viruses, pediculosis, etc. 122
12261 Health education Information, education and training of the population for improving health knowledge and practices; public health and awareness campaigns; promotion of improved personal hygiene practices, including use of sanitation facilities and handwashing with soap. 122
12262 Malaria control Prevention and control of malaria. 122
12263 Tuberculosis control Immunisation, prevention and control of tuberculosis. 122
12281 Health personnel development Training of health staff for basic health care services. 122
12310 NCDs control, general Programmes for the prevention and control of NCDs which cannot be broken down into the codes below. 123
12320 Tobacco use control Population/individual measures and interventions to reduce all forms of tobacco use in any form. Includes activities related to the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, including specific high-impact demand reduction measures for effective tobacco control. 123
12330 Control of harmful use of alcohol and drugs Prevention and reduction of harmful use of alcohol and psychoactive drugs; development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of prevention and treatment strategies, programmes and interventions; early identification and management of health conditions caused by use of alcohol and drugs [excluding narcotics traffic control (16063)]. 123
12340 Promotion of mental health and well-being Promotion of programmes and interventions which support mental health and well-being resiliency; prevention, care and support to individuals vulnerable to suicide. Excluding treatment of addiction to tobacco, alcohol and drugs (included in codes 12320 and 12330). 123
12350 Other prevention and treatment of NCDs Population/individual measures to reduce exposure to unhealthy diets and physical inactivity and to strengthen capacity for prevention, early detection, treatment and sustained management of NCDs including: Cardiovascular disease control: Prevention, screening and treatment of cardiovascular diseases (including hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, ischaemic heart diseases, stroke, rheumatic heart disease, congenital heart disease, heart failure, etc.). Diabetes control: Prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and management of complications from all types of diabetes. Exposure to physical inactivity: Promotion of physical activity through supportive built environment (urban design, transport), sports, health care, schools and community programmes and mass media campaign. Exposure to unhealthy diet: Programmes and interventions that promote healthy diet through reduced consumption of salt, sugar and fats and increased consumption of fruits and vegetables e.g. food reformulation, nutrient labelling, food taxes, marketing restriction on unhealthy foods, nutrition education and counselling, and settings-based interventions (schools, workplaces, villages, communities). Cancer control: Prevention (including immunisation, HPV and HBV), early diagnosis (including pathology), screening, treatment (e.g. radiotherapy, chemotherapy, surgery) and palliative care for all types of cancers. Implementation, maintenance and improvement of cancer registries are also included. Chronic respiratory diseases: Prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of chronic respiratory diseases, including asthma. Excludes: Tobacco use control (12320), Control of harmful use of alcohol and drugs (12330), research for the prevention and control of NCDs (12382). 123
12382 Research for prevention and control of NCDs Research to enhance understanding of NCDs, their risk factors, epidemiology, social determinants and economic impact; translational and implementation research to enhance operationalisation of cost-effective strategies to prevent and control NCDs; surveillance and monitoring of NCD mortality, morbidity, risk factor exposures, and national capacity to prevent and control NCDs. 123
13010 Population policy and administrative management Population/development policies; census work, vital registration; demographic research/analysis; reproductive health research; unspecified population activities. (Use purpose code 15190 for data on migration and refugees.) 130
13020 Reproductive health care Promotion of reproductive health; prenatal and postnatal care including delivery; prevention and treatment of infertility; prevention and management of consequences of abortion; safe motherhood activities. 130
13030 Family planning Family planning services including counselling; information, education and communication (IEC) activities; delivery of contraceptives; capacity building and training. 130
13040 STD control including HIV/AIDS All activities related to sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS control e.g. information, education and communication; testing; prevention; treatment, care. 130
13081 Personnel development for population and reproductive health Education and training of health staff for population and reproductive health care services. 130
14010 Water sector policy and administrative management Water sector policy and governance, including legislation, regulation, planning and management as well as transboundary management of water; institutional capacity development; activities supporting the Integrated Water Resource Management approach (IWRM: see box below). 140
14015 Water resources conservation (including data collection) Collection and usage of quantitative and qualitative data on water resources; creation and sharing of water knowledge; conservation and rehabilitation of inland surface waters (rivers, lakes etc.), ground water and coastal waters; prevention of water contamination. 140
14020 Water supply and sanitation - large systems Programmes where components according to 14021 and 14022 cannot be identified. When components are known, they should individually be reported under their respective purpose codes: water supply [14021], sanitation [14022], and hygiene [12261]. 140
14021 Water supply - large systems Potable water treatment plants; intake works; storage; water supply pumping stations; large scale transmission / conveyance and distribution systems. 140
14022 Sanitation - large systems Large scale sewerage including trunk sewers and sewage pumping stations; domestic and industrial waste water treatment plants. 140
14030 Basic drinking water supply and basic sanitation Programmes where components according to 14031 and 14032 cannot be identified. When components are known, they should individually be reported under their respective purpose codes: water supply [14031], sanitation [14032], and hygiene [12261]. 140
14031 Basic drinking water supply Rural water supply schemes using handpumps, spring catchments, gravity-fed systems, rainwater collection and fog harvesting, storage tanks, small distribution systems typically with shared connections/points of use. Urban schemes using handpumps and local neighbourhood networks including those with shared connections. 140
14032 Basic sanitation Latrines, on-site disposal and alternative sanitation systems, including the promotion of household and community investments in the construction of these facilities. (Use code 12261 for activities promoting improved personal hygiene practices.) 140
14040 River basins development Infrastructure-focused integrated river basin projects and related institutional activities; river flow control; dams and reservoirs [excluding dams primarily for irrigation (31140) and hydropower (23220) and activities related to river transport (21040)]. 140
14050 Waste management/disposal Municipal and industrial solid waste management, including hazardous and toxic waste; collection, disposal and treatment; landfill areas; composting and reuse. 140
14081 Education and training in water supply and sanitation Education and training for sector professionals and service providers. 140
15110 Public sector policy and administrative management Institution-building assistance to strengthen core public sector management systems and capacities. This includes general public policy management, co-ordination, planning and reform; human resource management; organisational development; civil service reform; e-government; development planning, monitoring and evaluation; support to ministries involved in aid co-ordination; other ministries and government departments when sector cannot be specified. (Use specific sector codes for development of systems and capacities in sector ministries. For macro-economic policy use code 15142. For public procurement use code 15125.) 151
15111 Public finance management (PFM) Fiscal policy and planning; support to ministries of finance; strengthening financial and managerial accountability; public expenditure management; improving financial management systems; budget drafting; inter-governmental fiscal relations, public audit, public debt. (Use code 15114 for domestic revenue mobilisation and code 33120 for customs). 151
15112 Decentralisation and support to subnational government Decentralisation processes (including political, administrative and fiscal dimensions); intergovernmental relations and federalism; strengthening departments of regional and local government, regional and local authorities and their national associations. (Use specific sector codes for decentralisation of sector management and services.) 151
15113 Anti-corruption organisations and institutions Specialised organisations, institutions and frameworks for the prevention of and combat against corruption, bribery, money-laundering and other aspects of organised crime, with or without law enforcement powers, e.g. anti-corruption commissions and monitoring bodies, special investigation services, institutions and initiatives of integrity and ethics oversight, specialised NGOs, other civil society and citizens’ organisations directly concerned with corruption. 151
15114 Domestic revenue mobilisation Support to domestic revenue mobilisation/tax policy, analysis and administration as well as non-tax public revenue, which includes work with ministries of finance, line ministries, revenue authorities or other local, regional or national public bodies. (Use code 16010 for social security and other social protection.) 151
15116 Tax collection Operation of the inland revenue authority. 151
15117 Budget planning Operation of the budget office and planning as part of the budget process. 151
15118 National audit Operation of the accounting and audit services. 151
15119 Debt and aid management Management of public debt and foreign aid received (in the partner country). For reporting on debt reorganisation, use codes 600xx. 151
15121 Foreign affairs Administration of external affairs and services. 151
15122 Diplomatic missions Operation of diplomatic and consular missions stationed abroad or at offices of international organisations. 151
15123 Administration of developing countries’ foreign aid Support to administration of developing countries’ foreign aid (including triangular and south-south cooperation). 151
15124 General personnel services Administration and operation of the civil service including policies, procedures and regulations. 151
15125 Public Procurement Support to public procurement, including to create and evaluate legal frameworks; advice in establishing strategic orientation of public procurement policies and reforms; advice in designing public procurement systems and processes; support to public procurement institutions (including electronic procurement) as well as structures or initiatives to assess public procurement systems; and development of professional capacity of public procurement bodies and staff. 151
15126 Other general public services Maintenance and storage of government records and archives, operation of government-owned or occupied buildings, central motor vehicle pools, government-operated printing offices, centralised computer and data processing services, etc. 151
15127 National monitoring and evaluation Operation or support of institutions providing national monitoring and evaluation. 151
15128 Local government finance Financial transfers to local government; support to institutions managing such transfers. (Use specific sector codes for sector-related transfers.) 151
15129 Other central transfers to institutions Transfers to non sector-specific autonomous bodies or state-owned enterprises outside of local government finance; support to institutions managing such transfers. (Use specific sector codes for sector-related transfers.) 151
15130 Legal and judicial development Support to institutions, systems and procedures of the justice sector, both formal and informal; support to ministries of justice, the interior and home affairs; judges and courts; legal drafting services; bar and lawyers associations; professional legal education; maintenance of law and order and public safety; border management; law enforcement agencies, police, prisons and their supervision; ombudsmen; alternative dispute resolution, arbitration and mediation; legal aid and counsel; traditional, indigenous and paralegal practices that fall outside the formal legal system. Measures that support the improvement of legal frameworks, constitutions, laws and regulations; legislative and constitutional drafting and review; legal reform; integration of formal and informal systems of law. Public legal education; dissemination of information on entitlements and remedies for injustice; awareness campaigns. (Use codes 152xx for activities that are primarily aimed at supporting security system reform or undertaken in connection with post-conflict and peace building activities. Use code 15130 for capacity building in border management related to migration.) 151
15131 Justice, law and order policy, planning and administration Judicial law and order sectors; policy development within ministries of justice or equivalents. 151
15132 Police Police affairs and services. 151
15133 Fire and rescue services Fire-prevention and fire-fighting affairs and services. 151
15134 Judicial affairs Civil and criminal law courts and the judicial system, including enforcement of fines and legal settlements imposed by the courts and operation of parole and probation systems. 151
15135 Ombudsman Independent service representing the interests of the public by investigating and addressing complaints of unfair treatment or maladministration. 151
15136 Immigration Immigration affairs and services, including alien registration, issuing work and travel documents to immigrants. 151
15137 Prisons   151
15142 Macroeconomic policy Support to macroeconomic stability, debt sustainability and structural reforms. Includes technical assistance for strategic formulation of policies, laws and regulation; capacity building to enhance public sector development; policy-based funding. For fiscal policy and domestic revenue mobilisation use codes 15111 and 15114. 151
15143 Meteorological services Operation or support of institutions dealing with weather forecasting. 151
15144 National standards development Operation or support of institutions dealing with national standards development. (Use code 16062 for statistical capacity-building.) 151
15150 Democratic participation and civil society Support to the exercise of democracy and diverse forms of participation of citizens beyond elections (15151); direct democracy instruments such as referenda and citizens’ initiatives; support to organisations to represent and advocate for their members, to monitor, engage and hold governments to account, and to help citizens learn to act in the public sphere; curricula and teaching for civic education at various levels. (This purpose code is restricted to activities targeting governance issues. When assistance to civil society is for non-governance purposes use other appropriate purpose codes.) 151
15151 Elections Electoral management bodies and processes, election observation, voters’ education. (Use code 15230 when in the context of an international peacekeeping operation.) 151
15152 Legislatures and political parties Assistance to strengthen key functions of legislatures/ parliaments including subnational assemblies and councils (representation; oversight; legislation), such as improving the capacity of legislative bodies, improving legislatures’ committees and administrative procedures,; research and information management systems; providing training programmes for legislators and support personnel. Assistance to political parties and strengthening of party systems. 151
15153 Media and free flow of information Activities that support free and uncensored flow of information on public issues; activities that increase the editorial and technical skills and the integrity of the print and broadcast media, e.g. training of journalists. (Use codes 22010-22040 for provision of equipment and capital assistance to media.) 151
15154 Executive office Administration, operation or support of executive office. Includes office of the chief executive at all levels of government (monarch, governor-general, president, prime minister, governor, mayor, etc.). 151
15155 Tax policy and administration support   151
15156 Other non-tax revenue mobilisation Non-tax public revenue, which includes line ministries, revenue authorities or other local, regional or national public bodies. 151
15160 Human rights Measures to support specialised official human rights institutions and mechanisms at universal, regional, national and local levels in their statutory roles to promote and protect civil and political, economic, social and cultural rights as defined in international conventions and covenants; translation of international human rights commitments into national legislation; reporting and follow-up; human rights dialogue. Human rights defenders and human rights NGOs; human rights advocacy, activism, mobilisation; awareness raising and public human rights education. Human rights programming targeting specific groups, e.g. children, persons with disabilities, migrants, ethnic, religious, linguistic and sexual minorities, indigenous people and those suffering from caste discrimination, victims of trafficking, victims of torture. (Use code 15230 when in the context of a peacekeeping operation and code 15180 for ending violence against women and girls. Use code 15190 for human rights programming for refugees or migrants, including when they are victims of trafficking.Use code 16070 for Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, i.e. Child Labour, Forced Labour, Non-discrimination in employment and occupation, Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining.) 151
15170 Women’s equality organisations and institutions Support for institutions and organisations (governmental and non-governmental) working for gender equality and women’s empowerment. 151
15180 Ending violence against women and girls Support to programmes designed to prevent and eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls/gender-based violence. This encompasses a broad range of forms of physical, sexual and psychological violence including but not limited to: intimate partner violence (domestic violence); sexual violence; female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C); child, early and forced marriage; acid throwing; honour killings; and trafficking of women and girls. Prevention activities may include efforts to empower women and girls; change attitudes, norms and behaviour; adopt and enact legal reforms; and strengthen implementation of laws and policies on ending violence against women and girls, including through strengthening institutional capacity. Interventions to respond to violence against women and girls/gender-based violence may include expanding access to services including legal assistance, psychosocial counselling and health care; training personnel to respond more effectively to the needs of survivors; and ensuring investigation, prosecution and punishment of perpetrators of violence. 151
15185 Local government administration Decentralisation processes (including political, administrative and fiscal dimensions); intergovernmental relations and federalism; strengthening local authorities. 151
15190 Facilitation of orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility Assistance to developing countries that facilitates the orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people. This includes:• Capacity building in migration and mobility policy, analysis, planning and management. This includes support to facilitate safe and regular migration and address irregular migration, engagement with diaspora and programmes enhancing the development impact of remittances and/or their use for developmental projects in developing countries.• Measures to improve migrant labour recruitment systems in developing countries.• Capacity building for strategy and policy development as well as legal and judicial development (including border management) in developing countries. This includes support to address and reduce vulnerabilities in migration, and strengthen the transnational response to smuggling of migrants and preventing and combating trafficking in human beings.• Support to effective strategies to ensure international protection and the right to asylum.• Support to effective strategies to ensure access to justice and assistance for displaced persons.• Assistance to migrants for their safe, dignified, informed and voluntary return to their country of origin (covers only returns from another developing country; assistance to forced returns is excluded from ODA).• Assistance to migrants for their sustainable reintegration in their country of origin (use code 93010 for pre-departure assistance provided in donor countries in the context of voluntary returns). Activities that pursue first and foremost providers’ interest are excluded from ODA. Activities addressing the root causes of forced displacement and irregular migration should not be coded here, but under their relevant sector of intervention. In addition, use code 15136 for support to countries’ authorities for immigration affairs and services (optional), code 24050 for programmes aiming at reducing the sending costs of remittances, code 72010 for humanitarian aspects of assistance to refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) such as delivery of emergency services and humanitarian protection. Use code 93010 when expenditure is for the temporary sustenance of refugees in the donor country, including for their voluntary return and for their reintegration when support is provided in a donor country in connection with the return from that donor country (i.e. pre-departure assistance), or voluntary resettlement in a third developed country. 151
15210 Security system management and reform Technical co-operation provided to parliament, government ministries, law enforcement agencies and the judiciary to assist review and reform of the security system to improve democratic governance and civilian control; technical co-operation provided to government to improve civilian oversight and democratic control of budgeting, management, accountability and auditing of security expenditure, including military budgets, as part of a public expenditure management programme; assistance to civil society to enhance its competence and capacity to scrutinise the security system so that it is managed in accordance with democratic norms and principles of accountability, transparency and good governance. [Other than in the context of an international peacekeeping operation (15230)]. 152
15220 Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution Support for civilian activities related to peace building, conflict prevention and resolution, including capacity building, monitoring, dialogue and information exchange. Bilateral participation in international civilian peace missions such as those conducted by the UN Department of Political Affairs (UNDPA) or the European Union (European Security and Defence Policy), and contributions to civilian peace funds or commissions (e.g. Peacebuilding Commission, Peacebuilding thematic window of the MDG achievement fund etc.). The contributions can take the form of financing or provision of equipment or civilian or military personnel (e.g. for training civilians).(Use code 15230 for bilateral participation in international peacekeeping operations). 152
15230 Participation in international peacekeeping operations Bilateral participation in peacekeeping operations mandated or authorised by the United Nations (UN) through Security Council resolutions, and conducted by international organisations, e.g. UN, NATO, the European Union (Security and Defence Policy security-related operations), or regional groupings of developing countries. Direct contributions to the UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations (UNDPKO) budget are excluded from bilateral ODA (they are reportable in part as multilateral ODA, see Annex 9). The activities that can be reported as bilateral ODA under this code are limited to: human rights and election monitoring; reintegration of demobilised soldiers; rehabilitation of basic national infrastructure; monitoring or retraining of civil administrators and police forces; security sector reform and other rule of law-related activities; training in customs and border control procedures; advice or training in fiscal or macroeconomic stabilisation policy; repatriation and demobilisation of armed factions, and disposal of their weapons; explosive mine removal. The enforcement aspects of international peacekeeping operations are not reportable as ODA. ODA-eligible bilateral participation in peacekeeping operations can take the form of financing or provision of equipment or military or civilian personnel (e.g. police officers). The reportable cost is calculated as the excess over what the personnel and equipment would have cost to maintain had they not been assigned to take part in a peace operation. Costs for military contingents participating in UNDPKO peacekeeping operations are not reportable as ODA. International peacekeeping operations may include humanitarian-type activities (contributions to the form of equipment or personnel), as described in codes 7xxxx. These should be included under code 15230 if they are an integrated part of the activities above, otherwise they should be reported as humanitarian aid. NB: When using this code, indicate the name of the operation in the short description of the activity reported. 152
15240 Reintegration and SALW control Reintegration of demobilised military personnel into the economy; conversion of production facilities from military to civilian outputs; technical co-operation to control, prevent and/or reduce the proliferation of small arms and light weapons (SALW) – see para. 80 of the Directives for definition of SALW activities covered. [Other than in the context of an international peacekeeping operation (15230) or child soldiers (15261)]. 152
15250 Removal of land mines and explosive remnants of war All activities related to land mines and explosive remnants of war which have benefits to developing countries as their main objective, including removal of land mines and explosive remnants of war, and stockpile destruction for developmental purposes [other than in the context of an international peacekeeping operation (15230)]; risk education and awareness raising; rehabilitation, reintegration and assistance to victims, and research and development on demining and clearance. Only activities for civilian purposes are ODA-eligible. 152
15261 Child soldiers (prevention and demobilisation) Technical co-operation provided to government – and assistance to civil society organisations – to support and apply legislation designed to prevent the recruitment of child soldiers, and to demobilise, disarm, reintegrate, repatriate and resettle (DDR) child soldiers. 152
16010 Social Protection Social protection or social security strategies, legislation and administration; institution capacity building and advice; social security and other social schemes; support programmes, cash benefits, pensions and special programmes for older persons, orphans, persons with disabilities, children, mothers with newborns, those living in poverty, without jobs and other vulnerable groups; social dimensions of structural adjustment. 160
16011 Social protection and welfare services policy, planning and administration Administration of overall social protection policies, plans, programmes and budgets including legislation, standards and statistics on social protection. 160
16012 Social security (excl pensions) Social protection shemes in the form of cash or in-kind benefits to people unable to work due to sickness or injury. 160
16013 General pensions Social protection schemes in the form of cash or in-kind benefits, including pensions, against the risks linked to old age. 160
16014 Civil service pensions Pension schemes for government personnel. 160
16015 Social services (incl youth development and women+ children) Social protection schemes in the form of cash or in-kind benefits to households with dependent children, including parental leave benefits. 160
16020 Employment creation Employment policy and planning; institution capacity building and advice; employment creation and income generation programmes; including activities specifically designed for the needs of vulnerable groups. 160
16030 Housing policy and administrative management Housing sector policy, planning and programmes; excluding low-cost housing and slum clearance (16040). 160
16040 Low-cost housing Including slum clearance. 160
16050 Multisector aid for basic social services Basic social services are defined to include basic education, basic health, basic nutrition, population/reproductive health and basic drinking water supply and basic sanitation. 160
16061 Culture and recreation Including libraries and museums. 160
16062 Statistical capacity building Both in national statistical offices and any other government ministries. 160
16063 Narcotics control In-country and customs controls including training of the police; educational programmes and awareness campaigns to restrict narcotics traffic and in-country distribution. ODA recording of narcotics control expenditures is limited to activities that focus on economic development and welfare including alternative development programmes and crop substitution (see 31165 and 43050). Activities by the donor country to interdict drug supplies destroy crops or train or finance military personnel in anti-narcotics activities are not reportable. 160
16064 Social mitigation of HIV/AIDS Special programmes to address the consequences of HIV/AIDS, e.g. social, legal and economic assistance to people living with HIV/AIDS including food security and employment; support to vulnerable groups and children orphaned by HIV/AIDS; human rights of HIV/AIDS affected people. 160
16065 Recreation and sport   160
16066 Culture   160
16070 Labour Rights Advocacy for international labour standards, labour law, fundamental principles and rights at work (child labour, forced labour, non-discrimination in the workplace, freedom of association and collective bargaining); formalisation of informal work, occupational safety and health. 160
16080 Social Dialogue Capacity building and advice in support of social dialogue; support to social dialogue institutions, bodies and mechanisms; capacity building of workers’ and employers’ organisations. 160
21010 Transport policy and administrative management Transport sector policy, planning and programmes; aid to transport ministries; institution capacity building and advice; unspecified transport; activities that combine road, rail, water and/or air transport. Includes prevention of road accidents. Whenever possible, report transport of goods under the sector of the good being transported. 210
21011 Transport policy, planning and administration Administration of affairs and services concerning transport systems. 210
21012 Public transport services Administration of affairs and services concerning public transport. 210
21013 Transport regulation Supervision and regulation of users, operations, construction and maintenance of transport systems (registration, licensing, inspection of equipment, operator skills and training; safety standards, franchises, tariffs, levels of service, etc.). 210
21020 Road transport Road infrastructure, road vehicles; passenger road transport, motor passenger cars. 210
21021 Feeder road construction Construction or operation of feeder road transport systems and facilities. 210
21022 Feeder road maintenance Maintenance of feeder road transport systems and facilities. 210
21023 National road construction Construction or operation of national road transport systems and facilities. 210
21024 National road maintenance Maintenance of national road transport systems and facilities. 210
21030 Rail transport Rail infrastructure, rail equipment, locomotives, other rolling stock; including light rail (tram) and underground systems. 210
21040 Water transport Harbours and docks, harbour guidance systems, ships and boats; river and other inland water transport, inland barges and vessels. 210
21050 Air transport Airports, airport guidance systems, aeroplanes, aeroplane maintenance equipment. 210
21061 Storage Whether or not related to transportation. Whenever possible, report storage projects under the sector of the resource being stored. 210
21081 Education and training in transport and storage   210
22010 Communications policy and administrative management Communications sector policy, planning and programmes; institution capacity building and advice; including postal services development; unspecified communications activities. 220
22011 Communications policy, planning and administration   220
22012 Postal services Development and operation of postal services. 220
22013 Information services Provision of information services. 220
22020 Telecommunications Telephone networks, telecommunication satellites, earth stations. 220
22030 Radio/television/print media Radio and TV links, equipment; newspapers; printing and publishing. 220
22040 Information and communication technology (ICT) Computer hardware and software; internet access; IT training. When sector cannot be specified. 220
23110 Energy policy and administrative management Energy sector policy, planning; aid to energy ministries; institution capacity building and advice; unspecified energy activities. 231
23111 Energy sector policy, planning and administration   231
23112 Energy regulation Regulation of the energy sector, including wholesale and retail electricity provision. 231
23181 Energy education/training All levels of training not included elsewhere. 231
23182 Energy research Including general inventories, surveys. 231
23183 Energy conservation and demand-side efficiency All projects in support of energy demand reduction, e.g. building and industry upgrades, smart grids, metering and tariffs. Also includes efficient cook-stoves and biogas projects. 231
23210 Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies Renewable energy generation programmes that cannot be attributed to one single technology (codes 23220 through 23280 below). Fuelwood/charcoal production should be included under forestry 31261. 232
23220 Hydro-electric power plants Including energy generating river barges. 232
23230 Solar energy Including photo-voltaic cells, solar thermal applications and solar heating. 232
23240 Wind energy Wind energy for water lifting and electric power generation. 232
23250 Marine energy Including ocean thermal energy conversion, tidal and wave power. 232
23260 Geothermal energy Use of geothermal energy for generating electric power or directly as heat for agriculture, etc. 232
23270 Biofuel-fired power plants Use of solids and liquids produced from biomass for direct power generation. Also includes biogases from anaerobic fermentation (e.g. landfill gas, sewage sludge gas, fermentation of energy crops and manure) and thermal processes (also known as syngas); waste-fired power plants making use of biodegradable municipal waste (household waste and waste from companies and public services that resembles household waste, collected at installations specifically designed for their disposal with recovery of combustible liquids, gases or heat). See code 23360 for non- renewable waste-fired power plants. 232
23310 Energy generation, non-renewable sources, unspecified Thermal power plants including when energy source cannot be determined; combined gas-coal power plants. 233
23320 Coal-fired electric power plants Thermal electric power plants that use coal as the energy source. 233
23330 Oil-fired electric power plants Thermal electric power plants that use fuel oil or diesel fuel as the energy source. 233
23340 Natural gas-fired electric power plants Electric power plants that are fuelled by natural gas. 233
23350 Fossil fuel electric power plants with carbon capture and storage (CCS) Fossil fuel electric power plants employing technologies to capture carbon dioxide emissions. CCS not related to power plants should be included under 41020. CCS activities are not reportable as ODA. 233
23360 Non-renewable waste-fired electric power plants Electric power plants that use non-biodegradable industrial and municipal waste as the energy source. 233
23410 Hybrid energy electric power plants Electric power plants that make use of both non-renewable and renewable energy sources. 234
23510 Nuclear energy electric power plants Including nuclear safety. 235
23610 Heat plants Power plants which are designed to produce heat only. 236
23620 District heating and cooling Distribution of heat generated in a centralised location, or delivery of chilled water, for residential and commercial heating or cooling purposes. 236
23630 Electric power transmission and distribution Grid distribution from power source to end user; transmission lines. Also includes storage of energy to generate power (e.g. pumped hydro, batteries) and the extension of grid access, often to rural areas. 236
23640 Gas distribution Delivery for use by ultimate consumer. 236
24010 Financial policy and administrative management Finance sector policy, planning and programmes; institution capacity building and advice; financial markets and systems. 240
24020 Monetary institutions Central banks. 240
24030 Formal sector financial intermediaries All formal sector financial intermediaries; credit lines; insurance, leasing, venture capital, etc. (except when focused on only one sector). 240
24040 Informal/semi-formal financial intermediaries Micro credit, savings and credit co-operatives etc. 240
24050 Remittance facilitation, promotion and optimisation Includes programmes aiming at reducing the sending costs of remittances. 240
24081 Education/training in banking and financial services   240
25010 Business Policy and Administration Public sector policies and institution support to the business environment and investment climate, including business regulations, property rights, non-discrimination, investment promotion, competition policy, enterprises law, private-public partnerships. 250
25020 Privatisation When sector cannot be specified. Including general state enterprise restructuring or demonopolisation programmes; planning, programming, advice. 250
25030 Business development services Public and private provision of business development services, e.g. incubators, business strategies, commercial linkages programmes and matchmaking services. Includes support to private organisations representing businesses, e.g. business associations; chambers of commerce; producer associations; providers of know-how and other business development services. For financial services use CRS codes 24030 or 24040. For SME development and for support to companies in the industrial sector use codes 32130 through 32172. For support to companies in the agricultural sector use code 31120. 250
25040 Responsible Business Conduct Support to policy reform, implementation and enforcement of responsible business conduct (RBC) principles and standards as well as facilitation of responsible business practices by companies. Includes establishing and enforcing a legal and regulatory framework to protect stakeholder rights and the environment, rewarding best performers; exemplifying RBC in government economic activities, such as state-owned enterprises’ operations or public procurement; support to the implementation of the OECD Guidelines for MNEs, including disclosure, human rights, employment and industrial relations, environment, combating bribery, consumer interests, science and technology, competition and taxation. 250
31110 Agricultural policy and administrative management Agricultural sector policy, planning and programmes; aid to agricultural ministries; institution capacity building and advice; unspecified agriculture. 311
31120 Agricultural development Integrated projects; farm development. 311
31130 Agricultural land resources Including soil degradation control; soil improvement; drainage of water logged areas; soil desalination; agricultural land surveys; land reclamation; erosion control, desertification control. 311
31140 Agricultural water resources Irrigation, reservoirs, hydraulic structures, ground water exploitation for agricultural use. 311
31150 Agricultural inputs Supply of seeds, fertilizers, agricultural machinery/equipment. 311
31161 Food crop production Including grains (wheat, rice, barley, maize, rye, oats, millet, sorghum); horticulture; vegetables; fruit and berries; other annual and perennial crops. [Use code 32161 for agro-industries.] 311
31162 Industrial crops/export crops Including sugar; coffee, cocoa, tea; oil seeds, nuts, kernels; fibre crops; tobacco; rubber. [Use code 32161 for agro-industries.] 311
31163 Livestock Animal husbandry; animal feed aid. 311
31164 Agrarian reform Including agricultural sector adjustment. 311
31165 Agricultural alternative development Projects to reduce illicit drug cultivation through other agricultural marketing and production opportunities (see code 43050 for non-agricultural alternative development). 311
31166 Agricultural extension Non-formal training in agriculture. 311
31181 Agricultural education/training   311
31182 Agricultural research Plant breeding, physiology, genetic resources, ecology, taxonomy, disease control, agricultural bio-technology; including livestock research (animal health, breeding and genetics, nutrition, physiology). 311
31191 Agricultural services Marketing policies & organisation; storage and transportation, creation of strategic reserves. 311
31192 Plant and post-harvest protection and pest control Including integrated plant protection, biological plant protection activities, supply and management of agrochemicals, supply of pesticides, plant protection policy and legislation. 311
31193 Agricultural financial services Financial intermediaries for the agricultural sector including credit schemes; crop insurance. 311
31194 Agricultural co-operatives Including farmers’ organisations. 311
31195 Livestock/veterinary services Animal health and management, genetic resources, feed resources. 311
31210 Forestry policy and administrative management Forestry sector policy, planning and programmes; institution capacity building and advice; forest surveys; unspecified forestry and agro-forestry activities. 312
31220 Forestry development Afforestation for industrial and rural consumption; exploitation and utilisation; erosion control, desertification control; integrated forestry projects. 312
31261 Fuelwood/charcoal Forestry development whose primary purpose is production of fuelwood and charcoal. 312
31281 Forestry education/training   312
31282 Forestry research Including artificial regeneration, genetic improvement, production methods, fertilizer, harvesting. 312
31291 Forestry services   312
31310 Fishing policy and administrative management Fishing sector policy, planning and programmes; institution capacity building and advice; ocean and coastal fishing; marine and freshwater fish surveys and prospecting; fishing boats/equipment; unspecified fishing activities. 313
31320 Fishery development Exploitation and utilisation of fisheries; fish stock protection; aquaculture; integrated fishery projects. 313
31381 Fishery education/training   313
31382 Fishery research Pilot fish culture; marine/freshwater biological research. 313
31391 Fishery services Fishing harbours; fish markets; fishery transport and cold storage. 313
32110 Industrial policy and administrative management Industrial sector policy, planning and programmes; institution capacity building and advice; unspecified industrial activities; manufacturing of goods not specified below. 321
32120 Industrial development   321
32130 Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) development Direct support to improve the productive capacity and business management of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in the industrial sector, including accounting, auditing, advisory services, technological transfer and skill upgrading. For business policy and institutional support use code 25010. For business development services through business intermediary organisations (e.g. business associations; chambers of commerce; producer associations; incubators; providers of know-how and other business development services) use CRS code 250xx. For farm and agricultural development use code 31120. 321
32140 Cottage industries and handicraft   321
32161 Agro-industries Staple food processing, dairy products, slaughter houses and equipment, meat and fish processing and preserving, oils/fats, sugar refineries, beverages/tobacco, animal feeds production. 321
32162 Forest industries Wood production, pulp/paper production. 321
32163 Textiles, leather and substitutes Including knitting factories. 321
32164 Chemicals Industrial and non-industrial production facilities; includes pesticides production. 321
32165 Fertilizer plants   321
32166 Cement/lime/plaster   321
32167 Energy manufacturing Including gas liquefaction; petroleum refineries. 321
32168 Pharmaceutical production Medical equipment/supplies; drugs, medicines, vaccines; hygienic products. 321
32169 Basic metal industries Iron and steel, structural metal production. 321
32170 Non-ferrous metal industries   321
32171 Engineering Manufacturing of electrical and non-electrical machinery, engines/turbines. 321
32172 Transport equipment industry Shipbuilding, fishing boats building; railroad equipment; motor vehicles and motor passenger cars; aircraft; navigation/guidance systems. 321
32182 Technological research and development Including industrial standards; quality management; metrology; testing; accreditation; certification. 321
32210 Mineral/mining policy and administrative management Mineral and mining sector policy, planning and programmes; mining legislation, mining cadastre, mineral resources inventory, information systems, institution capacity building and advice; unspecified mineral resources exploitation. 322
32220 Mineral prospection and exploration Geology, geophysics, geochemistry; excluding hydrogeology (14010) and environmental geology (41010), mineral extraction and processing, infrastructure, technology, economics, safety and environment management. 322
32261 Coal Including lignite and peat. 322
32262 Oil and gas Petroleum, natural gas, condensates, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG); including drilling and production, and oil and gas pipelines. 322
32263 Ferrous metals Iron and ferro-alloy metals. 322
32264 Nonferrous metals Aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, zinc. 322
32265 Precious metals/materials Gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, gemstones. 322
32266 Industrial minerals Baryte, limestone, feldspar, kaolin, sand, gypsym, gravel, ornamental stones. 322
32267 Fertilizer minerals Phosphates, potash. 322
32268 Offshore minerals Polymetallic nodules, phosphorites, marine placer deposits. 322
32310 Construction policy and administrative management Construction sector policy and planning; excluding construction activities within specific sectors (e.g., hospital or school construction). 323
33110 Trade policy and administrative management Trade policy and planning; support to ministries and departments responsible for trade policy; trade-related legislation and regulatory reforms; policy analysis and implementation of multilateral trade agreements e.g. technical barriers to trade and sanitary and phytosanitary measures (TBT/SPS) except at regional level (see 33130); mainstreaming trade in national development strategies (e.g. poverty reduction strategy papers); wholesale/retail trade; unspecified trade and trade promotion activities. 331
33120 Trade facilitation Simplification and harmonisation of international import and export procedures (e.g. customs valuation, licensing procedures, transport formalities, payments, insurance); support to customs departments and other border agencies, including in particular implementation of the provisions of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement; tariff reforms. 331
33130 Regional trade agreements (RTAs) Support to regional trade arrangements [e.g. Southern African Development Community (SADC), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), African Caribbean Pacific/European Union (ACP/EU)], including work on technical barriers to trade and sanitary and phytosanitary measures (TBT/SPS) at regional level; elaboration of rules of origin and introduction of special and differential treatment in RTAs. 331
33140 Multilateral trade negotiations Support developing countries’ effective participation in multilateral trade negotiations, including training of negotiators, assessing impacts of negotiations; accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and other multilateral trade-related organisations. 331
33150 Trade-related adjustment Contributions to the government budget to assist the implementation of recipients’ own trade reforms and adjustments to trade policy measures by other countries; assistance to manage shortfalls in the balance of payments due to changes in the world trading environment. 331
33181 Trade education/training Human resources development in trade not included under any of the above codes. Includes university programmes in trade. 331
33210 Tourism policy and administrative management   332
41010 Environmental policy and administrative management Environmental policy, laws, regulations and economic instruments; administrational institutions and practices; environmental and land use planning and decision-making procedures; seminars, meetings; miscellaneous conservation and protection measures not specified below. 410
41020 Biosphere protection Air pollution control, ozone layer preservation; marine pollution control. 410
41030 Bio-diversity Including natural reserves and actions in the surrounding areas; other measures to protect endangered or vulnerable species and their habitats (e.g. wetlands preservation). 410
41040 Site preservation Applies to unique cultural landscape; including sites/objects of historical, archeological, aesthetic, scientific or educational value. 410
41050 (withdrawn) Flood prevention/control Floods from rivers or the sea; including sea water intrusion control and sea level rise related activities. 410
41081 Environmental education/training   410
41082 Environmental research Including establishment of databases, inventories/accounts of physical and natural resources; environmental profiles and impact studies if not sector specific. 410
43010 Multisector aid   430
43030 Urban development and management Integrated urban development projects; local development and urban management; urban infrastructure and services; municipal finances; urban environmental management; urban development and planning; urban renewal and urban housing; land information systems. 430
43031 Urban land policy and management Urban development and planning; urban management, land information systems. 430
43032 Urban development Integrated urban development projects; local development; urban infrastructure and services; municipal finances; urban environment systems; urban renewal and urban housing. 430
43040 Rural development Integrated rural development projects; e.g. regional development planning; promotion of decentralised and multi-sectoral competence for planning, co-ordination and management; implementation of regional development and measures (including natural reserve management); land management; land use planning; land settlement and resettlement activities [excluding resettlement of refugees and internally displaced persons (72010)]; functional integration of rural and urban areas; geographical information systems. 430
43041 Rural land policy and management Regional development planning; promotion of decentralised and multi-sectoral competence for planning, co-ordination and management; land management; land use planning; geographical information systems. 430
43042 Rural development Integrated rural development projects; implementation of regional development and measures (including natural reserve management); land settlement and resettlement activities [excluding resettlement of refugees and internally displaced persons (72010)]; functional integration of rural and urban areas. 430
43050 Non-agricultural alternative development Projects to reduce illicit drug cultivation through, for example, non-agricultural income opportunities, social and physical infrastructure (see code 31165 for agricultural alternative development). 430
43060 Disaster Risk Reduction Disaster risk reduction activities if not sector specific. Comprises risk assessments, structural prevention measures (e.g. flood prevention infrastructure), preparedness measures (e.g. early warning systems) normative prevention measures (e.g. building codes, land-use planning), and risk transfer systems (e.g. insurance schemes, risk funds). Also includes building local and national capacities and supporting the establishment of efficient and sustainable national structures able to promote disaster risk reduction. 430
43071 Food security policy and administrative management Food security policy, programmes and activities; institution capacity strengthening; policies, programmes for the reduction of food loss/waste; food security information systems, data collection, statistics, analysis, tools, methods; coordination and governance mechanisms; other unspecified food security activities. 430
43072 Household food security programmes Short or longer term household food security programmes and activities that improve the access of households to nutritionally adequate diets (excluding any cash transfers within broader social welfare programmes that do not have a specific food security, food acquisition or nutrition focus which should be reported under code 16010). 430
43073 Food safety and quality Food safety and quality policies, programmes and activities, including food inspection and certification; strengthening food safety/quality capacities and development of standards along the value chain; monitoring/surveillance and laboratory capacities; and delivery of information, communication, education. 430
43081 Multisector education/training Including scholarships. 430
43082 Research/scientific institutions When sector cannot be identified. 430
51010 General budget support-related aid Unearmarked contributions to the government budget; support for the implementation of macroeconomic reforms (structural adjustment programmes, poverty reduction strategies); general programme assistance (when not allocable by sector). 510
52010 Food assistance Supply of edible human food under national or international programmes including transport costs, cash payments made for food supplies; project food assistance aid and food assistance aid for market sales when benefiting sector not specified. Excludes food security policy and administrative management (43071), household food security programmes (43072) and emergency food assistance aid (72040). Report as multilateral: i) food assistance aid by EU financed out of its budget and allocated pro rata to EU member countries; and ii) core contributions to the World Food Programme. 520
53030 Import support (capital goods) Capital goods and services; lines of credit. 530
53040 Import support (commodities) Commodities, general goods and services, oil imports. 530
60010 Action relating to debt Actions falling outside the code headings below. 600
60020 Debt forgiveness   600
60030 Relief of multilateral debt Grants or credits to cover debt owed to multilateral financial institutions; including contributions to Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Trust Fund. 600
60040 Rescheduling and refinancing   600
60061 Debt for development swap Allocation of debt claims to use for development (e.g., debt for education, debt for environment). 600
60062 Other debt swap Where the debt swap benefits an external agent i.e. is not specifically for development purposes. 600
60063 Debt buy-back Purchase of debt for the purpose of cancellation. 600
72010 Material relief assistance and services Shelter, water, sanitation, education, health services including supply of medicines and malnutrition management, and other nonfood relief items (including cash and voucher delivery modalities) for the benefit of crisisaffected people, including refugees and internally displaced people in developing countries, Includes assistance delivered by or coordinated by international civil protection units in the immediate aftermath of a disaster (in-kind assistance, deployment of specially-equipped teams, logistics and transportation, or assessment and coordination by experts sent to the field). Also includes measures to promote and protect the safety, well-being, dignity and integrity of crisis-affected people including refugees and internally displaced persons in developing countries. (Activities designed to protect the security of persons or properties through the use or display of force are not reportable as ODA.) 720
72040 Emergency food assistance Provision and distribution of food; cash and vouchers for the purchase of food; non-medical nutritional interventions for the benefit of crisis-affected people, including refugees and internally displaced people in developing countries in emergency situations. Includes logistical costs. Excludes non-emergency food assistance (52010), food security policy and administrative management (43071), household food programmes (43072) and medical nutrition interventions (therapeutic feeding) (72010). 720
72050 Relief co-ordination and support services Measures to co-ordinate the assessment and safe delivery of humanitarian aid, including logistic, transport and communication systems; direct financial or technical support to national governments of affected countries to manage a disaster situation; activities to build an evidence base for humanitarian financing and operations, sharing this information and developing standards and guidelines for more effective response; funding for identifying and sharing innovative and scalable solutions to deliver effective humanitarian assistance. 720
73010 Immediate post-emergency reconstruction and rehabilitation Social and economic rehabilitation in the aftermath of emergencies to facilitate recovery and resilience building and enable populations to restore their livelihoods in the wake of an emergency situation (e.g. trauma counselling and treatment, employment programmes). Includes infrastructure necessary for the delivery of humanitarian aid; restoring pre-existing essential infrastructure and facilities (e.g. water and sanitation, shelter, health care services, education); rehabilitation of basic agricultural inputs and livestock. Excludes longer-term reconstruction (“build back better”) which is reportable against relevant sectors. 730
74010 (withdrawn) Disaster prevention and preparedness Disaster risk reduction activities (e.g. developing knowledge, natural risks cartography, legal norms for construction); early warning systems; emergency contingency stocks and contingency planning including preparations for forced displacement. 740
74020 Multi-hazard response preparedness Building the responsiveness, capability and capacity of international, regional and national humanitarian actors to disasters. Support to the institutional capacities of national and local government, specialised humanitarian bodies, and civil society organisations to anticipate, respond and recover from the impact of potential, imminent and current hazardous events and emergency situations that pose humanitarian threats and could call for a humanitarian response. This includes risk analysis and assessment, mitigation, preparedness, such as stockpiling of emergency items and training and capacity building aimed to increase the speed and effectiveness of lifesaving assistance delivered in the occurrence of crisis. 740
91010 Administrative costs (non-sector allocable)   910
93010 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries (non-sector allocable) Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months, when costs cannot be disaggregated. See section II.6 and Annex 17. 930
93011 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - food and shelter Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months – food and shelter: - Food and other essential temporary sustenance provisions such as clothing. - Temporary accommodation facilities (e.g. reception centres, containers, tent camps). In respect of buildings, only the costs of maintenance and upkeep may be reported as ODA. The cost of renting temporary accommodation facilities is eligible. (All construction costs are excluded). 930
93012 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - training Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months – training: - Early childhood education, primary and secondary education for children (this includes school costs but excludes vocational training), as part of temporary sustenance. - Language training and other ad-hoc basic training for refugees e.g. basic life skills for youth and adults (literacy and numeracy training). 930
93013 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - health Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: basic health care and psycho-social support for persons with specific needs e.g. unaccompanied minors, persons with disabilities, survivors of violence and torture. 930
93014 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - other temporary sustenance Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: temporary sustenance other than food and shelter (code 93011), training (93012) and health (93013), i.e. cash “pocket money” to cover subsistence costs and assistance in the asylum procedure: translation of documents, legal and administrative counselling, interpretation services. 930
93015 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - voluntary repatriation Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: voluntary repatriation of refugees to a developing country during first twelve months. 930
93016 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - transport Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: transport to the host country in the case of resettlement programmes and transport within the host country. 930
93017 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - rescue at sea Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: rescue of refugees at sea when it is the main purpose of the operation. Only the additional costs related to the operation may be counted. 930
93018 Refugees/asylum seekers in donor countries - administrative costs Costs incurred in donor countries for basic assistance to asylum seekers and refugees from developing countries, up to 12 months: administrative costs. Only overhead costs attached to the direct provision of temporary sustenance to refugees are eligible. This includes costs of personnel assigned to provide eligible services to refugees, but does not include costs of personnel who are not involved in the direct execution of these services, e.g. management, human resources, information technology. 930
99810 Sectors not specified Contributions to general development of the recipient should be included under programme assistance (51010). 998
99820 Promotion of development awareness (non-sector allocable) Spending in donor country for heightened awareness/interest in development co-operation (brochures, lectures, special research projects, etc.). 998