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Discussion paper
26 May 2015

Using public finance data to monitor sub-national resource allocation in Kenya

This profile is part of a series looking at how data is being accessed and used in developing countries. John’s demand for data and information “Big decisi

Discussion paper
22 May 2015

Tanzania refugee crisis

On 21 May 2015 we responded to a funding alert in response to the Burundian refugee crisis in Tanzania. The announcement of Burundian President Pierre Nkur
Report
21 May 2015

Getting poverty to zero: financing for social protection in least developed countries

Identifying the critical financing gaps that need coordinated international action is a high priority in the run up to the Third International Conference o

Report
14 May 2015

Humanitarian assistance from non-state donors: Latest trends

Humanitarian needs around the world continue to increase but traditional funding from governments and institutional donors is not keeping pace. As part of
Briefing
13 May 2015

Public calls for better data in Nepal

Briefing
13 May 2015

Targeting aid to reach the poorest people: LDC aid trends and targets

Overview ‘Least developed countries’  (LDCs) is a group of currently 48 countries recognised by the UN. Their status is based on a combination of low incom

Discussion paper
13 May 2015

Nepal earthquake update

The Nepali government declared a state of emergency in areas affected by the devastating earthquake that struck on 25 April 2015.

Discussion paper
8 May 2015

Nepal earthquake

The Nepali government declared a state of emergency in areas affected by the devastating earthquake that struck on 25 April 2015. The most recent UN Reside
Discussion paper
5 May 2015

Data Revolution: testing ideas at the national level in Kenya

The Africa Data Consensus has been warmly received by commentators as setting out an “incredibly clear, concise, and politically viable summary of the purpose and needs of