USAID Economic Analysis and Data Services
USAID's Economic Analysis and Data Services (EADS) are technical and professional support services to facilitate USAID's access to and analysis of development data and information. EADS also provides the USAID community and the public with quick and easy access to development data and quantitative analytical support. To achieve the dual tasks of economic analysis and data services, EADS is responsible for managing four major databases and five websites.
The EADS team is available to assist you with data and quantitative questions that cannot be answered through the web sites. You may reach them via email.
U.S. Overseas Loans and Grants (Greenbook)
Access the complete record of all foreign assistance provided by the United States to the rest of the world from 1946 to the present. The website is a companion to the annual report to Congress, U.S. Overseas Loans and Grants, Obligations and Loan Authorizations.
Trade Capacity Building (TCB)
Access to the full set of data collected from U.S. government agencies implementing TCB activities. Data on U.S. support for countries increasing their ability to engage in the global marketplace cover fiscal years 1999 through 2012, with narrative descriptions for the activities.
U.S. Official Development Assistance (ODA)
This website provides U.S. Official Development Assistance (ODA) data as defined by the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Development Assistance Committee (DAC).
Economic and Social Database (ESDB)
A continuously updated collection of economic and social data, plus country profiles, that contains over 10,000 data series from over 100 sources in one location.
Microenterprise Results Reporting (MRR) Portal
Access to the complete record of data collected from USAID missions and bureaus implementing microenterprise and microfinance activities. Data cover funding levels, activity results and activity descriptions from fiscal year 2011 to 2013.