This survey studies how people around the world perceive different kinds of international development activities. Development finance, sometimes called foreign aid, comes in the form of projects, money, goods or services that a donor government gives to less developed countries so they can pursue various development goals. Development finance is an important policy issue: whether or not citizens in donor and recipient countries support foreign aid, nearly half of the countries in the world are indeed aid donors. This study involves answering a series of survey questions and reading a short blurb about a recent development project. By participating you will contribute to scientific understanding about international development and public opinion. You will also learn about a recent international development project financed by your national government. This study should take about 10 minutes to complete.