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How the P20 are doing in your country
Explore data on the poorest 20% (P20) in your country and how they compare to the rest of the population across key indicators such as income and education.
Data use: An overview of conceptual and practical approaches
We have explored conceptual and practical approaches to data use through desk research and contextualised them using DI’s data use framework.
Progress report 1: Supporting Grand Bargain signatories in meeting commitments to greater transparency
Progress by Grand Bargain organisations in publishing open data on their humanitarian financing and providing useful and usable data on their activities.
Aid data needs and use cases in Nepal
There is growing demand in Nepal to improve how aid data is collected and shared, to support how SDGs are met and monitored.
Coding the P20 – How we developed and coded the P20 Initiative
This paper discusses the data used in the P20 Initiative, highlighting its origins, what difficulties were encountered, and the methods used to analyse it.
The frontiers of data interoperability for sustainable development
The latest report from the Joined-Up Data Standards project explores progress and challenges towards joining up data across multiple sources and standards.
The Development Data Assessment
DI's Development Data Assessment is a methodology that supports governments to identify quality data for decision-making and policy formulation
The care of children in data: Evidence, gaps and opportunities for change in the SDGs
Children and young people outside their family environment remain virtually invisible in official statistics, leaving governments without vital information.
Key facts on household surveys
An overview of the main international household surveys: what they are, when and where they're carried out, and what some of their data limitations are.