Ukraine Support Tracker Data
This database lists and quantifies military, financial and humanitarian aid transferred by governments to Ukraine since the end of diplomatic relations between Russia and Ukraine on January 24, 2022. It will be updated regularly. We focus on commitments from Western governments, namely by G7 and European Union member countries. We quantify government-to-government commitments, and provide preliminary (non-exhaustive) data on non-bilateral aid. To value in-kind support like military equipment or weapons, we use market prices and consider upper bounds to avoid underestimating the true extent of bilateral assistance.
We focus on bilateral donors. The largest group are the 27 EU member countries. Besides, we include the (remaining) G7 countries plus Australia, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland, and Turkey. Moreover, we include assistance provided by the EU in the core database under EU (Commission and Council), European Peace Facility, European Investment Bank.