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What do we learn from studies on aid allocation to the health sector?
Top findings ODA to health (including both general health, population policies/programmes and reproductive health) more than doubled in real terms between
Beneficiary feedback in donor programme design, development and evaluation: Uganda and Kenya
Beneficiary feedback provides an opportunity for the beneficiaries to have a say about the services, projects and initiatives provided to them. Such feedba
Displacement crisis, Chad
On 30 June 2016 we responded a funding alert for Niger, raised in response to displacement of people from the Central African Republic to the south of Chad
Household surveys: do competing standards serve country needs?
Our research finds that two-thirds of questions in the 2 most widely used household surveys are either identical or similar enough to be practically comparable.
Towards pro-poor budgeting: analysis of Kenya's 2016/17 budget
‘Pro-poor’ budgeting refers, on the expenditure side, to increasing allocation to basic social and economic sectors that directly reach the poorest people,
Yellow fever, the Democratic Republic of the Congo
On 23 June 2016 we responded to a funding alert raised due to an outbreak of yellow fever, affecting the provinces of Kinshasa, Kongo Central and Kwango in
The Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2016
Boko Haram attacks in Diffa, Niger
On 16 June 2016 we responded a funding alert for Niger, raised in response to insecurity related to Boko Haram activities in the region of Diffa. From 19 M
Better information for a better response: The basics of humanitarian transparency
The World Humanitarian Summit provides an unprecedented opportunity to generate political momentum on the issue of transparency. We have witnessed strong c