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World Giving Index 2021| CAF  
The CAF World Giving Index 2021 provides insight into the scope and nature of giving around the world.

CAF World Giving Index 2016 | Giving and volunteering around the world 
The 2016 edition of the CAF World Giving Index looks at charitable behaviour round the world. Find out how people donated, gave their time & helped others,

CAF World Giving Index 2014 | Charitable giving around the world 
The 2014 CAF World Giving Index looks at charitable behaviour by 135 countries. Find out how people gave money, donated time and helped a stranger.

Giving to charity around the world | CAF World Giving Index 2011 
This is the second edition of the popular annual 'World Giving Index' report which tracks giving behaviours across 153 countries.

CAF World Giving Index 2015 | Giving and volunteering around the world 
The 2015 edition of the CAF World Giving Index looks at charitable behaviour across the world. Find out how people gave money and time and helped others.

Charitable giving around the world | CAF World Giving Index 2010 
The “World Giving Index” is the first report of its kind looking at charitable behaviour across the world.

Volunteering Time | World Giving Index 2014 | CAF 
Volunteering time has seen an increase in the rate of participation to a five year high, so that now a billion people give up their time to help others.

World Giving Index shows Africa is exception in a less generous world 
While there's has been a decrease in generosity since our last Index, Africa has bucked this trend as the only continent to see an increase in giving.

CAF World Giving Index 10th Edition| Ten years of giving trends 
The CAF World Giving Index 10th Edition report provides a decade’s worth of combined insight into the scope and nature of giving around the world.

CAF World Giving Index 2017 | A global view of giving trends | CAF 
In the 8th edition of the CAF World Giving Index, we’ve collected data from 139 countries, which represents an incredible 95% of the world’s population.