A significant change in trajectory is needed for many countries to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals, finds new research
Many of the world’s poorest countries need a significant change in their poverty reduction trajectory to see an end to extreme poverty by 2030 according to the report Investments to End Poverty published today by the international development organisation, Development Initiatives.
Bristol-based international development organisation enters landmark three-year partnership with the Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Korea
Development Initiatives (DI) is entering into a landmark partnership arrangement with the Government of the Republic of Korea (South Korea). The partnership is kicked off with a major global conference in Seoul in November 2015 to bring global actors together to take stock of the implementation of the Busan Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation.
Development Initiatives appoints Martin Horwood as new Director of Engagement and Impact
Development Initiatives (DI) is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Horwood, former UK Member of Parliament for Cheltenham, as its new Director of Engagement and Impact.
Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund launch new project to make data easier to compare and use
Development Initiatives and Publish What You Fund today launched a new joint project aimed at improving the way that data can be shared and used.
New research finds Middle East donors have risen in prominence in humanitarian financing efforts as Iraq and Syria push crisis levels to new high
The Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA) programme of Development Initiatives has today published research showing that international humanitarian assistance has risen to a record US$24.5 billion in 2014.
Severe underfunding and inadequate coverage of social protection in LDCs could pose a threat to the goal of ending poverty by 2030, finds new research
A report published today by the research organisation Development Initiatives shows the world’s least developed countries (LDCs) face an 88 per cent external finance gap to achieve the scale of social protection coverage needed to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030.
Private donations fund a quarter of the world’s humanitarian assistance, and have a unique role to play alongside government funds, finds new research
Private humanitarian assistance has reached $5.4 billion according to the latest data – a quarter of total international humanitarian response, reveals a new study published today by the Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA) programme of Development Initiatives.