Whether it’s a policy briefing on how we need to change aid for the post 2015 world, the latest stats and updates on one of the many humanitarian crises faced today, or a full report on what we need to do to eradicate poverty – we hope our new site means you can access and benefit from the wealth of invaluable data, analysis and information produced by our experts at DI.
Please take some time to have a look around and see what’s new. We’d particularly like you to explore the new section ‘Our work’, which pulls together all the work we do on our key topics in one place.
If you have time to give feedback, we would love to hear from you as we continue to test and improve the site over the coming months. Please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also very excited to announce that we will be launching the Development Data Hub in March on this site. This will be the most comprehensive open data platform to date that uses all available and reliable current data on development resource flow such as aid and private financing, along with key poverty indicators including health and education. It takes global, national and increasingly subnational data and allows this to be visualised, compared and downloaded – providing an invaluable resource for all who share our belief that open information and access to data is vital to ending poverty.