The challenges of data on the financing response to Covid-19
This paper, examining the challenges of using financing data sources, launches our series on matching resources to needs in the global Covid-19 response.
Coronavirus in Uganda: Current and future impacts
This podcast explores the Ugandan government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, the impact on citizens and the future prospects for the country.
Status of disability in Kenya: Statistics from the 2019 census
Accurate census figures can support inclusion of people with disabilities, but what do the figures tell us about disability in Kenya, and how accurate are they?
The P20 in Benin: From consultation to consensus
This report presents current trends among the poorest 20% of people (P20) in Benin and provides recommendations for delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pledge to leave no one behind.
Why do coronavirus-related poverty projections vary so widely?
This podcast explores why the differences in coronavirus poverty projections exist, focusing on three models that are making headlines at the moment.
DI's Progress report 2019
Our 2019 progress report summarises the action we have taken in the last year to deliver our mission and vision, and the impact we are having.
Coronavirus and aid data: What the latest DAC data tells us
How might the coronavirus pandemic impact aid spending? DI presents analysis of preliminary ODA (aid) data for 2019. Our briefing shows how much was given and in what form.
The cost of achieving SDG 3 and SDG 4: How complete are financing estimates for the health and education goals?
We need to re-examine current financing estimates for achieving the SDGs if we are to leave no one behind. This background paper focuses on SDG 3 and SDG 4 – the health and education goals.
Digital civil registration and legal identity systems: A joined-up approach to leave no one behind
An overview of trends in civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS). To deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), how can we ensure everyone is counted?