- Humanitarian aid,
- Health and Population,
- Economic infrastructure and services,
- programs assistance,
- multisector or cross cutting issues,
- other social sectors,
- Net ODA flow to the country as a percentage of GDP is declining,
- The development finance required is tremendous as compared to ODA flow,
- The country's GDP is growing and transitioning, hopefully, to middle income category by 2025 , where private sector takes more role as depicted by the client income spectrum,
So, for Ethiopia to sustain the decade old economic growth, it needs to develop proper mix of public, private, and other development finances. One way to do that is to refocus the ODA finance available towards private sector growth. ODA could be applied to build capacity to mobilize other resources or as risk mitigating means so that the private sector makes investment decision with ease.
That way, Ethiopia's aspiration of becoming a middle income country by 2025 would be met.