Boosted development finance
Global aid rose from $72 billion to $133 billion between 2000 and 2011, and a higher proportion was allocated to poorer countries and people. Absolute levels of domestic investment in health and education have also increased. (Save the Children, 2013)

In 2005, additional funding necessary to meet the MDGs was calculated at $50 billion per year. Through such calculations and related political pressure, the existence of the MDGs appears to have led to an uplift in funding, both from domestic sources and from donors. (StC, 2013)
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Boosted development finance
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