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Generating disability statistics: Models of disability measurement, history of disability statistics and the Washington Group Questions
This background paper examines how data collection on disability has evolved over the last 200 years, as well as the challenges involved in generating disability statistics, and takes a detailed look at the Washington Group Questions.
Supporting Grand Bargain signatories in meeting commitments to greater transparency
What progress have Grand Bargain signatories made in publishing accurate and timely data, and how does it inform humanitarian decision-making?
DFID’s aid spending for nutrition: 2018
As part of continuing efforts to track and better understand donor financing for nutrition, this report analyses the UK’s Department for International Development’s (DFID's) official development assistance (ODA) spending on nutrition-related projects.
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?
Measuring the state of civil registration and legal identity
In this paper we propose an efficient new system to monitor digital civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) and legal identity systems.
Harmonising registration and identification in emergencies in Somalia
In this report we look at cash transfer programmes in Somalia and how data systems could be harmonised to better support them.
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.
Filling the gaps in current global poverty data estimates
This paper explores new methodologies for producing global poverty data estimates for places where there are gaps in the World Bank’s PovcalNet database.
How the P20 are doing in Benin
The P20 Initiative is an effort to better understand the data on people who are at risk of being left behind so that action can be taken, and policies and resources can be better targeted to ensure that they are included in progress