The Grand Bargain is an agreement made among 18 donor countries and 16 aid organizations to try to get more money into the hands of the people who need it most and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of humanitarian action. To that end, it outlines 51 mutual commitments across nine thematic work streams and one cross cutting commitment. This report from a global think tank, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), provides an annual independent review of progress of The Grand Bargain and explores remaining challenges.

Read the 2018 report.