sustainable development goals

ODA for domestic resource mobilisation is on track to meet commitments, but is this enough?

Resources

The Addis Ababa Action Agenda and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 17 brought to prominence the role of domestic public resources in financing development. International support was identified as key to promote increased domestic revenue mobilisation (DRM) in efficient, effective and equitable ways. The Addis Tax Initiative (ATI) and the Platform for Collaboration on Tax (PCT) […]


Global Nutrition Report highlights need for critical change in response to malnutrition

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With almost every country in the world facing a serious nutrition-related challenge, whether from undernutrition or obesity, the report authors call for a critical change in the global response to malnutrition in all its forms and action throughout the goals to tackle the many causes of malnutrition. The report finds that 88% of the 140 […]


UN World Data Forum in Cape Town, South Africa

Data use

Main plenary Counting People to Make People Count: The need for better data to ensure that no one is left behind Date: 17 January 2017 Time: 13:30–15:00 (SAST) DI involvement: DI is hosting the plenary along with UNICEF. Judith Randel will moderate and Tony German will be on the panel About: The main plenary on […]


Data revolution needs to deliver for world’s poorest

Data use

t’s clear that measuring progress against the Sustainable Development Goals will require a huge amount of data and that collecting these data will require a significant amount of effort. But should this be the top priority in the data revolution? In countries where statistical capacity and resources are scant, trade-offs between the need to report […]


P20: Health

Poverty

Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals have brought us a global commitment to end extreme poverty and ensure no one is left behind. For this ambition to be met, we need to know who the poorest people in the world are, understand their lives, and ensure they are included in progress. The P20 Initiative is […]


The P20: methods for tracking the status of people in the poorest 20%

Poverty

Agenda 2030 is clear in its ambitions—everyone should be included in global progress over the next 15 years. But most discussions of progress focus on aggregated economic numbers such as gross domestic product (GDP) growth, not on the status of people. Even key measures about people such as GDP per capita are aggregated to the […]


P20: Gender and identity

Poverty

Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals have brought us a global commitment to end extreme poverty and ensure no one is left behind. For this ambition to be met, we need to know who the poorest people in the world are, understand their lives, and ensure they are included in progress. The P20 Initiative is […]