What are the ongoing impacts of the pandemic on development finance?
We provide data and projections for Covid-19's continuing impacts on both domestic and international financing flows to countries with high levels of poverty
The data side of leaving no one behind
In this paper we look at lessons learned from data landscaping at the national level, and examine how it can be used to inform decisions about poverty eradication and ensure no one is left behind.
Reversing the trends that leave LDCs behind: How ODA can be targeted to the needs of people living in greatest poverty post-pandemic
This report looks at how trends leaving least developed countries behind can be reversed, and examines how official development assistance can be targeted to meet the needs of the poorest people.
Kenya’s increasing use of loans from international financial institutions
This briefing presents in-depth analysis of the loans advanced to Kenya between 2018 and 2021 by international finance institutions and the purpose of this financing.
Analysis of aid flows to Uganda before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Uganda before and during Covid-19.
Analysis of aid flows to Kenya before and during Covid-19
This briefing analyses aid flows from key donors to Kenya before and during Covid-19.
Targeting Covid-19 relief in Uganda: The role of data, statistics and evidence
In this webinar a range of speakers discuss the role of data in targeting social safety nets in Uganda, an issue that is coming strongly to the fore with the impacts of Covid-19 on Uganda's poorest communities.
Domestic financial flows in Uganda before and during Covid-19
This briefing tracks domestic revenue and spending to key pro-poor sectors in Uganda before and during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Improving the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data
DI explores how the visibility of local and national actors in humanitarian aid data can be improved. Read about the pilot project to combine Somalian IATI and 3W data.