This paper examines whether Official Development Assistance (ODA) is disproportionately allocated to countries that need to make the most progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). We expect MDG-sensitive distribution of foreign aid - or a good donor-recipient match - to be guided by the principles of the Global Partnership for Development. When we apply the MDG-sensitivity criteria for aid allocation, the results indicate that ODA allocation since the Millennium Declaration has become more MDG-sensitive - ODA is given to countries that need it most. While such trends in aid disbursements are commendable, total aid flows, however, fall short of promised levels. Data -- Measuring aid allocation -- Methodology -- Correlation analysis -- Graphical analysis -- Concentration curves -- The results : The MDG score index and flows -- Correlation analysis -- Graphical analysis -- Aid concentration -- Conclusion -- Appendix A. MDG goals, targets and indicators -- Appendix B. MDG score indexes -- Appendix C. Pearson pairwise correlation of aid allocation and MDG score index.