The DAC Survey on Forward Spending Plans is the only regular process that brings together most bilateral and multilateral aid spending plans up to 3 years ahead at the global level. The Survey traces country programmable aid (CPA), a core subset of gross bilateral ODA and multilateral outflows essential for the support of development goals. The 2012 survey was conducted between December 2011 and March 2012, the 2013 Survey was conducted between December 2012 and March 2013 and the 2014 Survey was conducted between January 2014 and March 2014. The 2012 survey covered in total 47 donors, the 2013 Survey 56 donors and the 2014 Survey 60 donors, however only the donors that have agreed to make their forward spending plans publicly available are included in the table. These figures represent donors' future plans of CPA as reported to the OECD-DAC Surveys on Donors' Forward Spending Plans. They are donors’ current indicative planning figures, and do not represent firm commitments, but rather donors’ best estimates of future aid efforts. The figures can include both future spending of already committed, on-going aid projects and programmes, as well as estimates of future total country budget envelopes over the next three years. The total figures presented for each donor should therefore be taken as indicative and not misconstrued as obligations of any sort.