This report, the latest in a series, was prepared by analysing information from a database of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Donor Support for Reproductive Health Commodities and Logistics. The database contains country-specific information reported by donors on the type, quantity and total cost of contraceptives they provided to reproductive health programmes in developing countries during 2000. The information for this report was collected in 2001. The series of reports is being used for contraceptive supply planning, advocacy and resource mobilization, as is evident by citations of the UNFPA database in several publications in 2000. As in earlier years, the database is especially useful to illustrate commodity shortfalls and changes in funding by donor and country.