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Latest blog posts
Is tackling global malnutrition still a top priority for the UK?
This detailed report from Development Initiatives looks art whether DFID is meeting its commitments and tackling global malnutrition
The future of humanitarian transparency – assembling the big picture
Anna Petruccelli and Daniel Stevens discuss the Grand Bargain's transparency commitment, and progress toward greater humanitarian transparency.
What people want: building resilience and stability in conflict and crises
DFID’s Matthew Wyatt and Barbara Lecq talk about efforts to make our development, humanitarian and peacebuilding investments coherent
Where we are and where we need to be on financing for development
DI's Amy Dodd explores how addressing issues with financing for development could set us on the path towards achieving Agenda 2030.
Building greater coherence across development, crisis and peace sectors
This blog sets out the agenda for DI’s webinar series on crisis and development financing
The next step for Grand Bargain transparency – from data publication to data use
DI's Angus Urquhart and Senior Consultant Lisa Walmsley analyse signatories' progress against the Grand Bargain transparency commitment.
UN appeals: What does underfunding really mean?
UN-coordinated appeals produce the largest combined global request for funding. But the size of that request is out-pacing funding contributions.
How can blended financing help the world’s poorest?
Investigating the role that blended financing can play in addressing financing needs in developing countries to help the poorest people.
Development cooperation for improved data
DI Executive Director Harpinder Collacott reflects on some key aspects of the OECD's latest Development Cooperation Report