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"We have set an expiration date for extreme poverty."

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Development executives based in Asia are the most optimistic about the future of development.

Development executives based in Asia are the most optimistic on the future of development Infographic

Percentages represent levels of optimism in the regions where executive positions are based.

Executives who think the industry will transform picked five top drivers of change.

Top drivers of change in the global development industry Infographic

Figures represent the most popular categories of executives' answers to open-ended questions.

Executives believe emerging bilateral aid agencies and corporations will increase their global development funding, while established bilateral aid agency budgets will decrease.

Increase their global development giving Infographic

2012 is used as baseline year for projections. Baseline figures for corporate giving include U.S. corporations only and assume that this remained flat from 2011. Figures are taken from OECD and Hudson Institute.

Two-thirds of development executives think the industry will fundamentally transform over the next decade.

Global Development Infographic

Figures are based on the opinions of surveyed development executives.

NGO and social enterprise executives believe their most important development work is being done at the individual and village level.

NGO and social enterprise executives believe their most important development work is being done at the individual and village level Infographic

Percentages represent the proportion of respondents who answered "with individuals" or "in villages" to the question "Where do you feel you've done your best work?"

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