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20 April 2018

Aid spending by DAC donors in 2017

Analysis based on preliminary 2017 official development assistance (ODA) data released by the OECD Development Assistance Committee in April 2018.

19 June 2018

Direct funding to local and national responders shows slow progress

Development Initiatives’ Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2018 provides an indication of trends in direct funding to local and national responders.

19 June 2018

Global humanitarian assistance report 2018

11 July 2018

Countries being left behind

This report considers a range of models for evaluating poverty and fragility, using them to identify the countries being left behind.

10 October 2018

Understanding illicit financing flows in a development financing context

It's clear that developing countries suffer from illicit financing flows - but what are they, and how can they be tackled with international cooperation?

11 October 2018

Investments to end poverty 2018

The report explores how development finance is responding to the demands set by the Sustainable Development Goals and what changes and action are needed to ensure their aspirations become reality for all.

7 February 2019

Underfunded appeals: Understanding the consequences, improving the system

Examining the consequences of underfunding and how appeals requirements are out-pacing funding despite major increases in humanitarian assistance.

7 May 2019

What do emerging trends in development finance mean for crisis actors?

DI's webinar ‘What do emerging trends in development finance mean for crisis actors?’ gives crisis actors key information on development finance to better understand what it means for them.

10 June 2019

DFID’s aid spending for nutrition: 2017

Development Initiatives details aid investments to improve nutrition by the UK’s Department for International Development.