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Recovery and Resilience Scoreboard

Chart representing the total available RRF funds

Total available RRF funds

What is it?

The Recovery and Resilience Scoreboard gives an overview of how the implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) and the national recovery and resilience plans is progressing. The RRF entered into force in February 2021 to mitigate the economic and social impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. It is the cornerstone of NextGenerationEU, an unprecedented EU recovery instrument to help repair the immediate economic and social damage of the coronavirus pandemic, and will disburse up to € 723.8 billion (in current prices) in grants and loans to EU Member States.

Member States will use the funds provided by the RRF to implement ambitious reforms and investments to make their economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and prepared for the green and digital transitions. Explore the Scoreboard to discover the progress of your Member States or the EU as a whole. To find out more about the RRF, please visit the dedicated website.

RRF funds allocation per country
Please note that GDP information are based on 2021 data.

This map displays the funding allocated to each endorsed recovery and resilience plan (RRP) to this date and what this represents as a share of each Member State’s GDP (yellow pie charts). For those Member States whose RRPs have not yet been endorsed, the amount displayed is the maximum allocation in grants according to the RRF Regulation.

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Contribution to climate and digital objectives

To accelerate the green and digital transitions, each Member State must dedicate at least 37% of the expenditures of its recovery and resilience plan (RRP) to measures contributing to climate objectives and at least 20% of the expenditure to digital objectives. The reforms and investments proposed by Member States have exceeded these targets: for the RRF as a whole, estimated climate expenditure amounts to about 40% and digital expenditure to about 26%.

Share of RRPs estimated expenditure towards climate and digital objectives Download

Chart representing the share of RRPs estimated expenditure towards climate and digital objectives

The RRPs had to specify and justify to what extent each measure contributes fully (100%), partly (40%) or has no impact (0%) on the climate and/or digital objectives. The contributions to climate and digital objectives have been calculated using Annexes VI and VII of the RRF Regulation, respectively. Combining the coefficients with the cost estimates of each measure allows calculating to what degree the plans contribute to the climate and digital targets.

Commitments to the six policy pillars

The RRF Regulation sets out six policy areas of European relevance structured in six pillars. The Recovery and Resilience Scoreboard displays the impact of the RRF on these six policy pillars:

Share of RRF funds* contributing to each policy pillar Download

Chart representing share of RRPs estimated expenditure per policy pillar

Each measure contributes towards two of the six policy pillars, therefore the total contribution to all pillars displayed on this chart amounts to 200% of the RRF funds allocated to Member States. The percentages shown for the contribution to the green transition and digital transformation pillars are different from the percentages shown for the contribution to the climate and digital objectives; the latter are calculated according to a different methodology (detailed in Annexes VI and VII of the RRF Regulation).

*By 30/06/2022, 25 recovery and resilience plans have been endorsed by the Commission and the Council. Data is therefore available for 25/27 Member States and will be updated as more plans are endorsed.

Social commitments

One of the aims of the RRF is to improve social cohesion and mitigate the social impact of the crisis. Member States have included many reforms and investments with social objectives in their recovery and resilience plans. The charts below show the share of social expenditure and the number of reforms and investments in four social categories: employment and skills, education and childcare, health and long-term care, and social policies.

Share of RRF* social expenditure per social category Download

Chart representing share of RRPs estimated social expenditure per social category

This graph shows the breakdown of estimated social expenditures in all endorsed RRPs. Social categories are defined and applied based on the methodology adopted by the Commission in consultation with the European Parliament and the Member States in the Delegated Regulation 2021/2105.

*By 30/06/2022, 25 recovery and resilience plans have been endorsed by the Commission and the Council. Data is therefore available for 25/27 Member States and will be updated as more plans are endorsed.

Investments and reforms per social category Download

Chart representing investments and reforms per social category

This graph displays the number of measures (reforms and investments) included in the endorsed recovery and resilience plans that contribute to each social category. Social categories are defined and applied based on the methodology adopted by the Commission in consultation with the European Parliament and the Member States in the Delegated Regulation 2021/2105.

Support to gender equality and to children & youth  

Recovery and resilience plans also aim to support gender equality as well as measures for children and youth. The Commission has identified measures with a focus either on children and youth or on gender equality in the endorsed plans. In total so far, Member States have put forward 397 measures with a focus on supporting children and youth and 129 measures with a focus on gender equality.

Share of RRP* measures with a focus on gender equality and on children & youth Download

Chart representing share of RRP measures supporting gender equality and children & youth

Figures are illustrative, meant to be used for qualitative analysis, and do not constitute a comparative assessment of Member States’ RRPs. The number and structure of the measures in each national plan vary greatly, as well as the approach to reflect commitments to gender equality or contributions to children and the youth. For a more detailed analysis, please refer to the Staff Working Documents adopted by the European Commission for each endorsed plan.

*By 30/06/2022, 25 recovery and resilience plans have been endorsed by the Commission and the Council. Data is therefore available for 25/27 Member States and will be updated as more plans are endorsed.

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